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Catcher in the Rye: Vocabulary

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Catcher in the Rye: Vocabulary

boring
adjective
uninterrupted pitch, dull
inane
adjective
silly or foolish
rile
verb
to cause nuisance or disrupt in small ways
checkered
adjective
noted by terrific adjustments in ton of money.
putrid
adjective
a solid, bad scent
gripe
verb
to grumble or whine
offend
verb
to come affected with queasiness or to really feel ashamed.
sacreligious
adjective
concerning violating something spiritual or sacred
suave
adjective
cool, tranquil, as well as collected, advanced
chafe
verb
to irritate or aggravate
reciprocal
adjective
done or given in return, common
foil
noun
a light secure fencing sword
sadistic
adjective
getting enjoyment from bring upon discomfort on others
big spender
noun
an individual who invests cash carelessly or wastefully
reject
verb
to leave out from a team by typical approval
blase
adjective
to be bored with, or detached to, life
nonchalant
adjective
without warmth or interest, not showing rate of interest
agitation
noun
an abrupt disturbing feeling or a pain of principles
lively
adjective
loud, rowdy or wild
bourgeois
noun or adjective
middle class
digression
noun
an act or instance of roaming from the main topic in speaking or creating
harrowing
adjective
torturing
of no consequence
adjective
useless under the situations, irrelevant
brace
verb
to prepare a person or oneself for doing something difficult or undesirable
incognito
adjective
disguised, to have your identification covered
compulsory
adjective
something that needs to be done
pedagogical
adjective
the study of being an instructor or the process of teaching
diligent
adjective
regulated by someone that understands what is right
aggravate
verb
to intensify or even more burdensome
deceitful
adjective
unprincipled, no great sense of right or wrong
rostrum
noun
any kind of platform for public talking
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