vocabulary 3 - Felicity(n)happiness,luck,...

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Felicity  – (n.) happiness, luck, or a condition which produces positive results Fidelity  – (n.) honest or lasting support, or loyalty, especially to a sexual partner Flagrant  – (adj.) (of a bad action, situation, person, etc.) shocking because of being so  obvious Flimsy  – (adj.) A flimsy argument, excuse, etc. is weak and difficult to believe Frugal  – (adj.) careful when using money or food, or (of a meal) cheap or small in  amount Futile  – (adj.) (of actions) having no effect or achieving nothing; unsuccessful Gaudy  – (adj.) unpleasantly bright in colour or decoration Gregarious  – (adj.) (of people) liking to be with other people, or (especially of animals)  living in groups Grumble  – (v.) to complain about someone or something in an annoyed way Impediment  – (n) something that makes progress, movement, or achieving something  difficult or impossible Indulgent  – (adj.) allowing someone to have or do what they want, especially when this  is not good for them Instigate  – (v.) to cause an event or situation to happen by making a set of actions or a  formal process begin Irate  – (adj.) very angry Jeopardy  – (n.) in danger of being damaged or destroyed Lament  – (v.) to express sadness and feeling sorry about something Latent  – (adj.) present but needing particular conditions to become active, obvious or  completely developed Lucrative  – (adj.) (especially of a business, job or activity) producing a lot of money Lustrous  – (adj.) very shiny Malign  – (adj.) causing or intending to cause harm or evil Meddle  – (v.) to try to change or have an influence on things which are not your 
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