What definition of Gothic do we use? I have about 14, and I don't know which best works for our case.
Omg, i already knew what sine qua non meant. I feel so cultured :DTrenton
Apostate- a person who forsakes his religion, cause, party* can someone translate this for me?And Trenton, what does sine qua non mean? I can't find it. Briana Stinn
apostate: a person who quits or abandons their religion,a cause or belief.
Dr. Preston can you look over these.. just want to make sure they're right! Thanks Apostate: a person who quits or abandons their religion, a cause or belief.bravado: a real or pretended display of courage or boldnessconsensus: general or widespread agreement among all the members of a groupconstrict: narrowdichotomy: a separation into two divisions that differ widely from or contradict each othereffusive: giving or involving an extravagant and sometimes excessive expression of feelings in speech or writingeuphoria: a feeling of great joy, excitement, or well-beinggothic: of medieval architectural styleimpasse: a point at which no further progress can be made or agreement reachedlugubrious: extremely mournful, sad, or gloomymetamorphosis: a complete or marked change of physical form, structure, or substancemystique: a special quality or air that makes somebody or something appear mysterious, powerful, or desirablenon sequitur: a statement that appears unrelated to a statement that it followsparlous: very unsafe, uncertain, or difficultpunctilio: strict adherence to even the finest points of etiquettequagmire: a soft marshy area of land that gives way when walked onquixotic: tending to take a romanticized view of liferaconteur: somebody who tells entertaining storiessine qua non: an essential condition or prerequisitevendetta: a prolonged bitter feud or quarrel