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1 House of Scorpion Words. Lavish Anemia Lizzy Oliver Pd.6

2 Lavish Adjective.  Definition: - Expended, bestowed or occurring in a profusion of amount.  Synonyms: Antonyms: -extravagant -limited –wasteful -bargain finder -spender -coupon collector  Example Sentences: The doctor made a lavish investment to his town’s hospital. The rather rich child always had a lavish birthday party. Bill Clinton has a lavish house which is filled with twenty bathrooms and four pools. (Note: The Bill Clinton sentence is not factual.)  Origin: -Middle English  Sentence in Text: -Page 84, paragraph 1. “…Ceila praised Matt lavishly.”

3 Anemia Noun  Definition: -A reduced number of red blood cells that causes weakness and breathlessness.  Synonyms: Antonyms: -lack of blood -lively -sick -active -unhealthy -healthy  Example Sentences: -The child was diagnosed with anemia and could not participate in sports. -Doctor Dan was aware the patient was anemic but had no clue he had leukemia. -Molly was anemic therefor was unable to walk around the amusement park for very long.  Origin: Greek/ New Latin  Sentence in Text: Page 23, 2 nd paragraph on page. “….It has mild anemia.”


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