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VOCABULARY PARADE SIXTH GRADE 2013 EUGENE FIELD
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MS. BARCLAY’S CLASS
ANDREW BECK Inane : (Adjective) Silly, stupid, foolish, idiotic.
ZOE BRAND Gaudy: (Adjective) Extravagantly bright or showy
COLTON CONNORS Outrageous: (Adjective) shockingly bad or excessive: wildly exaggerated or improbable
STEFFON COOPER Bizarre: (Adjective) very strange or unusual, especially to cause interest or amusement
MCKENNA ERICH Mellow: (Adjective) Calm and relaxed use of humor
MELISSA GIBBS Sombre: (Adjective) someone or something dark or gloomy
CYLENCE GOULD Delirious: (Adjective) Really sick, high fever, you get so ill that you see hallucinations. An incoherence of thought and speech.
CHASE HERIE Nocturnal: (Adjective) done, occuring, or active at night
CHLOE HUBBARD Sage: (Adjective) showing wisdom and good judgment
TAYLOR HUTCHERSON Luminous: (Adjective) glowing with health
CURTIS JENKINS Enthusiastic: (Adjective) showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval
BRYCEN JONES Wily: (Adjective) cunning, sly, crafty, mischievous
ALEXIS KIRKPATRICK Jumbo: (Adjective) A very large person or thing
PAIGE KUNZLER Obnoxious: (Adjective) extremely unpleasant
CORBEN LIEBHART Burly: (Adjective) a big and strong person, heavily built
ASHLIE LIZOTTE Vicious: (Adjective) deliberately cruel or violent being rude or mean intentionally
KARLEE SEEK Foreigner: (Adjective) Someone from another country
SEBASTIAN STAINS Malicious: (Adjective) Evil minded, evilly disposed
BIANCA YOCAM Arrogant: (Adjective) When you think you’re better than other people.
LEXIE PAYNE Monstrous: (Adjective) Having the ugly or frightening appearance of a monster, unnatural in form
MRS. FAUCETT’S CLASS!!
RYLIE BACON Gluttonous: (Adjective) An excessively greedy eater
JOSHUA BARNES Ambitious: (Adjective) Having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed.
ANNA BLACHAR Hypochondriac: (Noun) A person who expresses extreme anxiety, mainly as to health matters
JACOB DAY Lackadaisical: (Adjective) Lacking enthusiasm and determination, carelessly lazy
EMMA DONALDSON Discombobulated: (Adjective) Someone who is confused and disconcerted
ANNABELLE GASCOIGNE Conceited: (Adjective) All about yourself, full of yourself, selfish
CAECE HERRING Flamboyant: (Adjective) Noticeable because brightly colored, highly patterned, or unusual in style
SAMSON HOLCOMB Prestigious: (Adjective) High ranked, popular, famous
JAKE JUDAH Machismo: (Noun) To be obsessed with your strength
JOMEL KELLOGG Dapper: (Adjective) Neat and trim in dress appearance or bearing
ELLA KIRKENDOLL Uncouth: (Adjective) Clumsy, lacking good manners, refinement or grace
JAMIE LAW Superstitious: (Adjective) To believe in things that may not be real
ELIZABETH LEPKOWSKI Slovenly: (Adjective) Untidy or unclean in appearance
CADEN MCCAULEY Brawny: (Adjective) Strong and athletic
TREVOR MEYER Zany: (Adjective) Crazy or really excited
JESSICA MILLER Mogul: (Noun) A person who has great power, many possessions
CADE SIMMONS Tenacious: (Adjective) Not letting go or giving up or separated from an object that one holds
PAYTON SMITH Preeminent: (Adjective) Having paramount rank, dignity or importance
HAILEY SPITZER Vivacious: (Adjective) Cheerful, happy, and high spirited
KIERSTEN STITES Tawdry: (Adjective) Showy, cheap and of poor quality
MADISON STITES Sumptuous: (Noun) splendid and expensive looking
FELIX WANG Narcissistic: (Adjective) Have a fascination with oneself and vain
MRS. MEYER’S CLASS!!
CORBIN Muscular: (Adjective) Having a robust muscular body
BRENDAN ARNOLD Mythical: (Adjective) Something that someone does that is unbelievable
JARED BECK Infuriated: (Verb) Seething or mad
JENNIFER Anonymous: (Adjective) When ones identity is hiding, unknown
COLLIN GENTRY Stalwart: (Adjective) Strong, unyielding, valiant
LIZA HEELER Emaciated: (Verb) To be or become very thin
ISABELLA Bewildered: (Adjective) Causing someone to become perplexed and confused
CHASE LARSON Imaginative: (Adjective) Showing creativity and inventiveness
RUTH Poised: (Adjective) Balance: stability
EMMA PALMER Mute: (Adjective) Refraining from speech or temporarily speechless
AUSTIN PRAWITZ Daredevil: (Noun) Someone who takes risk and does dangerous things
NICK RANDLEMAN Injured: (Adjective) Hurt or to cause pain or harm
JEREMIAH Strapping: (Adjective) Physically active and strong
ASHER SMITH Enthusiastic: (Adjective) Having or showing great excitement and interest
EMMALEIGH STAMPER Zany: (Adjective) One who plays the clown or fool to amuse others
TAYLOR Terrified: (Adjective) Afraid or fearful
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