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sanguine (adj)
cheerfully optimistic
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sanguis
The cheerleaders cheering the opposing team were overly sanquine.
phlegmatic (adj)
sluggish
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The four-year old, obese kid ran rather phlegmatically.
melancholy (adj)
sad, depressed
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melan,choler
After her dog died, the girl acted rather melancholy.
choleric (adj)
easily angered
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choler
The professer was very choleric by the dumb blond in our class.
recalcitrant (adj)
stubbornly resistant to authority
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Jimmy acted rather recalcitrant when asked to leave our house.
lethargic (adj)
sluggish; dully apathetic
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The obese kid's running was very lethargic and pathetic.
splenetic (adj)
irritable, easily angered
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Because I didn't get any sleep last night, I acted rather splenetic and cranky towards other people.
querulous (adj)
disposed to complaining
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The two siblings were constantly querulous when asked to clean their rooms.
dolorous (adj)
marked by or expressive of sorrow or pain
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The grandmother acted rather dolorous over her daughter's death.
animosity (adj)
hostility, ill-will
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anima
The kid was uncontrolable and showed a rather animosticly unplesant behavioral pattern.
pusillanimous (adj)
cowardly
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anima
The cowardly lion acted very pusillanimous when acted to go before the wizard of oz.
lassitude (n)
feeling of weakness or listlessness
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The girl felt so compelled to eat the chocolate, that she showed a lassitude of lust.