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Vocab Quiz 9. Supercilious. Synonym: arrogant, haughty, conceited, disdainful, overbearing, pompous, and condescending. Verisimilitude. Synonyms: believability, plausibility, authenticity, credibility, lifelikeness. Loquacious.

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supercilious
Supercilious

Synonym: arrogant, haughty, conceited, disdainful, overbearing, pompous, and condescending

verisimilitude
Verisimilitude

Synonyms: believability, plausibility, authenticity, credibility, lifelikeness

loquacious
Loquacious

Synonyms: talkative, voluble, communicative, expansive, unreserved, chatty

circumlocution
Circumlocution

Synonyms: long-windedness, verbosity, wordiness, repetitiveness

conducive
Conducive

Synonyms: beneficial to, advantageous to, opportune to, propitious to, encouraging to, promising to, convenient for

soliloquy
Soliloquy

Synonyms: monologue, speech, address, and oration

quotidian
Quotidian

Synonyms: standard, average, day-to-day, ordinary, common

burlesque
Burlesque

Synonyms: parody, spoof, mockery

lexicon
Lexicon

Synonyms: dictionary, inventory, repertoire

recapitulate
Recapitulate

Synonyms: summarize, sum up; restate, repeat, reiterate, go over, review

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