Grades 12+ (WVI 5)
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abash to cause to feel embarrassed, uneasy, or ashamed.
abide to put up with; stand.
abysmal of vast extent; unmeasurable; extreme.
academicism in the arts, rigid adherence to accepted and traditional forms.
aplomb great self-confidence, composure, or poise.
commodious comfortably spacious; roomy.
decedent in law, one who has died.
deify to raise to the rank of a god; consider to be a god.
doggerel trivial, crudely constructed verse.
festoon a decorative chain or strip of ribbons, flowers, leaves, or the like, suspended at the ends and hung in a curve.
germane having relevance to a given matter; pertinent; significant.
impinge to encroach.
ineptitude incompetence; lack of skill.
travesty something so grotesque or inferior as to seem a parody.
veneration a feeling of great respect; awe; reverence.