Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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aplomb great self-confidence, composure, or poise.
augury the art or practice or an instance of predicting the future or obtaining hidden knowledge by interpreting omens.
condign well-deserved or fitting, especially of punishment or reprimand.
demotic of or relating to the common people; popular.
disingenuous not candid or sincere.
Úlan enthusiasm or vigor.
euphoria a strong feeling of well-being or elation, sometimes unrealistic or unwarranted, and able to be induced by certain drugs.
feckless weak or incompetent; ineffective.
fungible interchangeable.
harbinger someone or something that signals or foreshadows a later arrival or occurrence; herald; forerunner.
heinous extremely wicked or despicable; atrocious.
modus operandi a method of accomplishing something; way of working.
nonplus to cause (someone) to be unable to think of what to say, do, or decide; perplex; bewilder.
obscurantism a deliberate lack of clarity or directness of expression, as in certain styles of art or literature.
trabeated using horizontal beams or lintels as supports instead of arches.