Vocabulary V

Vocabulary V - Vocabulary V felicitynoun

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Vocabulary V felicity –noun 1.  the state of being happy, esp. in a high degree; bliss:  marital felicity.  2.  an instance of this.  3.  a source of happiness.  4.  a skillful faculty:  felicity of expression.  5.  an instance or display of this:  the many felicities of the poem.  6.  Archaic  . good fortune.  Querulous  adjective  1.   full of complaints; complaining.  2.   characterized by or uttered in complaint; peevish:  a querulous tone; constant  querulous reminders of things to be done. tenuity – noun  1.  the state of being tenuous.  2.  slenderness.   3.  thinness of consistency; rarefied condition.  usurpation – noun  1.  an act of usurping; wrongful or illegal encroachment, infringement, or seizure.  2.  illegal seizure and occupation of a throne.  candid –adjective  1.  frank; outspoken; open and sincere:  a candid critic.  2.  free from reservation, disguise, or subterfuge; straightforward: 
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