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1.retract 2.obsession 3.photosphere 4.necrosis 5.deviation 6.smelting 7.devoid 8.sociability 9.smelt 10.aesthetic 11.didactic a.the quality or state of.

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1 1.retract 2.obsession 3.photosphere 4.necrosis 5.deviation 6.smelting 7.devoid 8.sociability 9.smelt 10.aesthetic 11.didactic a.the quality or state of being sociable b.pleasing in appearance c.designed or intended to teach d.empty e.small bony fishes f.noticeable or marked departure from accepted norms of behavior g.a sphere of light or radiance h.to draw back i.a persistent disturbing preoccupation with an often unreasonable idea j.localized death of living tissue k.to melt or fuse

2 didactic Pronunciation: \dī- ˈ dak-tik, də-\ Function: adjective Etymology: Greek didaktikos, from didaskein to teach Date: a: designed or intended to teach b: intended to convey instruction and information as well as pleasure and entertainment 2: making moral observations My literature text is a didactic collection of short prose and poetry.

3 aesthetic Pronunciation: es·thet·ic \es- ˈ the-tik, Function: adjective Etymology: German ästhetisch, from New Latin aestheticus, from Greek aisthētikos of sense perception, Date: a: of, relating to, or dealing with aesthetics or the beautifulaesthetics b: artistic c: pleasing in appearance : attractiveartisticattractive

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6 sociability Pronunciation: \ ˌ sō-shə- ˈ bi-lə-tē\ Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural so·cia·bil·i·ties Date: 15th century 1: the quality or state of being sociable; also 2: the act or an instance of being sociablesociable

7 devoid Pronunciation: \di- ˈ vo ̇ id\ Function: adjective Etymology: Middle English, past participle of devoiden to dispel, from Anglo-French *desvoider, from des- dis- + voider to empty — more at void Date: 15th centuryvoid 1: being without a usual, typical, or expected attribute or accompaniment

8 smelt Pronunciation: \ ˈ smelt\ Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural smelts or smelt Etymology: Middle English, from Old English; akin to Norwegian smelte whiting Date: before 12th century 1: any of a family of small bony fishes that closely resemble the trouts in general structure, live along coasts 2: to melt or fuse

9 smelting Function: verb Etymology: Dutch or Low German smelten; akin to Old High German smelzan to melt, Old English meltan — more at meltmelt Date: : to melt or fuse (as ore) often with an accompanying chemical change usually to separate the metal 2 : refine, reducerefinereduce

10 necrosis Pronunciation: \nə- ˈ krō-səs, ne-\ Function: noun Etymology: Late Latin, from Greek nekrōsis, from nekroun to make dead, from nekros dead body Date: : localized death of living tissue

11 photosphere Pronunciation: \ ˈ fō-tə- ˌ sfir\ Function: noun Date: : a sphere of light or radiance 2 : the luminous surface layer of the sun or a star

12 obsession Pronunciation: \äb- ˈ se-shən, əb-\ Function: noun Date: : a persistent disturbing preoccupation with an often unreasonable idea or feeling; 2: compelling motivation

13 retract Pronunciation: \ri- ˈ trakt\ Function: verb Etymology: Middle English, from Latin retractus, past participle of retrahere — more at retreat Date: 15th centuryretreat 1: to draw back or in 2 a: take back, withdraw b: disavow 1: to draw or pull back 2: to recant or disavow somethingtake backwithdrawdisavow

14 deviation Pronunciation: \ ˌ dē-vē- ˈ ā-shən\ Function: noun Date: 15th century 1: noticeable or marked departure from accepted norms of behavior


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