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#Words #Quotes by Alan Watts

In other words, a person who is fanatic in matters of religion, and clings to certain ideas about the nature of God and the universe, becomes a person who has no faith at all. 13 more words


The Fireman– Words & Quotes

Words from The Fireman by Joe Hill:

  • prophylactic– intended to prevent disease
  • dyspepsia– indigestion
  • assuage– to make an unpleasant feeling less intense; relieve
  • parsimonious– stingy or frugal…
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The Girls– Words & Quotes

Words from The Girls by Emma Cline:

  • cadge- to ask for or obtain
  • penitent – someone who repents
  • conflate- merge
  • cogent- clear, logical, or convincing…
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Women- Words & Quotes

Words from Women by Charles Bukowski:

  • diffident– shy, reserved

Quotes from Women by Charles Bukowski:

“I could feel vibrations running between us. Some of the vibrations were confused and not good but they were there.”

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Modern Lovers- Words & Quotes

Words from Modern Lovers by Emma Straub:

  • stymie- to hinder, block, or thwart
  • gamine- a neglected girl left to run about the streets; a diminutive/ slender girl, especially pert, impudent, playfully mischievous…
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Me Before You- Words & Quotes

Words from Me Before You by Jojo Moyes:

  • paltry- ridiculously, insultingly small; worthless
  • palatial- resembling a palace
  • mercurial- changeable, lively, quick-witted
  • untenable- unable to be defended…
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