Katie Enstad Per. 2Could someone help me with zealot? Also give an example of pastiche.
Katie, I got a fanatic for zealot.
apposite- suited to the purpose; appropriateaugur- a priest at rituals of fertility and/or growthbilk- to cheat or swindlecharisma- gift of God's gracedebilitate- to weakenexecrable- abominable, detestableimpinge- to strike, hit, or dashlabyrinth- a mazenarcissism- self-love, self-interestniggardly- a stingy personpastiche- a literary, artistic, or musical composition made up of bits from other various sourcesprecarious- dependent upon the will or favor of another personrapport- a close or sympathetic relationshiputilitarian- of or having to do with usefulnessvacuous- having or showing a lack of intelligence, interest, or thoughtvagary- an odd, eccentric, or unexpected action or bit of conductviable- having the ability to livexenophobia- a fear or hatred for strangers and anything foreignzany- a clown or buffoonzealot- a person(s) who are/is a extreme fanaticPlease let me know if these are correct.
Charisma- a spiritual power or personal quality that gives an individual influence or authority over large numbers of people. I think this one is a better definition Lizzie.
Lizzie the only thing I would add is to impinge - I also got to make an impression or impact.. but I could be wrong. Everything else I pretty much got the same thing.
Good work so far! I agree with Nick re: charisma, and I suggest using "encroach" or "trespass" for impinge.
does pastiche mean the musical piece or hodgepodge?sarah rayburnperiod 3