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(v) To set apart or designate for a special purpose; to distribute Synonyms: assign, allot, apportion
(adj) very enthusiastic, impassioned Synonyms: intense, zealous, fervent, avid Antonyms: indifferent, stolid, phlegmatic, apathetic
(adj) persistent, attentive, diligent Synonyms: industrious, unremitting, sedulous Antonyms: lazy, lackadaisical, shiftless
(adj) prone to act in a hasty manner; impudent Synonyms: rash, impetuous, brazen, impertinent Antonyms: prudent, wary, cautious, circumspect
(adj) subject to whims or passing fancies Synonyms: impulsive, fickle, unpredictable, mercurial Antonyms: constant, steady, steadfast, unwavering
(v) to inflict physical punishment as a means of correction; to scold severely Synonyms: discipline, censure Antonyms: commend, reward
(adj) abundant; plentiful; wordy, verbose Synonyms: ample, profuse, bountiful Antonyms: inadequate, meager, scanty, concise
(v) to turn aside; to stray from a norm; (n) one who departs from a norm; (adj) differing from a norm, heterodox, unconventional Synonyms: (v) diverge, veer, swerve Antonyms: (v) conform to, abide by; (adj) orthodox
(adj) unnaturally thin Synonyms: gaunt, withered, shriveled Antonyms: plump, fat, obese, corpulent
(v) to rejoice greatly Synonyms: revel, glory Antonyms: mope, sulk, regret, rue, lament
(adj) knotted, twisted, lumpy Synonyms: knotty, misshapen, contorted Antonyms: smooth, unblemished, straight
(n) a payment for damage or loss Synonyms: compensation, restitution, reparation
(n) a hint; a vague notion Synonyms: clue, intimation, suggestion
(adj) clear, transparent; readily understood Synonyms: lucid, intelligible Antonyms: clouded, murky, opaque
(adj) almighty, having unlimited power or authority Synonyms: all-powerful Antonyms: powerless, impotent, feeble, weak
(adj) agreeable to the taste or one’s sensibilities; suitable for consumption Synonyms: edible, appetizing, attractive Antonyms: inedible, distasteful, disagreeable
(adj) deeply affecting, touching; keen or sharp in taste or smell Synonyms: heartrending, bittersweet, melancholy Antonyms: unaffecting, bland, vapid, insipid, funny
(n) bitter resentment or ill-will Synonyms: animosity, enmity, bitterness Antonyms: goodwill, harmony, rapport, amity
(adj) immature and overconfident; conceited Synonyms: pretentious, superficial, fatuous Antonyms: mature, judicious, sage, knowledgeable
(adj) arising naturally; not planned or engineered in advance Synonyms: unpremeditated, unplanned, impromptu Antonyms: premeditated, planned, contrived, rehearsed.
REVIEW OF VOCABULARY PROCEDURE Every Monday you will receive 10 vocabulary words that you will be tested on, the following Monday (or Tuesday if there.
Unit 9 Vocabulary Sophomore Level E. Allocate Verb To set apart or designate for a special purpose; to distribute Little Flower allocates funds.
Unit 9 Vocabulary Level E. allocate DEF = (v.) to set apart or designate for a special purpose SYN = assign, allot, apportion When you ALLOCATE money,
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Apportion, distribute allocate. unplanned, unpremeditated spontaneous.
PinkYellowGreenBlueGreen. To join at one end or be next to Synonyms: border on, bolster.
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Acclimate To get used to Synonym: Habituate; accustom I need to acclimate myself to my new fish tank.
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NOUN (pl) Ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions. Synonyms Pranks, shenanigans Antics.
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Accomplice – (n.) A person who takes part in a crime Synonyms – partner, helper, assistant Antonyms – adversary, foe.
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Romeo and Juliet Impetuous Youth Word Sort. impetuous Word Sort Directions: Sort the words below into THREE categories hasty spontaneous deliberate contemplative.
To corrupt I have unkempt hair!
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I love Learning!. Synonym A synonym is a word that has the same or almost the same meaning as another word.
Plot – the related series of events that make up a story Exposition- the first part of the plot that explains the background and often introduces.
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Somber (adj.) dark, gloomy; depressed Examples: His somber countenance made everyone question what could have happened to him. I don’t like funerals because.
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Level G Unit 9. ACCLAMATION Definition: (n.) a shout of welcome; an overwhelming verbal vote of approval Synonym: ovation, cheering Antonym: booing, hissing,
Created by Jillian Lawrence. Definition: (adj.) extremely difficult to understand Synonyms: arcane, recondite, occult Antonyms: simple, straightforward.
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Apposite (adj) Appropriate; suitable; apt Syn: relevant, pertinent, material Ant: irrelevant, immaterial, inappropriate **appropriate.
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Spelling List # Melodious – adj. Pleasant to hear. Synonym = tuneful Sentence = She sings in a melodious voice.
Part of Speech: Verb Definition: To shorten by chopping off Synonym: Abbreviate, Clip Antonym: Lengthen, Stretch Sentence: The tailor had to.
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Absolve (verb) to clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt Synonym: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon Antonym: condemn, convict, incriminate,
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