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Vocabulary Awesome words used in Gatsby that you can use in your own writing!
Coherence - clarity, natural connection Martin’s moment of coherence came after he realized he could squeeze into the birdfeeder and reach the sunflower seeds.
Deft - skillful With deft paws, Bandit worked on his rodeo skills.
Turbulent – disturbed; in commotion The deer took out their frustration with the gas guzzling SUV’s in a turbulent manner.
Unobtrusively – not noticeable, without getting in the way Daphne unobtrusively tried to blend in with the reptile exhibit.
Pessimist – negative thinker Louis was a pessimist and kept all the happiness out of the habitat.
Ambiguously-capable of being understood in more than one way The movie did not end ambiguously; we knew that Wendy and her brothers would not forget their adventure with Peter Pan.
Deferred - postponed Alice’s return home was deferred by a tea party with the Hatter and the Hare.
Obscure – vague; not easily seen The tiny dragonfly was obscured by the large gorilla.
Oculist - optometrist The oculist advertised on a large billboard.
Strident – harsh and insistent Mittens was strident in his reviews of the movie, The Great Mouse Detective.
Florid – ruddy, rosy Karl was sad that his hat was hot pink and not a florid hue.
Ascertain - determine Farmer Jon was able to ascertain that the his chickens were having a rough week.
Malevolence – ill will The evil cat’s eyes gleamed with malevolence.
Poignant – moving; emotionally affecting The poignant scene of the holiday brought back my childhood memories.
Vehemently – powerfully; passionately Batman vehemently corrects grammar.
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