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Part of speech : adjective Definition: automatic, unthinking Like lightning, Kid Flash ran with his perfunctory speed that did not require effort t.

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3 Part of speech : adjective Definition: automatic, unthinking Like lightning, Kid Flash ran with his perfunctory speed that did not require effort t o accelerate, and with that as his advantage, his enemies failed to defeat him once again and were sent to jail where they belong.

4 Part of speech: adjective Definition: taking or showing extreme care; precise When doing math work, I must be meticulous with my calculations, especially when using a calculator, because there are many errors a human being can make that will hinder them from getting the correct answer to the problem.

5 Definitions: v.tr. 1.To express grief For or about; mourn Or to regret v. Inter. 1.To grieve or to Express sorrow Noun. A feeling or Expression of grief Or a song or poem Expressing grief Lamenting the death of her mother, Priscilla, who was now without both her parents, dropped to the ground on her knees and cried until the sun came down.

6 Part of speech: Noun Definition: equipment or commonly known to the world as “stuff” Baked paraphernalia, which are a joy to families all around the world, can be found in your local supermarkets such as Shoprite, Wal-Mart, and Acme.

7 Part of speech: Adjective Definition: Dictorial Mussolini, a former dictator of Italy, became a very despotic man after he gained more power and soon enough, he abused it.

8 Part of speech: Adjective Definition: real, concrete Fido, Maria’s dog, died a few years ago and the pictures she has of him are tangible, but she still misses the feel of his fur against her skin because it made her safe.

9 Part of speech: Adjective Definition: Gratifying to senses Thomas’ sensuous touch, which swept Alicia off her feet instantly, made her reach up to pull him down for a passionate kiss.

10 Part of speech: Adjective Definition: The lead; someone with Diva like qualities Since Larissa was the lead actress for the school play, her prima donna alter ego took over her mind,and she bossed everyone around as if she were the director herself.

11 Parts of speech: Adjective Definition: talkative, wordy Excessively talkative Jules, who was a naturally garrulous person, talked so much during the meeting that her coworkers grinned and constantly looked at their watches, hoping that she would just shut up already.

12 Part of Speech: Noun Definition: the way in which words are arranged The teacher took DancerLee’s note to her friend, Jackie, and was appalled at the horrid syntax that the note had and threw it away, horrified.

13 Part of Speech: Noun Definition: Wisdom Teenagers lack the sagacity and the wisdom their elders possess, and this wisdom can guide them, saving them a lot of trouble in the future.

14 Part of Speech: Adjective Definitions: 1.Famished; extremely hungry 2. extremely rapacious (greedy) 3.Intensely eager for satisfaction The werewolf, who used to be a young teenage girl, was very ravenous and even though she tried to fight the hunger, she could not control the beast inside so she went after the one she loved the most, her sister.

15 Part of Speech: Adjective Definition: Frugal or stingy M0- Mr. Jones’ son asked for money so he could go the mall, and being the parsimonious man that he was, he only gave him a dollar, even though he had a twenty dollar bill in his pocket that he was not going to use.

16 Part of Speech: Adjective Definition: Highly deadly To avenge the death of her father, Lucy poured virulent poison in his murderer’s cup, and now she awaits his sudden death, and if the poison is a dud, she will use the dagger.


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