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2 Hosted By Mrs. Beam and Ms. Hamilton

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4 Sentences 100 Refugees from Nazi Germany sought ________ in the United States after WWII. Asylum

5 Definitions 100 To make young again; to make like new rejuvenate

6 Synonym 100 bend, distort, misshape, irregularity warp

7 Antonyms 100 mediocre, shoddy, second-rate, sham Sterling

8 Definitions 200 It is _______ that little furry animals can talk like people. Preposterous

9 Definitions 200 A debt; something disadvantageous Liability

10 Synonyms 200 revitalize, renew Rejuvenate

11 Antonyms 100 Contract, compress, constrict Dilate

12 Sentences 300 The ________(ing) of the Earth’s resources should be a concern for everyone. Dwindle

13 Definitions 300 To make or become larger or wider; to expand upon Dilate

14 Synonyms 300 Sanatorium, sanctuary, refuge Asylum

15 Antonyms 300 Vulnerability, susceptibility, exposure Immunity

16 Sentences 400 A limited attention span can be a _______ for any student. Liability

17 Definitions 400 To lessen, diminish Dwindle

18 Synonyms 400 Handicap, difficulty, impediment, drawback Liability

19 Antonyms 400 Straighten, unbend Warp

20 Sentences 500 At the beginning of the year the new dress code Policy was _________(d, ed). Instituted

21 Definitions 500 Rejuvenate

22 Synonyms 500 Dilate

23 Antonyms 500 Rejuvenate

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25 Listen to the following and identify the correct term.

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27 Preposterous


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