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garrulous
(GAR-a-lis) adj.

pointlessly or annoyingly talkative

If you write me an email please don't be garrulous.
indignant
(in-DIG-nent) adj.

angry, offended

The teacher became indignant when the students threw paper wads across the room.
meticulous
(meh-TIK-yoo-luss) adj.

extremely careful, painstaking

Knowing that the diary on Jill's desk was a fake, Billy's meticulous search led him to find the real book that held his sister's secrets.
naive
(niy-EEV) adj.

lacking experience or understanding

Bob had no idea how naive he would feel when he left Fulton for the Big Apple.
nonchalant
(non-shuh-LAHNT) adj.

calm, casual, seemingly unexcited

Paul acted nonchalant when he heard that Marissa had broken up with her boyfriend, but inside he was totally excited.