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firmament
arch type. Celebrities in a particular field. Sky.
Stars
trite
Overused and boring. Lacking originality.
Plain peice of paper
reiterate
To repeat something. In a tiresome way.
Ferris Beuller's Day Off
permeate
To enter or spread through, spread evenly throughout. Enter through a membrane.
Science
sedentary
Non-moving, mainly sitting. Non-active.
Video Games
tranquil
calm, free from emotion or disturbance. Peaceful.
Lake
labyrinthine
Extremely complicated, maze, puzzle.
Maze at Williamsburg
boisterous
Noisy, energetic, rowdy. Also turbulent.
Girls in class
familial
Common to families. Relating to families.
Monkeys
amorous
Love, expressing great joy, and the feelings of love.
Heart
placid
Calm in nature and appearance.
Lake with mountains
salutation
Greeting someone.
Charlotte's Web
sordid
Nasty, and greedy. Also, dirty and depressing.
The Grinch
repulse
To reject or rebuff someone. Force them back.
Broken bone
judicious
Sensible and wise. Good judgment.
“Safe Sex”
stupefy
To amaze someone. Unable to think clearly.
Larry the Cable Guy
pithy
Brief and to the point, used with wit.
Witty
sympathy
Capacity to share feelings.
Wreath
inundate
To overwhelm of flood with responsibilities, or duties.
“Being a senior”
strife
Bitter conflict or rivalry.
Sibling rivalry