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    • Vocabulary
    • Part One
      compulsive
      linguistic
      relentlessly
      apprehension
      ominous
      bravado
      caveats
    • compulsive
      Definition
      Driven by an inner force
      Example
      A compulsive eater will have a sense of being out of control.
    • linguistic
      Definition
      Having to do with language
      Example
      Keith is a linguistic genius; he speaks at least eight languages.
    • relentlessly
      Definition
      Over and over again
      Example.
      Dan pursued Sue relentlessly, asking her out everyday until she said yes. They have been married now for 10 years, so I guess his persistence paid off.
      Sponge Bob is relentlessly optimistic.
    • apprehension
      Definition
      Fear and anxiety that something unpleasant will happen
      Example
      Jen felt apprehensive about moving, but she knew it was necessary.
    • ominous
      Definition
      Threatening, unfavorable
      Example
      The ominous dark clouds in the east suggested a late afternoon thunderstorm.
    • bravado
      Definition
      Display of courage
      Example
      I tried to show bravado as I faced my greatest fear, a giant spider, but I ran away screaming.
    • caveats
      Definition
      Rules, warnings
      Example
      The attendant provided several caveats before the roller coaster ride started, including keep hands inside the car.