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Great GatsbyChapters 3 & 4 VocabularyChapter threePermeateTo spread throughout
With the help of waiters, drinks permeated the garden
SaunterTo walk in a slow, relaxed manner, without hurry or effort
The Bronco's offense seemed to have sauntered about the field during the Super Bowl.
AscertainTo find something out for certain; to make sure of
Before getting out of a warm, cozy bed, teachers and students alike ascertained that there was in fact school.
Corpulent cats are adorable but are prone to diabetes.
JauntyHaving or expressing a lively, cheerful, and self-confident manner
The single, independent woman known as Jordan Baker is consistently described as jaunty.
DeplorableVery bad in a way that causes shock, fear, or disgust
Justin Biebers actions are deplorable, and some even hope that they are deportable.
SubterfugeDeceit used in order to achieve ones goal
Coyote, our trickster archetype, used subterfuge to trick the ladies.
Chapter fourPunctiliousShowing great attention to detail or correct behavior
The Ohio State marching band was punctilious in forming this shape.
SomnambulateTo walk or perform another act while asleep or in a sleeplike condition
any good somnambulatory stories?
SucculentTender, juicy, and tasty
Walkers think that human flesh is succulent. The Walking Dead returns Sunday!