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NEW WORDS Test Oct. 3rd
1.Disengagement ◦ The act of releasing from an action or event ◦ I showed my disengagement to the movie by walking out.
2.Dispassionate ◦ Not showing or not having strong feelings about something ◦ Devin is dispassionate about soccer.
3.Impractical ◦ Not useful ◦ It is impractical to comb your hair with a fork.
4.inappropriate ◦ Not fitting for the time or place ◦ It is inappropriate to wear a bathing suit to school.
5.inconclusive ◦ Uncertain or not clear ◦ Aaron’s x-ray was inconclusive about whether or not he broke his arm.
6.inconsiderate ◦ Not thoughtful of others’ needs or feelings ◦ My cat, Bailey, is very inconsiderate about my need to sleep. She wakes me up every morning at 3:30.
7.preexisting ◦ Living or existing before the present time ◦ The scientist found cave drawings that were preexisting the first known inhabitants of the area.
8.Uncharacteristic ◦ Have a feature or quality that is not usual ◦ It is uncharacteristic for people to have two different colored eyes.
9.unforgivable ◦ Something so bad that a person is not able to forgive ◦ Rick thinks it is unforgivable to be mean to animals.
10.unintelligible ◦ Not easy to understand ◦ The phone reception was so poor, the call was unintelligible.
11.Covert ◦ Hidden; undercover ◦ The Marines led a covert operation to capture the enemy camp.
12.hangar ◦ Storage area for a plane ◦ The airlines had to build a bigger hangar in order to fit the new planes.
13.Counterfeit ◦ Fake; false ◦ The Secret Service originally went after counterfeit money and the people who made it.
14.abhor ◦ hate ◦ Even though she knows I abhor green beans, Mrs. McNeal ate some in my classroom.
15.Renown ◦ fame ◦ Beyonce is a world renown singer and dancer.
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