an aptitude for making desirable discoveries by accident.
good fortune; luck: the serendipity of getting the first job sheapplied for.
light, airy, or tenuous: an ethereal world created through thepoetic imagination.
changeable; volatile; fickle; flighty; erratic: a mercurialnature.
animated; lively; sprightly; quick-witted.
so·lil·o·quy noun, plural so·lil·o·quies.
an utterance or discourse by a person who is talking tohimself or herself or is disregardful of or oblivious to anyhearers present (often used as a device in drama to disclosea character's innermost thoughts): Hamlet's soliloquy beginswith “To be or not to be.”
a feeling of utter weariness and discontent resulting from satietyor lack of interest; boredom: The endless lecture produced anunbearable ennui.
dis·com·bob·u·late verb (used with object), dis·com·bob·u·lat·ed,dis·com·bob·u·lat·ing.
to confuse or disconcert; upset; frustrate
ec·lec·tic adjective selecting or choosing from various sources.
coolly unconcerned, indifferent, or unexcited; casual: Hisnonchalant manner infuriated me.
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