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agenda a list of things to do
banal lacking originality
conflagration a disastrous or uncontrolled fire
enveloped enclosed completely
epiphany a sudden clarity or insight
exult to express extreme joy
harbinger 1.(noun) an omen, a sign of future events 2.(verb) fortell
incredulity disbelief
jejune boring, unintersting
morose glommy or depressed
mosaic an image composed of many small, colored tiles peices
mudane ordinary, commonplace
pedestrian common, unintresting
penchant a tendency or strong disire
prosaic common, ordinary
raconteur a person who excels at telling stories
respite a brief rest
revelation an astonishing discovery
sojourn a temporary stay
supremacy the state of being the highest or greatest
symmetry an arrangment of balenced or harmmonious proportions
glum Looking or feeling dejected; morose
tendency look at penchant
Created by: elizaq1998