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VOCABULARY LIGHTNING ROUND “THE YELLOW WALLPAPER”
FELICITY State of Happiness Noun
SCOFF To bring down; laugh at with contempt Verb
ASSURE To guarantee, to promise Verb
CONGENIAL Pleasant, friendly Adjective
OPPOSITION Resistance Noun
HEIR Successor; one who inherits Noun
GALORE A lot of Adjective
FLAMBOYANT Showy, over-the-top Adjective
CONTRADICTION Two things opposite each other; irony Noun
REVOLTING Disgusting, unpleasant,, atrocious Adjective
LURID Gross, grotesque, too graphic Adjective
ATROCIOUS Awful, disgusting, horrible Adjective
HINDER To slow down, prevent, block Verb
WHIM A fanciful idea; spur of the moment desire; impulse Noun
RECURRENT Appearing again and again; repeating Adjective
BULBOUS Bulb-shaped; large and round Adjective
INANIMATE Inactive, not living Adjective
QUERULOUS Whiny, complaining Adjective
IMPRESSIONABLE Easily influenced Adjective
TEMPERAMENT Mood or attitude Noun
INFURIATING Maddening; upsetting Adjective
DECEIT Fraud, dishonesty Noun
FLOURISH To thrive, grow, or prosper Verb
MISCONSTRUE To misinterpret or take things the wrong way Verb
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