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VOCABULARY LIST #7
Definition can’t stand Sentence The smell is repulsive to people, it attracts flies and other insects. Examples repulsive swearing repulsive scene 1. repulsive
Definition sad Sentence The entire interview was pathetic. Examples pathetic accident pathetic excuse 2. pathetic
Definition one in office Sentence The incumbent was challenged by a liberal candidate. Examples incumbent mayor incumbent school board member 3. incumbent
Definition victorious Sentence The pep band played a triumphant tune after the win. Examples triumphant parade triumphant revolt 4. triumphant
Definition hostile, ready to fight Sentence A peace treaty was signed between the belligerent enemies. Examples belligerent boxer belligerent parent 5. belligerent
Definition high-pitched, piercing Sentence The baby possessed a shrill cry. Examples shrill scream shrill music 6. shrill
Definition small, trivial Sentence There has been a paltry handful of students who have offered to help. Examples paltry sum of money paltry amount of seats available 7. paltry
Definition imaginary, not true Sentence The boy was said to have mythical strength and powers. Examples mythical playmate mythical creature 8. mythical
Definition seriously Sentence The doctor gravely replied to the patient’s question. Examples gravely ill gravely look 9. gravely
Definition to conceal or hide Sentence The two men discussed an obscure sentence in the contract. Examples obscure the evidence obscure the view 10. obscure
Definition not giving up, toughness Sentence Even though the team lost, their tenacity prevailed. Examples tenacity of a bulldog tenacity of the attorney 11. tenacity
Definition ask for, order Sentence He had to write a special requisition order to get his new iPad. Examples requisition supplies requisition of land 12. requisition
Definition to try Sentence Some students do not exert much effort to do well in school. Examples exert to succeed exert energy 13. exert
Definition bright, shining Sentence The student performed a radiant poem that she had written to the student body. Examples a radiant smile the radiant sun 14. radiant
Definition positive, for Sentence They answered the questions in the affirmative. Examples affirmative vote affirmative defense 15. affirmative
Definition irregular, not normal Sentence Scientists found an abnormal weak spot in the planet’s magnetic field. Examples abnormal weather abnormal lab results 16. abnormal
Definition make a broad statement Sentence Doctors can only generalize on the outcome based on the statistics given to them. Examples generalize about news generalize conclusions 17. generalize
Definition steal Sentence The crooks were planning to pilfer gasoline from cars. Examples pilfer your lunch pilfer supplies 18. pilfer
Definition happening, an event Sentence We were delayed by an unexpected occurrence. Examples an exciting occurrence natural occurrence 19. occurrence
Definition run down, in bad condition Sentence Despite his dilapidated garb and unkempt hair, he maintains a role of quiet authority. Examples dilapidated shed dilapidated house 20. dilapidated
Definition deep enough for ships or water travel Sentence The captain was uncertain if the Hudson Strait was navigable. Examples navigable river navigable channel 21. navigable
VOCABULARY WEEK DECIPHER Definition: to decode, make sense Sentence: I will decipher the secret message with my decoder. Examples: decipher a code.
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Unit Competition. 一 Functional Items: Warning and Prohibition Some rules of the competition : 1 Don’t cheat during the competition. 2 Don’t open your.
Once upon a time in a land far far away well not that far away came a boy called tom he was from South Africa “right who knows the answer to that question.
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Sight Words. the of and a to in is you that.
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Continue Communication Screen Incoming message…. Welcome Cadet! I know you had little training, but we needed you for this urgent mission. The people.
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