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Well, my original comment was, "Darn, I was looking forward to seeing obsequious with sycophant just like sophomore year."
I have my own definitions on the blog so if people are looking for a different definitions or a different worded definition, you can just look at my blog.
beatitude- Supreme blessednessbete noire- a detested person (disliked or avoided)bode- Be an omen of a particular outcomedank- Disagreeably damp, musty, and typically coldecumenical- Promoting or relating to unity among the world's Christian churchesfervid- Intensely enthusiastic or passionatefetid- Smelling extremely unpleasantgargantuan- of great massheyday- The period of a person's or thing's greatest success or popularityincubus- A cause of distress or anxiety like a nightmareinfrastructure- The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities needed for the operationinveigle- Persuade (someone) to do something by means of deception or flatterykudos- Praise and honor received for an achievementlagniappe- Something given as a bonus or extra giftprolix- Using or containing too many words; tediously lengthyprotege- a person who receives support and protection from an influential patron who furthers the protege's careerprototype- A first or preliminary model of something, esp. a machine, from which other forms are developed or copiedsycophant- A person who acts obsequiously toward someone in order to gain advantage; a servile flatterer tautology- The saying of the same thing twice in different wordstruckle- Submit or behave obsequiously
1. Beatitude: (noun) supreme blessedness or happiness2. bête noire: (noun) something that is particularly disliked3. bode: (verb) to be an omen of, predict or foretell4. dank: (adj.) unpleasantly damp and chilly5. ecumenical: (adj.) universal6. fervid: (adj.) intensely passionate7. fetid: (adj.) having a stale nauseating smell, as of decay8. gargantuan: (adj.) sometimes capital huge; enormous9. heyday: (noun) the time of most power, popularity, vigor, etc; prime10. incubus: (noun) something that oppresses, worries, or disturbs greatly, esp a nightmare or obsession11. infrastructure: (noun) the basic structure of an organization, system, etc12. inveigle: (verb) often fall by into or an infinitive to lead (someone into a situation) or persuade (to do something) by cleverness or trickery13. kudos: (noun) functioning as singular acclaim, glory, or prestige14. lagniappe: (noun) something given or obtained as a gratuity or bonus, small trinket15. prolix: (adj.) so long as to be boring; verbose16. protégé: (noun) a person who is protected and aided by the patronage of another person17. prototype: (noun) one of the first units manufactured of a product, which is tested so that the design can be changed if necessary before the product is manufactured commercially18. sycophant: (noun) a person who uses flattery to win favor from individuals wielding influence; toady19. tautology: (noun) the use of words that merely repeat elements of the meaning already conveyed20. truckle: (verb) to yield weakly; give in