Moby-Dick Vocabulary

Sublime – inspiring awe
Magnanimous – noble and generous in spirit
Confabulation – an informal conversation
Congenial – suitable to your needs
Vitiate – corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
Ignominy – a state of dishonor
Punctilious – marked by precise accordance with details
Repast – the food served and eaten at one time
Belie – be in contradiction with
Hearken – listen; used mostly in the imperative
Stultify – cause to appear foolish
Sagacity – the ability to understand and discriminate between relations
Remonstrance – the act of expressing earnest opposition or protest
Heterogeneous – originating outside the body
Sanguinary – marked by eagerness to resort to

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