|Vocabulary List (Make up a sentence using each word.)
Reading #2 (pp.66-95)
approbation (p.67)- The action of formally or authoritatively declaring good or true; sanction.
indulgence (p.68)- The action of indulging (a person), or the fact of being indulgent; gratification of another's desire or humour; favouring forbearance or relaxation of restraint. Sometimes dyslogistic: Fond humouring, over-lenient treatment.
errata (-um) (p.70)- An error in writing or printing; chiefly, an error noted in a list of corrections attached to a printed book.
victuals (p.73)- Whatever is normally required, or may naturally be used, for consumption in order to support life; food or provisions of any kind.
doggerel (p.74)- An epithet applied to comic or burlesque verse, usually of irregular rhythm; or to mean, trivial, or undignified verse.
mortification (p.74) great embarrassment and shame.
countenance (p.76) n. a person's face or facial expression.; v. admit as acceptable or possible.
accost (p.77) approach and address (someone) boldly or aggressively.
reputable (p.77) having a good reputation.
frugality (p.79) being economical with money or food; thriftiness
condescension (p.80) an attitude of patronizing superiority; disdain.
civility (p.85) formal politeness and courtesy in behavior or speech.
fractious (p.85) unruliness: the trait of being prone to disobedience and lack of discipline
vexation (p.86) the state of being annoyed, frustrated, or worried.
cordiality (p.86) amity: a cordial disposition
conundrum (p.88) a confusing and difficult problem or question.