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Vocabulary 4 Using Synonyms
Convoluted Having many overlapping folds or paths; complicated; complex; involved
Endorse Give approval or support to; favor
Enhance Heighten, intensify; increase, raise
Evade Escape or avoid by cleverness; outwit, avoid
Giddy Lighthearted; silly; foolish; deliriously happy
Impede Interfere with; slow the progress of; block
Innocuous Harmless; inoffensive
Insuperable Impossible to overcome; invincible, unbeatable
Interminable Having or seeming to have no end; infinite, perpetual
Wary Watchful, cautious; doubtful, suspecting
Vocabulary 5 The Prefix re-
Recourse Turning to someone or something for help or protection; a turning to something
Recuperate To recover health or strength; become healthy again
Refute To prove false by argument; argue back
Rejuvenated Made youthful or new again; made young again
Remorse Deep pain caused by guilt for past wrongdoing; repeated gnawing in one’s gut
Renowned Widely known; widely honored or famous
Repel To keep away; fight back; force back
Resentment Ill will felt as a result of a perceived insult or injury; rancor directed at a slight
Resigned Deliberately giving up; accepting; to renounce or relinquish; giving up
Retract To take back; draw back; pull back
Vocabulary 6 The Suffix -ize
Centralize Draw toward a center; bring under central control; to become central
Economize Become careful in spending money; reduce spending or avoid waste
Equalize Make equal
Idealize Become ideal or perfect; to regard as excellent or perfect
Immobilize Make unmovable or fix the position of; make unable to move
Materialize Become substantial or real; take on concrete form; appear suddenly
Maximize Cause to become the greatest; increase or make as great as possible
Mesmerize Hypnotize; fascinate
Rationalize Treat with reason; make something understandable; to come up with believable but untrue reasons for one’s behavior
Scrutinize Treat with close examination; examine or observe carefully
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