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Acolyte
Noun. A person who assists in religion services by carrying out minor duties; one who attends or assists, a follower.
It is cool to be religious or help.
Bibulous
Adj. 1. Given to the consumption of alcoholic drinks.
2. highly absorbent.
In the bible, many people drink to celebrate.
Bibs absorb things.
Coalesce
Verb. To grow together; to unite to form a whole.
Separate pieces of coal are used TOGETHER.
Covert
Adj. Not openly acknowledged; secret.
Secrets are covered.
Declaim
Verb. To recite something in the style of a public speech; to speak in a loud theatrical way.
Declare/Claim.
Delineate
Verb. 1. To describe vividly and in detail.
2. To draw an outline of; to represent by drawing.
Delis describe their food in detail and have pictures.
Demagogue
Noun. A leader who seeks power by appealing to people's emotions and prejudices by making false claims and promises.
Bad leader, demon.
Encomium
Noun. An expression of warm and enthusiastic praise; a tribute.
A tribute is coming!
Obdurate
Adj. 1. Resistance to persuasion; inflexible.
2. Persistent in wrongdoing.
Durable, will not break or be persuaded.
Prescience
noun. Foresight; knowledge before hand of events.
PRE
Sedulous
Adj. Completed with careful perseverance; diligent.
I said he is diligent!
Trenchant
Adj. Expressed with vigor and penetrating insight; keenly perceptive.
Chants are with vigor.
Valedictory
Noun. A farewell address.
Given by a valedictorian.