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GREATG

great gatsby chapter 1 and chapter 2 vocab terms

QuestionAnswer
contiguous touching, in contact
facet One of the flat polished surfaces cut on a gemstone or occurring naturally on a crystal.
cower to crouch, as in fear or shame.
interpose to place between, cause to intervene
apathetic feeling or showing little or no emotion
Languid slack or slow, lacking in spirit or interest
imply to indicate or suggest
strident making or having a harsh sound
deft skillful;clever
clad being covered or clothed;outer layers
feign to imitate so as to decieve
supercilious feeling or showing haughty disdain
conscientious honest;controlled by or done according to conscience
incredulous indicAting or showing unbelief.
reciprocal performed, experienced, or felt by both sides.
wan showing unhappiness.
complacent pleased with ones merits, advantages.
intimation to hint.
infinite having no boundaries or limits
anon coming
Created by: orange12