vocab ch 14 syn/ant

vocab ch 14 syn/ant

an INSIPID view of history
jejune
the OVERBLOWN rhetoric of the politician
turgid
ENTREAT the captain on behalf of her son
supplicate
a MEANDERING, complicated plot
tortuous
a DIDACTIC way of addressing the group
sententious
too NAIVE to perceive trickery
credulous
a MELANGE of spices
potpourri
was present at the product LAUNCH
inception
not ACQUIESCENT to that idea
amenable
a GUIDELINE by which to judge the entries
criterion
bored by the WORDY presentation (ant)
sententious
a SOPHISTICATED sense of humor (ant)
jejune
a LACK OF VARIETY in the show’s acts (ant)
potpourri
thought the decor too PLAIN (ant)
turgid
too PERCEPTIVE for her own good (ant)
credulous
a PRECOCIOUS child is
mature beyond her years
an EXTRANEOUS consideration is
superfluous
someone who is CREDULOUS is
naive
an OBDURATE person is not
compliant
a tavern in a state of INFIRMITY looks
dilapidated