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The Catcher in the Rye Vocabulary

Across
Excessively high opinion of one's self or ability; vanity
Unprincipled; lacking moral integrity
A high, narrow chest of drawers
Guided by one's one sense of right and wrong; scrupulous; honorable
Expended or produced in abundance
The act of turning aside from the main subject or argument
One trained to help people with psychological issues/disorders
Rotten; decayed; vile; corrupt
Marked by a violation of something consecrated to God; gross irreverence toward a hallowed person, place, or thing
A small, exclusive group of people
Lobby; an entrance hallway
One who practices the art or process of writing in shorthand
The art or profession of teaching
Inversely related; mutual; shared
To exclude from a group by common consent
Showily smart and dashing; fashionably elegant
Down
Uttered or sounded in one unvarying tone; tediously uniform
Situated lower down; of low or lower degree or rank
Marked by a cutting or contemptuous remark
Complex; made worldly wise by wide experience
Done or produced freely or naturally
Syn.: necessary
Lying outside the sphere of physical science
Giving an effect of unconcern or indifference
With one's identity concealed
Sudden attack; a sudden feeling of doubt, fear, or uneasiness, esp. in not following one's conscience or better judgment
Instruct; inform; to give spiritual insight to
The use of words to express the opposite of what one really means