How to Win Friends and Influence People | Study Guide

Dale Carnegie

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approbation: (n) approval or admiration

cantankerous: (adj) argumentative, ill-tempered, cranky

iniquitous: (adj) wicked, sinful, morally wrong

intonation: (n) tone or expression of a person's voice, often indicating emotion

invaluable: (adj) indispensable, very useful

inveterate: (adj) relating to a long-standing habit; deep-rooted, entrenched

malign: (v) to speak about someone or something critically or spitefully

noble: (adj) honorable, moral, righteous

non compos mentis: (adj) Latin phrase meaning not in one's right mind; insane

perfunctory: (adj) performed with indifference; half-hearted, automatic, superficial

prerogative: (n) a right or privilege usually given to an individual or particular group; entitlement, birthright

rebuke: (n) strong disapproval or criticism

tact: (n) ability to speak or act without upsetting or offending others; diplomacy

unsolicited: (adj) not asked for; unwelcome or unwanted—especially used of advice

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