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Flowers for Algernon: Vocabulary
Adroit Skillful; adept
begrudge To envy a possession or one’s enjoyment
blunder To make a mistake as a result of stupidity or carelessness
Coalesce To merge, to fuse
Contaminant Something that pollutes
Crumple To wrinkle or rumple
Cynical Exhibiting mocking disbelief
Degeneration A state of decline
Deleterious Harmful; dangerous
Dilettante An aimless and superficial follower of the arts
Docile Easily managed; obedient
Euphemism Substitution of an inoffensive term
Humility Being humble in spirit
Juxtaposed To place close together
Labrinth Like a maze
Obscure Difficult to see
Paradoxical Something that appears false but is actually correct
Patronizing Having a condescending attitude
Platitude Trite remark
Pompous Exaggerated show of self importance
Potent Having a strong effect
Purse To pucker or tighten one’s lips
Quack Fake doctor
Repress To restrain
Scurry To hurry about
Trivial Insignificant matters
Usurp To take possession without right
Vacuous Lacking content
Waver To show indecision
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