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Homework Help: English- VOCAB. for Great Expectations

Posted by anonymous on Sunday, November 4, 2007 at 12:41pm.

What do these mean?
manifest, blithe, gait, felicious, malice, interlocutor, pervade, dejected, assail, obtrusive, exonerate, tacit, extricate, diconcerted, ascertain, vicarious, trenchant, execrate, cogent, miscreant, acquiesce, affable, propitiate, traverse, ignominious, obstinate, divulge, discursive, abject, mottled, countenance, constable, indicative, pilfer, rimy, indiscriminate, amiable, haughty, peruse, averse, divine, pernicious, imbue, impetuous, supercilious, ponderous, inefficacy, morose, descry, insolent, intimate, capricious, derision, corroborate, obseqious, ruminate, tremulous, melancholy, elixir, prodigious, apparition, purblind, unconscionable, engender, capacious, detriment, abhorrent, maudlin, cravat, sagacious

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