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adage a traditional saying expressing a common observation (saying or proverb)
ecstatic feeling rapturous(full of joy and delight)
proverb a saying referring to a common fact
precursor a person or thing that precedes (in a job, method, etc); predecessor
capacitor a device for accumulating and holding a charge of electricity
repercussion a consequence or result of some event or action
impugned cast doubt upon; to challenge as false
arbitrate to choose someone to settle disputes
regimen a system of diet, exercise and a manner of living
contemporaries belonging to the same time
informants a person who supplies knowledge
spawned to produce or give birth to
inclination disposition or bent; liking or preference
slope to have a tilt or a slant; having an incline
satirical characterized by the use of irony or sarcasm
chum a companion or a roommate
invariably without change
intrinsic an inborn quality
aesthetic having a sense of the beautiful
futility ineffectiveness; uselessness
integrated to combine separate elements to make a whole
shingled a thin piece used in courses to cover a roof (like to put an overcoat)
absurd obviously senseless
plight a condition, state, or situation, esp. unfortunate ones
gurus teachers
decree a formal and authoritative order, having force of law
giddy dizzy; impulsive; silly
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