So I think there are seven adjectives, one noun and two adverbs, just judging by the suffix endings.
Next I am going to hazard a guess at the possible meanings - yes a couple of the words I do have an idea, but I need it verified and clarified.
obsequious - boldly or arrogantly?
loquacious - noisily with a lot of words?
supercilious - above and beyond?
lugubrious - long faced?
salubrious - slobbery?
capricious - vicious?
protagonist - the hero of the story?
pragmatic - without concern?
ostensibly - by reason of a double meaning?
surreptitiously - secretly?
Okay there are my guesses - I will not go back and change them - I promise. Now to go to the real meanings.
obsequious – adjective
loquacious – adjective
1. mournful, dismal, or gloomy, esp. in an affected, exaggerated, or unrelieved manner:
salubrious - adjective
capricious – adjective
pragmatic - adjective
Musings and meanderings from the Musical Gardener.