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Unit 2 colleage boun

vocab unit 2

Perfect happiness Bliss
Very Happy Blissful
Merry; Joyous Blithe
Keep afloat: raise spirits of Buoy
Cheerful able to float Buoyant
Self-Satisfaction; smugness complacency
too pleased with ones self complacent
fond of eating and drinking with friends convivial
Sociablilty conviviality
very pleasing delightful delectable
state of overwhelming joy ecstasy
in ecstasy enraptured ecstatic
in high spirits elated
state of being elated; euphoria elation
play and run about happily have fun ROMP frolic
full of merriment;playful frolicsome
characterized by festivities gala
merry; cheerful jocund
showing great joy; rejoicing;exultant jubilant
rejoicing exulation jubiliation
ascetic shunning pleasures;self denying
ascetic person who shuns pleasures and lives simpily
chagrin embarrasment morttificatio disapointment
chagrined ashamed;mortified
compunction regret;remorse; misgiving;qualm
contrite showing deep regret and sorrow for wrong doing
contriton repentamce
dejected sad;low in spirits;deppressed
dejection lowness of spirits; sadness; depression
disconsolate cheerless;inconsolable
disgruntled in bad humor displeased; discontented
doleful causing greif or sadness
glum moody;gloomy;dour
mourn;deplore lament
pitable;rueful lamentable
weakly sentimental and tearful maudlin
1.homesickness 2. yearing for the past nostalgia
nostalgic homesick
arousing pity pathetic
quality in events or in art (lititure music) tha arouse pity pathos
thoughtful in a sad way pensive
unfortunate state; predicament plight
painfully touching; piercing poignant
resentfully silent; glum;morose;gloomy sullen
anguish;pangs throes
suffering ;distress tribulation
Created by: osousa121294



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