Good words! I have actually come across all of those words in the last year in my reading. Thanks for stopping by my Post!
The word obstreperous sounded familiar but I knew I couldn't define it. I'll have to see if I can hang on to that one. I've certainly seen the behavior before.
I knew vitriolic and thought I knew assiduous, but I was wrong about the second word. Thanks for setting me straight!
Your words are excellent, usable adjectives--well done!
Fun words! I particularly like obstreperous, but I'd recommend practicing the pronunciation before you use it in conversation. It's not as effective if you stumble over it -- I should know.My words are here.
I always think obstreperous means something different than it does. Maybe if I remember your example sentence that will help!
I knew all 3, but had the completely wrong meaning in my head for assiduous.
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