Presentation on theme: "RAPTURE The state of being transported by a lofty emotion"— Presentation transcript:
1 RAPTURE The state of being transported by a lofty emotion - “listening to sweet music in a perfect rapture” – Charles DickensEmilyCertainDictionary.com
2 RepugnanceHorror, repulsion, revulsion, incompatibility, inconsistencyUsed in a sentence : The smell of rotting flesh though to humans is repugnant to some scavenger type insects it is an attraction.Dictionary.comPicture source:Veronika Matthews
3 Narcissism (nahr-siz-uhm)- self love: an exceptional interest in and admiration for yourself The boy staring in the mirror at himself was full of narcissism.Heather Johnson
4 triumphantly joyful: feeling or expressing great delight over a JUBILANT ju·bi·lant triumphantly joyful: feeling orexpressing great delight over asuccess, achievement, or victoryEx: The Cats were jubilantafter the game.By: Kelli Reece4
5 Vexation Definition: noun annoyance: anger produced by some annoying irritationirritation: the psychological state of being irritated or annoyedconcern: something or someone that causes anxiety; a source of unhappiness; "New York traffic is a constant concern"; "it's a major worry"annoyance: the act of troubling or annoying someoneExample: Jonny’s problems and vexationswere really putting a toll on his everyday life.Kelly Dillonwordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
6 QuizzicalAdjectiveMildly teasing or mocking; expressive of puzzlement, curiosity, or disbelief; comically quaint: a quizzical remark.Used in a sentence:She raised a quizzical eyebrow when she saw what he was wearing.Source: Webster.com and Photo.netAllison Key
7 Contemptuousadj.manifesting, feeling, or expressing deep hatred or disapproval : feeling or showing contemptI don't know that guy, but he just gave me a contemptuous look.Maria Metzger
8 Zeal By: Kori Renick Noun Definition: Passionate ardor in the pursuit of anything; eagerness in favor of a person or cause; ardent and active interest; being engaged; enthusiasm.Used in a sentence:A zeal for liberty is sometimes an eagerness to subvert with little care what shall be establishedSource:
9 AbhorrenceNounA feeling of extreme repugnance or aversion; utter loathing; abominationUsed in sentence:Her abhorrence of cinnamon made her avoid drinking the spiced cider.Source: dictionary.com and thefreedictionary.com
10 Morose (adj.[muh-rohs]) 1.Gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood.2.Characterized or expressing gloom. (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/morose)The emotional trauma from the earthquake was evidenced by the child’s morose countenance.Image courtesy ofChristopher Ellis
11 Turgid -adjective; tur-jid -overemphasized, pompous, excess, swollen By: David ShircliffTurgid-adjective; tur-jid-overemphasized, pompous, excess, swollen-The cow was turgid after having been hit by the car.
12 Vehement [vee-uh-muhnt] adj. characterized by rancor or anger; violent: vehement hostility. marked by great energy or exertion; strenuous: Rancor - bitter, rankling resentment or ill will; hatred; malice. "The vehement actions of the criminal required the SWAT team to use extreme force."Cody Lyles
13 Pronunciation: [sat-er-nahyn] By: Haley FisherPronunciation: [sat-er-nahyn]–adjectiveDefinition: sluggish in temperament; gloomy; taciturn(reluctant to join in conversation; inclined to silence)Sentence: The sky was saturnine as the storm approached.
14 Elegiac 1. Used in, suitable for, or resembling an elegy ― adjective1. Used in, suitable for, or resembling an elegy(Elegy: a sad or mournful musical composition)2. Expressing sorrow or lamentationSynonyms: melancholy, sorrowful, mournful, sad(Dictionary.com)When she saw the remains of her home after the fire, she became unquestionably elegiac.Alana Alexander
15 Sanguine [sang-gwin] Cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident -Dictionary.comMy friend is very sanguine in temperament.Austin Benedict
16 Ribald Adjective rib-uh ld; vulgar or indecent in speech, language, etc.; coarsely mocking, abusive, or irreverent; scurrilous.The congressmen could hardly bear to eat at the same table as the ribald man who flung vulgar terms about casually.Myles King
17 Obsequious Pronunciation: /əbˈsēkwēəs/ Definition: Emily GainesPronunciation:/əbˈsēkwēəs/Definition:Adjective: Obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree.. Ex:They were served by obsequious waiters
18 UPROARIOUS–adjective 1. characterized by or in a state of uproar; tumultuous.2. making an uproar; confused and noisy, as an assembly, person, etc.Uproar: a state of violent and noisy disturbance, as of a multitude; turmoil.The crowd was uproarious after the three tied-up the game for an overtime.Shelby Briggs
19 Cynical Melissa Shirley adj.Believing or showing the belief that people are motivated chiefly by base or selfish concerns; skeptical of the motives of othersA cynical dismissal of the politician's promise to reform the campaign finance system.Sources:http://www.answers.com/topic/cynical
20 Fanciful [fan-si-fuhl] - Alexus Furlong Fanciful (adj) - 1.imaginary: based on imagination or dreams2. led by fancy rather than by reason and experience3.Showing invention or whimsy in design; imaginative."A fanciful pattern with intertwined vines and flowers"Source :20
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