Vocabulary List 7- “Good Words”
Congenial- (of a person) pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or interests that are similar to one's own, adjective
a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals. “He pushed his way through the throng to get through the concert line”
Summons- noun, A call by an authority to appear, come, or do something. “summoned (verb) to court”
Meditative- Adjective, of, involving, or absorbed in meditation or considered thought. “Think of meditating, “Meditative techniques”
Accord- verb, give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition). “The powers accorded to the Speaker of the House.
Derision- noun, contemptuous ridicule or mockery. “My presentation was greeted with derision and insults.”
Variance- Noun, an amount of difference or change, think of math & Science observations
Repose- transitive verb, to lie at rest, think of Ms. K post surgery
Venerable- adj, old and respected : valued and respected because of old age, long use, etc.
Countenance- a person's expression, noun
Emblem- noun, an object or picture used to suggest a thing that cannot be shown, a person or thing that represents an idea
Oratory- Noun, a place of prayer; especially : a private or institutional chapel
Pathos- an emotion of sympathetic pity, noun
Iniquity- the quality of being unfair or evil, noun
Ostentatious- adjective, displaying wealth, knowledge, etc., in a way that is meant to attract attention, admiration, or envy
Profane- : to treat (a holy place or object) with great disrespect, verb “think of profanity”
Sagacious- adjective, : having or showing an ability to understand difficult ideas and situations and to make good decisions
Imbue- verb, to cause (someone or something) to be deeply affected by a feeling or to have a certain quality
Disposition- the usual attitude or mood of a person or animal, noun...