31. aspire (v) to strive for a goal; to want or desire something excellent or far beyond the current state2. bilateral (adj) having two sides3. candor (n) honesty or straightforwardness, especially being honest about something unpleasant4. defraud (v) to cheat; to gain something dishonestly, as through a lie, deception, or confidence game5. deity (n) a god or goddess6. elude (v) to escape from someone or something giving chase or searching; especially to use clever tactics to escape from pursuers7. fixture (n) a permanency; a person or thing remaining fixed, in the same position8. handwriting (n) the character or style of a person's writing by hand; cursive writing9. havoc (n) chaos or large-scale destruction10. imbibe (v) to drink a liquid; to absorb or take in something11. juncture (n) a joint or seam, where two parts meet12. kernel (n) in a plant, a grain or seed; often edible and found inside the plant
413. lapse (n) the act of falling from a righteous or just position; a slight or temporary moral failure14. malady (n) a disease, illness, or medical condition, especially a serious or chronic condition15. myriad (n) many; a large number; countless16. necessitate (v) to make something necessary17. nestle (v) to lay or be enclosed comfortably; to snuggle18. obliterate (v) to destroy; to break down into nothing; to eliminate19. parse (v) to break something down into its parts in order to explain or understand it; especially to break apart a sentence into words and phrases, describing each part20. queue (n) a line; a group of people waiting in order21. ravenous (adj) extremely hungry; filled with hunger that cannot be satisfied22. scuttle (v) to sink a ship by creating a hole or holes in the ship beneath the water line; also to destroy or wreck23. thearchy (n) a government ruled by the leaders of a religion or by the power of a god or gods24. underworld (n) a world beneath or below the normal world, especially a criminal world such as mafia society or a world of the dead such as Hades25. writhe (v) to move uncomfortably; to twist around, especially to express pain
5Synonyms:In the space provided, write the word from the list above that means the same or about the same as the word given.1. squirm _________ 6. directness _________2. starving_________ 7. analyze ___________3. demolish________ 8. require ___________4. countless________ 9. devastation _______5. convergence_____ 10. nether region______
6Antonyms:In the space provided, write the word from the list above that means opposite of the word given.11. float__________ printing_________12. one-sided______ heaven _________13. confront_______ drift ____________14. mortal_________ health __________15. steadfastness______ 20. expel_________
7Analogies:Choose the word from the list that best completes the analogy, creating the same relationship between the second set of words as exists between the first set of words.21. store : shop ::_____________________ : wait22. hallucination : unreal ::_____________ : unmoving23. processor : computer ::_____________ : plant24. courageous : cowardly ::____________ : few25. relax : bath ::_____________________ : blanket26. monarchy : king :: __________________: deity27. burn : log ::_______________________ : vessel28. lie : recant ::______________________ : repay29. infestation : exterminate :: ___________: cure30. dissect : animal ::__________________ : sentence
8SentencesAfter awakening from hibernation, a bear is _________________ for food.The patient was relieved to hear that her ____________________ was not serious.The store owner wanted to ________________________the memory of the robbery from her mind.The man's date was offended by his ____________________in saying she was not beautiful.Because of her shaky hands, the woman's _________________________was difficult to read.The ship was obsolete, so the navy decided to_________________________ it.Milton's Paradise Lost portrays Heaven as a true_________________________________ , ruled by God.Car accidents_______________________________ notifying the state Department of Motor Vehicles._________________________________talks between the two warring factions did not result in compromise.Criminals ____________________________ unsuspecting consumers by stealing their online passwords.Kittens _______________________________ against their mother for comfort and warmth.For some reason, I cannot _________________________ that sentence correctly; what are you trying to say?
9SentencesTo _______________________________ the medicine was unpleasant, but the patient dutifully drank the mixture.My children all ___________________________ to great things; one wants to be president, another a lawyer, and the third a teacher.The puppy wreaked ___________________________ on our living room, tearing up all the furniture.It was amazing to see a plant sprout from the small ______________________that had come from the center of the fruit.It is not easy to _____________________________ the police once you have committed a crime.Aphrodite is a well-known_________________________, the Greek goddess of love.The boy watched the worm ____________________________ and twist on the ground until it found loose soil and burrowed underneath.The painting depicted a desert-like _______________________________ filled with wandering spirits.The secretary was a ___________________________________in the office; he had worked in that position for thirty years.It was a _______________________________ in judgment to listen in to the phone call, but he desperately wanted to hear what was said.The __________________________________________ where the pipe met the wall was leaking water.To cash his check, he had to wait in a _________________________________at the bank all through his lunch hour.She found it impossible to choose the perfect gift from the ____________________________________of rings at the store.
10Vocabulary StoryComplete a fictional story, personal story, or essay that uses all 25 vocabulary words. You must have the vocabulary words underlined or highlighted. This is a test grade.Turn in all work from vocabulary unit with your story for a separate classwork grade.