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Make a paragraph out of these 10 words in context. Due tomorrow.

Vociferous (adj)

Deride (v)

Empathy (n)

Apathetic (adj)

Fidelity (n)

Omniscient (adj)

Detract (v)

Indefinite (adj)

Audiophile (n)

Theology (n)

I can't do this because I am writing a response to literature essay on Animal Farm which is a really big pain. I would really appreciate someone doing this. THANK YOU!

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  1. Hmm.. Why aren't all the words posting?

    Make a paragraph out of these 10 words in context. Due tomorrow.

    Vociferous (adj)

    Deride (v)

    Empathy (n)

    Apathetic (adj)

    Fidelity (n)

    Omniscient (adj)

    Detract (v)

    Indefinite (adj)

    Audiophile (n)

    Theology (n)

    I can't do this because I am writing a response to literature essay on Animal Farm which is a really big pain. I would really appreciate someone doing this. THANK YOU!

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  2. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. If you are trying to "cut and paste" it rarely works. You have to type each word out individually. Then close Jiskha and come back to actually SEE what did post.

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