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VOCABULARY WEEK 1
1. DECIPHER Definition: to decode, make sense Sentence: I will decipher the secret message with my decoder. Examples: decipher a code decipher an assignment
2. SYMPATHETIC Definition: feeling sorry Sentence: The girl was acting sympathetic as she talked to her friend who had just lost her grandfather. Examples: sympathetic teacher sympathetic neighbor
3. UNISON Definition: speak or talk together Sentence: The chorus sang in unison at the evening concert. Examples: answer in unison nodded heads in unison
4. PENETRATING Definition: go into or through Sentence: He never stopped asking penetrating questions. Examples: penetrating look penetrating sound
5. IRRITABLE Definition: mad, angry Sentence: He had missed his dinner, and grew irritable. Examples: irritable question irritable baby
6. IMPENDING Definition: Coming soon, occurring soon Sentence: I awoke with a feeling of impending disaster. Examples: impending decision impending event
7. PREDICTION Definition: what you think will happen Sentence: The meteorologist made a prediction about the weather next week. Examples: game prediction weather prediction
8. CONCEDE Definition: give in, give up Sentence: The government had to concede when an attack was made. Examples: concede a game concede a truth
9. PROPOSITION Definition: to offer Sentence: The man considered a new business proposition. Examples: fair proposition difficult proposition
10. DWINDLE Definition: to become less Sentence: The boy watched the money in his savings account dwindle to nothing. Examples: workforce dwindled authority dwindled
11. DESCEND Definition: to move from a high point to a low point Sentence: We can only hear the creaky stairs as we descend to the cellar. Examples: descend from the sky descend down the mountain
12. BEWILDERMENT Definition: confusion Sentence: He shook his head in bewilderment. Examples: look of bewilderment feeling of bewilderment
13. PERSIST Definition: to keep at it Sentence: Contact your doctor if the cough persists. Examples: Patient persists Customer persists
14. ILLUMINATE Definition: to light up, to explain Sentence: The city installed new lights to illuminate each street. Examples: illuminate the tree illuminate an idea
15. MUTUAL Definition: having the same feeling Sentence: The family had a mutual agreement that they would eat supper together each night. Examples: mutual agreement mutual feeling
16. PROSECUTE Definition: carry on legal action against Sentence: The police decided not to prosecute because there was not enough evidence. Examples: prosecute someone lawyer prosecutes
17. VIGOROUSLY Definition: done with much energy Sentence: He shook his head vigorously. Examples: run vigorously campaign vigorously
18. TOLERATE Definition: to put up with, withstand Sentence: They were able to tolerate each other’s differences. Examples: tolerate abuse tolerate the sun
19. ANTICIPATE Definition: to think about before it happens Sentence: The farmer anticipated the arrival of the storm. Examples: anticipate an event anticipate a question
20. PROPERTY Definition: characteristics Sentence: A radio signal has an electrical property. Examples: property of matter magnetic property
21. DECEIVE Definition: mislead, lie Sentence: The boy deceived his parents when he told them he was at a friends house. Examples: deceive yourself deceive the government
22. IMPATIENTLY Definition: not able to wait Sentence: She impatiently waited for her flight to take off. Examples: Impatiently waiting Impatient people
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