Catch 22 Vocabulary Analysis

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Vocabulary for Catch-22 Monotonous- having very little inflection; limited to a narrow pitch range. (adjective) Ex. The student needed to improve the monotonous of his instrument. Proscribing- to put outside the protection of the law; outlaw. (verb) Ex. The police officer was proscribing the inmate. Annihilating- to reduce to utter ruin or nonexistence; destroy utterly. (verb) Ex. The child annihilated the toy his mother gave him. Atheists- a person who denies or disbelieves the existence of a supreme being or beings. (noun) Ex. The atheist ran with no fear of death. Loony- extremely or senselessly foolish. (adjective) Ex. The man was so drunk he was acting loony. Vortex- a whirling mass of water. (noun) Ex. The vortex sucked the boat in. Apoplectic-intense enough to threaten or cause apoplexy. (adjective) Ex. The apoplectic inmate tamed the officers. Disconsolate- without consolation or solace. (adjective) Ex. Managers with the gas station left disconsolation with there customers.…show more content…
Telling the truth to somebody, a person, a group, co-workers or anybody can backfire in the persons face. A lot of people say they want to hear the truth but not everybody can handle the truth. This affects the people actually speaking the truth, there so nervous to tell it that when it does come out they hope for good reactions and a positive outlook. The last thing the person wants is to be bashed by the person, a lot people think that the person it effects is hurting the most but actually the person telling the truth goes through more. They go through the feeling of “why did I say it?” and they shouldn’t feel like that, they should be happy that they don’t have to lie or cover anything up anymore. But people don’t always see it like that these days. I don’t think anybody has ever seen that no matter what period of time it has

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