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annihilate ● Verb ● To destroy completely ● The hurricane could annihilate the town.
berate ● Verb ● To scold sharply or harshly ● It isn’t fair to berate me for an accident that wasn’t my fault.
devise ● Verb ● To work out or create something by thinking to invent ● Two prisoners worked together to devise an escape plan.
dormant ● Adjective ● Sleeping or as if sleeping; not active ● Rose bushes are dormant in the winter,but they start to grow again in the spring.
frenzy ● Noun ● Very great excitement; a wild outburst of feeling or action ● Five ambulances arrived at once, and the emergency room burst into a frenzy of noise and activity.
improbable ● Adjective ● Not likely to happen or be true; unlikely ● My brother hopes to get a car for his birthday, but I think that’s improbable.
jeopardy ● Noun ● Great risk or danger or loss, injury, or death ● The troops at the front lines faced the greatest jeopardy.
lax ● Adjective ● Not careful or watchful enough; careless ● Allowing too much freedom ● Not tight or firm The coach was lax about whether we showed up for practice, so our team was pretty bad.
meager ● Adjective ● Barely enough or not enough in amount or quantity ● The tiny store on the corner has only a meager supply of canned goods.
obstruction ● Noun ● Anything that is an obstruction; someone or something that interrupts or gets in the way. ● A fallen tree created an obstruction in the road.
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