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  • Melodramatic

    Adj. Seeking attencion through drama

    Ominous

    Adj. Given the impression that something bad is going to happen

    Flustered

    Adj. agitated or confused

    Sentimental

    Adj. Feelings of sadness or nostalgia

    Hoarse

    Adj. Having a harsh voice

    Conspicuous

    Adj. Something standing out

    Indignant

    Adj. Feeling angry about your opinion of poor treatment.

    Curt

    Adj. Rudely brief

    Feigned

    Adj. Simulated or pretended

    Instigate

    V. To pressure someone to do an action or event, ussually bad

    Coax

    V. To persuade someone to do something by flattery

    Lather

    N. Foam caused by soap and water, v. To produce foam

    Ineradicable

    Adj. Not able to be removed

    Ceaseless

    Adj. constant or never ending

    Anguish

    N. Severe mental or physical pain

    Calamity

    N. An event causing great and often sudden damage or distress, a disaster

    swanky

    adj. stylishly luxurious and expensive

    Tantalize

    V. To torment or tease with the promise of something unobtainable

    Vex

    V. To make someone feel anyoned frustrated or worried, expesially with unimportant things

    Briskly

    Adj. energetic, marked by speed

    Stealthy

    Adj. Done in a cautious manor

    Emit

    V. To make a sound

    Placid

    Adj. Not easily upset or exited (person or animal)

    Frivolous

    Adj. No value

    Dubious

    Adj. Hesitant or doubtful, not to be relied upon

    Tangable

    capable of being touched, real

    condone

    to aprove something

    affable

    friendly, easy to talk to

    Unfathomable

    Adj. Incapable of being understood

    Aloof

    Adj. Not friendly; distant

    Savvy

    Adj. knows the realties of life; clever of perspective

    Subside

    V. To become less

    Sullen

    Adj. bad tempered or gloomy

    Wistful

    Adj. having or showing a feeling of longing

    Contempt

    N. A feeling of disapproval with disgust

    Veer

    V. To change direction suddenly

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