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Anxiety A strong feeling of worry (noun) Synonym: nervousness, worry, apprehension Related Words: anxious (adjective) feeling nervous
Despair A feeling of being very unhappy and having no hope (noun) Synonym: misery, hopelessness, gloom Antonym: joy Related Words: desperation (noun) hopelessness
Peculiar strange (adjective) Synonym: strange, unusual, irregular, curious Antonym: normal
Tremble To shake (verb) Synonym: shiver, shake, shudder, quake, tremor,
Utter To speak or make a sound from your mouth (verb) Synonym: say, express, speak, articulate Related Words: utterance (noun) something said as vocal sound
Depressing Making you feel sad (adjective) Synonym: sad, disheartening, gloomy, miserable Related Words: depression (noun) state of sadness
Vacant Empty (adjective) Synonym: empty, unoccupied, free, available Antonym: occupied Related Words: vacancy (noun) unfilled space/position
Mental having to do with the mind (verb) Synonym: intellectual Antonym: physical
Gusts Sudden, strong movements of wind (noun) Synonym: squall, draft, burst
Bizarre Very strange (adjective) Synonym: strange, weird, off the wall Antonym: ordinary
Vault an underground chamber (noun) Synonym: crypt, tomb, mausoleum
Remove To take something away (verb) Synonym: eliminate, eradicate, confiscate
Linger To wait around (noun) Synonym: remain, loiter Antonym: leave
Quivering Shaking (adjective) Synonym: trembling, shuddering
Brawling fighting in a noisy way (adjective) Synonym: scuffle, fight, clash
Terror intense, sharp fear (noun) Synonym: fear, alarm, dread, horror
Nervous feeling uneasy or anxious (adjective) Synonym: edgy, tense Antonym: calm, relaxed
Horror centered upon or depicting terrifying or macabre events (adjective) Synonym: shock, awfulness, repulsion
Workshop 6: Poe: The Master of Horror (Vocabulary) decay dungeon perishanxiety bizarre depressing despair linger mental peculiar remove tremble utter brawling.
Ramona and Her Father. anxious anx-ious adjective Anxious means worried or nervous about something. Synonym- The woman was anxious because she was running.
Discussion Would you please think of as many words as possible to express happiness?
Stress. What is stress? O Stress is the way your body reacts to a difficult or demanding situation. O It can have positive and negative results. O A stressors.
Emotional Intelligence & Self-Control Focal Scriptures (NLT): Psalms 27:13-14 (13) Yet I am confident I will see the Lord’s goodness while I am here in.
THIS IS With Host... Your Column A POS Column B Definition Column C Sentence Column D Word Column E Synonym Column F Antonym.
The Latehomecomer Part III Vocabulary Journal. Vocab Journal (Remember to leave enough room for all 5 parts that are required) 1) Write the word and the.
VOCAB September 29, 2014 Get out your POS Guide Sheet.
Eradicate (ih- rad -i-keyt) WOW! #4. Hoping to eradicate diseases, many charitable organizations donate vaccines and valuable medical supplies to.
Abode We were upset to find out that our abode was broken into when we were vacationing at Disney. Sounds Like: Synonym: Antonym: Parts of Speech: Definition:
…. fear or nervousness about what might happen …. a feeling of wanting to do something very much.
Anxiety Disorders. a group of conditions where the primary symptoms are anxiety or defenses against anxiety. will The patient fears something awful will.
Anxiety Disorders A group of conditions where the primary symptoms are anxiety or defenses against anxiety. The patient fears something awful will happen.
Seriously; badly. severely seriously; badly One who runs away from a bad situation.
What are some ways that help you relieve stress?
THA MENTAL SKILLS TRAINING
Thesaurus Everything you need to know about using it.
Shining Star Book A Vocabulary Unit 2 Part 1. Examples of prefixes dis extra in under un opposite or negative more than usual opposite.
Unit 5 Level A. Homework Schedule: Monday: Completing the Sentence, Synonyms and Antonyms (CTS, S&A) Tuesday: Choosing the Right Word, Vocabulary In Context.
LQ: How do we tackle the language question? STARTER: If you had to discuss the use of language in this extract, what would you comment on? But the words.
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