great gatsby vocabulary for chapters 5 & 6. chapter 5
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Great GatsbyVocabulary for chapters 5 & 6Chapter 5harrowedDistressed; upset
The busy schedule of a teacher is harrowing at times.
DefunctNo longer in existence or use
The floppy disk is a now defunct piece of technology.
exultationGreat rejoicing, jubilation
You could feel the crowds exultation at the opening ceremony of the Olympics
nebulousno clear form; vague; hazy
The womans nebulous clothing hid her body shape
Chapter sixinsidiousTreacherous; seductive; harmful in a stealthy/subtle mannerSexually transmitted diseases can be insidious and sometimes without symptoms
Because women are magical creatures, once a month they usually feel turgid.
IneffableBeyond expression; indescribable; taboo
The ineffable beauty of panda dogs should be admired by all
HaughtilyArrogant or proud manner
Although Jordan seems to be haughty, Nick finds her to be very jaunt.
When an inoffensive word is substituted for a word that is considered offensive
Im sorry, but were going to have to let you go.let you go takes the place of fire youMenagerieA collection of live, wild animals on exhibit
If you want to see a menagerie, go to the circus.