insane_vocab_w12 - Insanely Hard Vocabulary#12 au fait[oh...

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Insanely Hard Vocabulary #12au fait [oh FE]adj (au faut with) having a good knowledge of something.You should be reasonably au fait with the play.concatenate [kon-KAT-n-ayt]v Link things together in a chain or series.I concatenated the dominoes across the table.crepuscular [krih-PUHS-kyuh-ler]adj Pertaining to twilight; dim.The couple held hands, strolling in the crepuscular evening.decrement [DEK-ruh-muhnt]n A reduction.He felt a decrement in sleepiness when he drank his coffee.execrable[EK-si-kruh-buhl]adj Extremely awful or unpleasant. This is execrable wine.fuscous[FUHS-kuhs]adj Dark and somber in color.gauche (GOASH) adj Lacking ease or grace; socially awkward.Walter’s constant belching at the table made him appear gauche.hobbledehoy[HOB-uhl-dee-hoi]n A clumsy or awkward youth.The hobbledehoy constantly dropped fragile items without meaning to.infrangible[in-FRAN-juh-buhl]adj Unbreakable.jabberwocky[JAB-er-wok-ee]n Invented or meaningless language; nonsense.manqué[mahng-KEY]adj Unfulfilled; unhappy.The manqué poet has yet to write a major poem.non sequitur[non SEK-wi-ter]n A statement that does not logically flow from previous discussion or statement.peremptory[PER-uhmp-tawr-ee]adj Insisting on immediate attention and obedience.

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