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He was disheartened to learn that he did not make the baseball team. discouraged happy amazed
Markell was a dour boy, who could not find anything to make him happy. Happy, outgoing Gloomy, sullen surprised
The beauty queen sauntered across the stage. strolled played talked
She was impassive about her grades. No expression or emotion angry happy
He was stoic as the doctor set his broken arm. Didnt show pain crying happy
He pivoted and shot a 3 pointer. not the same rotates, turns as if on an axis jumped high in the air
She was enigmatic. mysterious depressed discouraged
Brian had a surly attitude. Happy, joyful Depressed, sad Bad tempered, rude
Mikes reluctance to sit on the bleachers was easy to see from his unhappy expression. mysterious unwillingness discouraged
The teacher had to send the student out of the classroom because of his insolent behavior. rotates, turn as if on an axis boldly disrespectful stroll; walk in an unhurried way
Click on the box next to the vocabulary word you were on. disheartened sauntered dourimpassivestoic pivot enigmatic surly reluctance insolent
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