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What are the new English words you have learned today?
Ragtag: A group of people perceived as disreputable or undesirable.
Lynch: (of a mob) kill (someone), especially by hanging, for an alleged offence with or without a legal trial.
Gimcrack: A cheap and showy ornament; a knickknack or flimsy or poorly made but deceptively attractive.
Vogie: Conceited, proud, cheerful
Carte Blanche: Unconditional authority; full discretionary power.
Tummler: Any lively, prankish, or mischievous man.
Hoity-Toity: Assuming airs; pretentious; haughty.
Magisterial: Authoritative, weighty; of importance or consequence; of, relating to, or befitting a master: a magisterial pronouncement by the director of the board.
Coeval: Of the same age, date, or duration; equally old: Analysis has proved that this manuscript is coeval with that one.
Makebate: A person who causes contention or discord.
This one I think you guys already know, but mentioned just for the reminder. HAHAHAHA
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