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ENGLISH IV Vocabulary #1
Banal Commonplace; trite; stale from overuse
Bellicose Quarrelsome; hostile; inclined to fighting
Finesse Delicate skill; subtlety; to bring about with skill; to evade
Glib Done in a smooth, offhand manner; easily spoken; speaking too smoothly to be sincere
Lampoon Strong satirical writing; to ridicule or satirize
Lugubrious Sad or mournful, often to an exaggerated degree; doleful
Nefarious Villainous; infamous; having a bad reputation
Nemesis An avenger; an unbeatable rival; a person who punishes another for evil deeds
Pseudonym A fictitious name assumed by an author; a pen name.
Purloin To steal
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