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A Tale of two cities. Vocabulary. Beginning to p.83. 9. Extemporized ( S in British spelling) 10. Trepidation 11. Convivial 12. Cogitated 13. Plaintive 14. Auspicious 15. Deference. 1. Capitulated 2. Adjuration 3. Inexorable 4. Emaciated 5. Stolid 6. Expostulation 7. Implacable

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beginning to p 83
Beginning to p.83
  • 9. Extemporized (S in British spelling)
  • 10. Trepidation
  • 11. Convivial
  • 12. Cogitated
  • 13. Plaintive
  • 14. Auspicious
  • 15. Deference
  • 1. Capitulated
  • 2. Adjuration
  • 3. Inexorable
  • 4. Emaciated
  • 5. Stolid
  • 6. Expostulation
  • 7. Implacable
  • 8. Admonitory
p 83 to p 189
p. 83 to p. 189
  • 9. Contentious
  • 10. Laudable
  • 11. Supplication
  • 12. Acclamation
  • 13. Refractory
  • 14. Ostensible
  • 15. Superciliously
  • 1. Laconic
  • 2. Deprecatory
  • 3. Compunction
  • 4. Languidly
  • 5. Affably
  • 6. Importunity
  • 7. Manifest
  • 8. Self-abnegating
p 189 to p 274
p. 189 to p. 274
  • 9. Craven
  • 10. Dolorous
  • 11. Culminated
  • 12. Staid
  • 13. Propitiate
  • 14. Apocryphal
  • 15. Sequestrian
  • 1. Diffidence
  • 2. Dissolute
  • 3. Pensive
  • 4. Chary
  • 5. Vehement
  • 6. Peremptory
  • 7. Dissimulation
  • 8. Munificent
p 274 to the end
p. 274 to the end
  • 9. Inveteracy
  • 10. Turbulent
  • 11. Emphatic
  • 12. Alacrity
  • 13. Tenacity
  • 14. Insatiate
  • 15. Expiation
  • 1. Avocations
  • 2. Inclement
  • 3. Gregarious
  • 4. Culpability
  • 5. Prevaricate
  • 6. Imperious
  • 7. Prodigious
  • 8. Augment