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Solidarity (noun) – fellowship between members of a group Examples: Synonyms : Unity, harmony, camaraderie Antonyms : discord
Spendthrift (noun) – a person who spends money wastefully Examples: Synonyms : Wasteful, prodigal, squanderer Antonyms : miser
Stoic (n. & adj.) – not affected by passion or feeling Examples: Synonyms : strong Antonyms : Weak, emotional
Succinct (adj.) – brief, concise Examples: Synonyms : Concise, short, to the point Antonyms : Long-winded
Succumb (verb) – to give way to a superior force Examples: Synonyms : Yield, give in, submit, surrender Antonyms : To overcome, triumph, beat
Superfluous (adj.) – unnecessary, in excess of what is needed Examples: Synonyms : Extra, surplus, excessive Antonyms : Basic, essential
Taciturn (adj.) – being of few words Examples: Synonyms : Reticent, silent, reserved Antonyms : Talkative, communicative
Tantamount (adj.) – equivalent in effect or meaning Examples: Synonyms : Equal, synonymous Antonyms : Different, unequal
Tirade (noun) – a long, harsh, often abusive speech Examples: Synonyms : Outburst, lecture, rant Antonyms :
Torpid (adj.) – without energy, sluggish Examples: Synonyms : Sluggish, idle, inactive, slothful, lazy Antonyms : Energetic, lively, active
Satiate (verb) – to satisfy fully Examples: You don’t need to satiate your desire to have money in order to be happy. The bag of chips satiated my hunger.
Premonition (noun) – a feeling that something is about to happen Examples: Synonyms : Forewarning, feeling, suspicion, inkling Antonyms :
SAT VOCABULARY. Abridge (v) – to shorten Abstemious (adj) – sparing in the use of food or drink Abhor (v) – to loathe or detest; hate Aesthetic.
Hot SAT Words: Lessons # 1-10 Lessons # 1-5 Cat Got Your Tongue – using few words; being quiet The Runaway Mouth – speaking The High and Mighty – feeling.
Dirge ( noun )a funeral song expressing mourning in commemoration of the dead Synonym – elegy, requiem, lament.
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
1. fortitude (noun – abstract) – power to endure pain or confront danger; Examples: Soldiers need fortitude to face the enemy. Synonyms : moral strength.
Wordpieces 4.5. erg/urg “work” “work” surgical adjective adjective Very precise; clear and accurate Very precise; clear and accurate Synonym: exact Synonym:
Part of Speech: Verb Definition: To shorten by chopping off Synonym: Abbreviate, Clip Antonym: Lengthen, Stretch Sentence: The tailor had to.
Lesson 1 Cat Got Your Tongue?. Brevity (n) briefness or conciseness in speech or writing. For the sake of brevity, choose your words with care. Limited.
LESSON 1: CAT GOT YOUR TONGUE? Words Relating to Using Few Words or Being Quiet.
Week 21 Vocabulary Objectives: 1. Help us become more sophisticated readers…so we understand fluently what we read. 2. Help us understand words in context,
Per. 7 Rebecca. Unit 14 words vocabulary 11. Laud (v.) to praise synonyms: hail, extol, glorify, exalt Antonyms: criticize, censure, belittle,
Recluse (adj.) or (noun) – someone who lives in seclusion Examples: The recluse man did not have many friends because he lived alone and was not very sociable.
Brevity (n.) shortness Synonym – terseness Antonym – verbosity.
Academic Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary These are words students should know and be able to use in their own vocabulary.
Level D. Concise (adj) As a rule of thumb, editors and readers appreciate writing that is concise and forceful. expressing much in a few words Synonyms:
Vocabulary list 5. Abhor To detest; to regard with horror and loathing Synonyms: loathe, abominate, execrate Antonyms: relish, fancy, cherish, revere.
Hot Words for the S.A.T. Lesson 1: Cat Got Your Tongue? Words Relating to Using Few Words or Being Quiet.
Unit III Vocabulary. broach: Verb - to talk about for the first time antonym: withdraw, not mention canvas: Noun – a strong cloth used as a surface for.
To give up; to surrender to surrender (verb). kuh-pich-uh-leyt pronunciation:
Unit XVI Vocab. clause -noun: a specific condition stated within a contract or other document -synonyms: condition, agreement covert -adj: secretive -Antonym:
Vocabulary SENTENCE FROM TEXT DEFINTION ILLUSTRATION USE IN YOUR OWN SENTENCE PART OF SPEECH SENTENCE FROM TEXT DEFINITION ILLUSTRATION USE IN YOUR OWN.
Definition- stinging, bitter in temper or tone Part of Speech- adjective Synonyms- biting, rancorous, hostile, peevish Antonyms- gentle, warm, mild, cordial.
( adj. ) – harsh, grating, loud Examples: Synonyms : Vociferous, harsh, clamorous, discordant Antonyms : Soft, yielding, harmonious strident.
Unit 5 Vocabulary- We’re Going to Ride Third Grade.
Parts of Speech By: Miaya Nischelle Sample. NOUN A noun is a person place or thing.
Vocabulary Work Template Instructions: Use this template to create your own vocabulary study notes. Simply highlight the template slide in the side margin,
Raconteur (noun) – skilled storyteller Examples: The raconteur at the elementary school told a story to the students. The raconteur educated the children.
Vocabulary Card Type a sentence using the word. Type the definition Type a synonym Type an antonym Type the word.
_____________________ Definition Part of Speech (circle one) Picture Antonym (Opposite) Vocab Word Noun Pronoun Adjective Adverb Conjunction Verb Interjection.
Nacho and Lolita. brilliance bril-liance noun The brilliance of the feathers on the birds amazed the zoologists. Brilliance means sparkly and shiny Synonym-Antonym-
12 G Vocab Week 2. Vocabulary Square Part of Speech And Definition 2 Synonym 2 Antonym Picture (or sentence) Word.
Focus Vocabulary 9/2-9/5. Focus Words for antagonistic 0 indolent 0 prodigal 0 sartorial 0 exigent.
Relevant ADJECTIVE Connected with or related to the matter at hand Synonyms: Pertinent, Germane, Applicable Antonyms: Unconnected, Extraneous.
NOUN (pl) Ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions. Synonyms Pranks, shenanigans Antics.
Destruction Terrible damage (noun) Synonym: damage, devastation Related Words: destroy (verb) – to break apart.
E UNIT Acquiesce: (V.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit Synonyms: comply with, accede, consent, yield Antonyms: resist, protest.
(adj) – ordinary; not outstanding Examples: No one could remember the nondescript student because he didn’t make a lasting impression. Synonyms : Antonyms.
Bellringer: Tuesday Put your research projects in the basket and pick up an Article of the Week. The AoW is due Thursday. Set up your paper or note cards.
Hot SAT Words Lessons LESSON # 14 ENERVATED!!! Lacking Energy Lacking Movement No GET-UP-AND-GO!
Transcendent (adj.) – going beyond known limits Examples: Synonyms : Inspiring, uplifting, magnificent Antonyms : Ridiculous, absurd.
ACT/SAT Words of the Day Cabell Midland High School Week 7 September 30-October 4, 2013.
Hot SAT Words: Lessons # 1-10 Lesson #2: The Runaway Mouth Words Relating to Speaking.
SAT VOCABULARY WEEK 1. VOCABULARY REQUIREMENTS 1 Composition Notebook 2. Write down memory tips in your notebook underline or highlight word roots, prefixes,
Today Vocabulary Receive Section One Guiding Questions Begin reading Deadline Tuesday/Wednesday: continue reading; begin paragraph components Thursday:
Alternate - (verb) to do, use or happen in successive turns; to take turns. We chose two students to ____________ in the lead roles for our class clay.
(noun) – a piece of land Examples: Synonyms : Area, territory, region Antonyms : void tract.
Wordpieces th English Mrs. Rogers. homo The same The same.
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