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Please help me begin a story with these words.
1.exemplary-- (adj) outstanding, an example to others
2.extenuating-- (adj) excusing, lessening the seriousness of guilt or crime, e.g., of mitigating factors
3.florid-- (adj) red-colored, flushed; gaudy, ornate
4.fortuitous-- (adj) happening by luck, fortunate
5.frugal-- (adj) thrifty, cheap
6.hackneyed-- (adj) cliched, worn out by overuse
7.haughty-- (adj) arrogant and condescending
8.hedonist-- (n) person who pursues pleasure as a goal
9.hypothesis-- (n) assumption, theory requiring proof
10. impetuous-- (adj) rash, impulsive, acting without thinking

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    The florid-nosed hedonist was sick again this morning ...

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