Unit 1 So great as not to be

Unit 1 So great as not to be

Unit 1 So great as not to be satisfied

insatiable To claim or take without right

arrogate Holding or sticking together

coherent To imitate emulate

Formal praise encomium

Petty, nagging criticism carping

Offensive, hateful invidious

To avoid, shun eschew Change from

liquid to solid congeal Hackneyed, trite

commonplace banal Able to GET

ideas or wealth acquisitive Make inflexible

or rigid congeal Tending to find

fault carping generosity

largess Making a logical whole

coherent To work on excessively

belabor Preliminary inspection

reconnaissance Habitually silent or quiet

taciturn To stall or hesitate

temporize Relevant, Apropos, fitting

germane Comprehensible, meaningful

coherent To establish by evidence

substantiate To compromise temporize

Capable of being supported tenable

Stubborn, irreconcilable intransigent

To thrash soundly belabor

reconnaissance acquisitive

invidious banal

carping I cant

decide! temporize

largess emulate

encomium arrogate

garrulous taciturn miserliness

largess extraneous germane

yielding intransigent

melt congeal ameliorative

invidious loquacious taciturn

altruistic acquisitive

approving carping novel

trite muddled coherent

castigation encomium

prolix taciturn ADJECTIVES used to describe

PEOPLE: He is acquisitive. She is carping. He is insatiable.

She is intransigent. He is invidious. She is taciturn.

ADJECTIVES used to describe THINGS: The story is banal.

The answer is coherent. The topic is germane. The theory is tenable.

These are NOUNS. They can be preceded by the word the. The constant carping irritated me. The encomiums were lavished on her.

We appreciated the largesse. We discussed the reconnaissance. These are VERBS.

He arrogated the throne. He belabored the point. The blood congealed. He emulated his boss.

He eschewed bad habits. She substantiated her claim. He temporized in the jury room.

Here is how you will typically hear these words: insatiable lust insatiable appetite

insatiable hunger insatiable greed Here is how you will typically hear

these words: Belabor a point Here is how you will typically hear

these words: An acquisitive society An acquisitive mind Acquisitive businessman

Acquisitive instincts Here is how you will typically hear these words:

Substantiate a claim Substantiate an assertion Substantiate a theory

Here is how you will typically hear these words: eschew bad habits eschew technology

eschew temptation eschew old ideas Here is how you will typically hear

these words: Arrogate the throne Arrogate privileges Arrogate control

Arrogate rights

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