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Inconsequence: -adjective

Languid. Adjective; 1. Drooping or flagging from or as if from exhaustionAdjective; 2. Sluggish in character or in dispositionAdjective; 3. Lacking force or quickness in movementAfter being shot, the victim languidly trudged onward to his home in seek of rest.. Privy. adj. 1. Made a participant in knowledge of something private or secret: was privy to classified information.2. Belonging or proper to a person, such as the British sovereign, in a private rather than official capacity.3. Secr9452

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Inconsequence: -adjective

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    1. Inconsequence: -adjective -characterized by lack of proper sequence in thought, speech, or action. Example: The two girls talked inconsequently as they discussed their first dates.

    3. Privy adj. 1. Made a participant in knowledge of something private or secret: was privy to classified information. 2. Belonging or proper to a person, such as the British sovereign, in a private rather than official capacity. 3. Secret; concealed

    4. Reproach Noun; blame or censure displayed in disapproval He reproached the boy for his selfishness.

    5. Supercilious Definition- coolly and patronizingly haughty P.O.S.-Adjective Ex- The mans supercilious expression proved he thought he was better than his neighbor.

    6. Temperament (Noun) a combination of mental, physical and emotional traits of a person; natural predisposition. The girls appalling temperament caused her to get in trouble.

    7. Countenance (Noun) somebody's face, or the expression on it; composure or self-control The mans countenance gave away his thoughts.

    8. Abortive Adjective failing to succeed The young girl is abortive in English class because she didnt understand the material.

    9. Imperceptible Adjective - very slight, gradual, or subtle My mom told me that she was renovating the bathroom, but the changes were imperceptible.

    10. Teutonic Definition: of or pertaining to the ancient Teutons. Part of Speech: Adjective I participated in that delayed Teutonic migration known as the Great War. -Nick, The Great Gatsby

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