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en-co-mi-um

noun :: Glowing and warmly enthusiastic praise.

"This part of the existing hymn ends with an encomium of the Delian festival of Apollo and of the Delian choirs." --Homer

 



mel-io-rism

noun :: The belief that society has an innate tendency toward improvement and that this tendency may be furthered through conscious human effort.

"John believes in meliorism, and is always trying to make the world a better place."

 



pri-va-tion

noun :: The state of being deprived; especially the lack of what is needed for existence.

"And Nancy's deepest wounds had all come from the perception that the absence of children from their hearth was dwelt on in her husband's mind as a privation to which he could not reconcile himself." --Eliot, George

 



lib-er-tine

noun :: A person who is unrestrained by convention or morality; specifically one leading a dissolute life. A freethinker.

"In his youth he had been a dissolute libertine, but was converted by Mother Ann herself, and had partaken of the wild fanaticism of the early Shakers." --Hawthorne, Nathaniel

 



ex-ul-tant

adj :: Filled with or expressing great joy or triumph. Jubilant.

"The exultant crowd rushed the field as their team won the football championship."

 





 

 



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