Vocabulary extra credit help?

I'm having a hard time using all these vocabulary words in a paragraph without making a bunch of random sentences regarding the words.

The words are:

Gamin

Gazebo

Generalize

Giddy

Gird

Girth

Gloat

Glutton

Gossamer

Grandiloquent

Grandiose

Guile

Guise

Harangue

Harrowing

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  • 8 years ago
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    Under the guile guise of a gamin, the grandiloquent glutton was often one to gloat. Others sensed he was disingenuous and harangued him for his grandiose girth. Being guile, he tended to generalize and trivialize it when he found himself in a harrowing gird and sought a reprieve on a large, open sun drenched gazebo. He closed his eyes to daydream he was as light as a feather, and had wings of gossamer, with an ability to fly. Thoughts of flying made him giddy.

    So basically saying: under a clever appearance of a street urchin, the overbearing glutton was often one to express smug satisfaction. Others sensed he was less than genuine & criticized him for his large waist. Being cunning, he tended to generalize and trivialize it when he found himself in a disturbing/upsetting bind & sought a reprieve on a large, open sun-drenched gazebo. He closed his eyes to daydream that he was as light as a feather, and had wings of gossamer, with an ability to fly. Thoughts of flying made him giddy.

    Hope that helps

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