vocab - 1.) Abjure Transitive Verb: a : to renounce upon...

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1.) Abjure Transitive Verb: a : to renounce upon oath b : to reject solemnly “I regret to inform you that I must abjure the duties of council before the coming season.” – Pastwatch the redemption of Christopher Columbus, 294 The minister abjured the errors of his former faith. 2.) Facetious Adjective: a : joking or jesting often inappropriately. b : meant to be humorous or funny “The character they chose to use was meant to be facetious but publishers wanted absolutely nothing to do with it.” Popular Mechanics Article The boy’s attitude in the classroom was very facetious. 3.) Tautology Noun: a : needless repetition of an idea, statement, or word b : an instance of tautology. “When I think of the student that sits in the corner of the classroom and repeats everything his fellow students mention, the term tautology comes to mind” Popular Mechanics Article As the lesson progressed, tautology could be seen exuberating from the clueless individuals left behind. 4.) Hubris
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