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Unit One - Words 1-10 - Grade Sixapparel compress dispatch expressly forsake besiege denounce douse famished gainful More Context Clues Definition Context Clues Synonyms Antonyms Definition
100 points - Definition to attack by surrounding with military forces; to cause worry or trouble besiege
to plunge into a liquid, drench; to put out quickly, extinguish200 points - Definition to plunge into a liquid, drench; to put out quickly, extinguish douse
to give up, renounce; to leave, abandon300 points - Definition to give up, renounce; to leave, abandon forsake
400 points - Definition compressto press together; to reduce in size or volume; a folded cloth or pad applied to an injury compress
profitable; bringing in money or some special advantage500 points - Definition profitable; bringing in money or some special advantage gainful
100 points – Context Clues Since no food or water had been provided before the race, those who reached the finish line were _________. famished
200 points – Context Clues The bank officer received a _________ that told him to close early for the day. dispatch
300 points – Context Clues A computer is not a tool ________ meant for students. This tool is used is many industries and by people of all ages. expressly
400 points – Context Clues It was ________ for the woman to be able to type so well. It helped her to get the job. gainful
500 points – Context Clues The nervous student was ________ with worry since he had not at all prepared for the test even though it would decided whether he passed on to the next grade. besieged
100 points - Synonyms explicitly expressly
200 points - Synonyms attire apparel
300 points - Synonyms slay dispatch
400 points - Synonyms encircle, hound besiege
500 points - Synonyms moneymaking gainful
100 points - Antonyms expand compress
200 points - Antonyms keep forsake
300 points - Antonyms acclaim denounce
400 points - Antonyms satiated famished
500 points - Antonyms kindle, dehydrate douse
to condemn openly; to accuse formally100 points – Definition to condemn openly; to accuse formally denounce
suffering severely from hunger or from lack of something200 points – Definition suffering severely from hunger or from lack of something famished
clothing, that which serves as dress or decoration300 points – Definition clothing, that which serves as dress or decoration apparel
plainly, in so many words; for a particular purpose400 points- Definition plainly, in so many words; for a particular purpose expressly
500 points- Definition to send off or out for a purpose; to kill; an official message; promptness, speed; the act of killing dispatch
I _________ the sponge before I could wipe the counter top.100 points – More Context I _________ the sponge before I could wipe the counter top. doused
200 points – More Context The computer files were so large that they did not fit on the flash drive. First, we had to __________ them in a zip file. compress
300 points – More Context The little kitten had been _________ at the farm, so the farmer took it in and kept it in the barn. forsaken
400 points – More Context In some propaganda techniques used by advertisers, people rarely _______ a product. Instead they say that a percentage of people prefer a different product. denounce
500 points – More Context The babushka worn by my Slovak grandmother was part of her traditional _________. apparel
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