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A Seperate Peace 7-8

vocab for the book a seperate peace chapters 7 and 8

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gabardine a smooth, durable twill-woven cloth, typically of worsted or cotton
fratricide the killing of ones brother or sister
contretemps an unexpected and unfortunate occurrence
dexterity skill in preforming tasks especially with the hands
virtuoso smart in arts or science
sanctity the state or quality of being holy, sacred, r saintly
bequest a legacy
opulent ostentatiously rich and luxurious or lavish
reticent quiet/reserved
sentinel a solider or guard whose job is to stand and keep watch
aphorisms a pithy observation that contains a general truth; brief saying
sententiousness given to moralizing in an affected manner; judgment
gullible easily persuaded to believe something
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