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antediluvian: (n) time before the biblical flood involving Noah and his ark
counterpane: (n) thick blanket, such as a comforter or duvet
encomiums: (n, pl) types of praise or tribute
garrulity: (n) excess chattiness
Gorgons: (n) three fearsome characters in Greek mythology; Medusa, who could turn onlookers to stone, is the most famous
jocosely: (adv) doing something in a joking or playful manner
lodestar: (n) star used for navigation, especially nautical
splenetic: (adj) spiteful or petulant
supernumerary: (adj) extra or excessive in number
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tumulus: (n) mound of dirt, usually over a grave
vauntingly: (adv) to boast emptily