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Vocabulary Study Week 11 WP V2B 12. Raze (rays) To level to the ground To level to the ground To tear down or demolish To tear down or demolish LINK-Rays.

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1 Vocabulary Study Week 11 WP V2B 12

2 Raze (rays) To level to the ground To level to the ground To tear down or demolish To tear down or demolish LINK-Rays LINK-Rays

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4 The alien RAYS RAZED the city.

5 The demolition team RAZED the building so that a new one could be constructed. The demolition team RAZED the building so that a new one could be constructed. Beach erosion has RAZED the good bathing beaches where we live. Beach erosion has RAZED the good bathing beaches where we live. Bombs RAZED the town until not one building was left standing. Bombs RAZED the town until not one building was left standing.

6 Inert (in URT) Inactive Inactive Sluggish Sluggish LINK-In dirt LINK-In dirt

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8 Worms are INERT IN DIRT in the winter.

9 After Thanksgiving dinner, the family sat around and remained INERT the rest of the day. After Thanksgiving dinner, the family sat around and remained INERT the rest of the day. The INERTNESS of pigs must be an inherited quality. The INERTNESS of pigs must be an inherited quality. When the motor quit, the car lacked INERTIA and rolled to a stop. When the motor quit, the car lacked INERTIA and rolled to a stop.

10 Crevice (KREV us) A cracked forming an opening A cracked forming an opening LINK-Crevasse LINK-Crevasse

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12 A small CREVICE sometimes grows into a large CREVASSE.

13 Walter’s lucky coin fell into a CREVICE between two stones and was never seen again. Walter’s lucky coin fell into a CREVICE between two stones and was never seen again. The farmer’s weathered face was covered with wrinkles the size of small CREVICES. The farmer’s weathered face was covered with wrinkles the size of small CREVICES. The mountain climber’s fingers slipped from a CREVICE in the rocks, and he fell into a CREVASSE a thousand feet deep. The mountain climber’s fingers slipped from a CREVICE in the rocks, and he fell into a CREVASSE a thousand feet deep.

14 Novelty (NAHV ul tee) Newness Newness LINK-Novel LINK-Novel

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16 The first NOVEL was a NOVELTY.

17 The kids rode their new bikes all day until the NOVELTY wore off. The kids rode their new bikes all day until the NOVELTY wore off. When first invented, television sets were only an interesting NOVELTY. When first invented, television sets were only an interesting NOVELTY. Visiting Walt Disney World for the first time is an enjoyable NOVELTY. Visiting Walt Disney World for the first time is an enjoyable NOVELTY.

18 Paltry (PAWL tree) Insignificant Insignificant Of little value Of little value LINK-Poultry LINK-Poultry

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20 PALTRY POULTRY.

21 Jake left the waitress a PALTRY tip because her service was poor. Jake left the waitress a PALTRY tip because her service was poor. The PALTRY cowards ran from the battle and refused to defend their country. The PALTRY cowards ran from the battle and refused to defend their country. The lawyer was inexperienced and could manage only a PALTRY defense for his client. The lawyer was inexperienced and could manage only a PALTRY defense for his client.

22 Delectable (dee LEK tuh bul) Pleasant Pleasant Delightful Delightful Savory Savory Delicious Delicious LINK-Lick the bowl LINK-Lick the bowl

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24 Granny’s pudding was so DELECTABLE, the family LICKED THE BOWL.

25 The guests said the dinner was DELECTABLE. The guests said the dinner was DELECTABLE. All the frozen dinners look DELECTABLE in the grocery store, but sometimes that food is not as good as it looks. All the frozen dinners look DELECTABLE in the grocery store, but sometimes that food is not as good as it looks. There is nothing that smells more DELECTABLE than bacon frying on an open campfire. There is nothing that smells more DELECTABLE than bacon frying on an open campfire.

26 Peril (PEAR ill) Something dangerous or risky Something dangerous or risky The condition of being in danger or at risk or harm The condition of being in danger or at risk or harm LINK-Pearl LINK-Pearl

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28 The PERILS of PEARL diving.

29 Because he skipped school, Billy was in PERIL of losing his part in the school play. Because he skipped school, Billy was in PERIL of losing his part in the school play. It is PERILOUS to ride a bicycle on the highway at night. It is PERILOUS to ride a bicycle on the highway at night. One PERIL of sky diving is you could land in a cactus patch. One PERIL of sky diving is you could land in a cactus patch.

30 Lull (lull) Temporary period of calm Temporary period of calm Lessening of noise Lessening of noise To cause to sleep or rest To cause to sleep or rest LINK-Dull LINK-Dull

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32 The movie was DULL; it LULLED us to sleep.

33 The high winds finally LULLED. The high winds finally LULLED. Laura’s mom LULLED her to sleep by singing a soothing song. Laura’s mom LULLED her to sleep by singing a soothing song. A LULL in the storm gave us a chance to run to our cars and get to safety. A LULL in the storm gave us a chance to run to our cars and get to safety.

34 Douse (DOW sus) To immerse in liquid To immerse in liquid To drench To drench LINK-House LINK-House

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36 Firemen DOUSE the burning HOUSE.

37 The fire started in the kitchen, but Billy had the good sense to DOUSE the flames before they spread. The fire started in the kitchen, but Billy had the good sense to DOUSE the flames before they spread. I quickly DOUSED the rumor that I was leaving school and studying abroad. I quickly DOUSED the rumor that I was leaving school and studying abroad. Mother DOUSED our dog in flea spray. Mother DOUSED our dog in flea spray.

38 Derelict (DER uh likt) Deserted Deserted Abandoned Abandoned Neglected Neglected LINK-Deer licked LINK-Deer licked

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40 DEER LICKING DERELICTS.

41 A DERELICT ship, rusty and unpainted, lay anchored at the dock. A DERELICT ship, rusty and unpainted, lay anchored at the dock. Our coach was DERELICT in her duties and often missed team practices. Our coach was DERELICT in her duties and often missed team practices. DERELICTS who beg in the streets are often the product of broken homes and poor education. DERELICTS who beg in the streets are often the product of broken homes and poor education.


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