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Grouop #3

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surly a grumpy attitude
bruseque to speak bluntly/ and or rudely
hamper to make it difficult for s/s to do something
stymied to face a difficult problem with no solution
perplexed to be confused or uncertain
elaborate to add more explanation/detail
inevitable that which will happen
scoff an expression of contempt
inflict to cause something negative
seething an expression of quiet, intense anger
contemptible lacking in worth or respect
tedious that which is long, tiring and boring
redundant unnecessarily repetitive
pathetic so poor as to be pitied
ludicrous so foolish it's funny
futile a wasted effort
insipid too simple
obsolete no longer usful; out of date
ir/relevant does not apply/applies to the subject
loathe an intense hatred
Touché spoken after a better comeback
Forte something you are good at
Mea culpa to publicly admit your mistake
Passé no longer in style
Cliché an overused expression or situation
Created by: hamiltonj