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VOCABULARY LIST THREE ENGLISH 1
ANIMATED Adjective Means "full of life" or "lively" (other forms: animate, animated) (adverb: animatedly) The animated performer created a scene of magic and amazement.
Verb (culminates, culminating, culminated)(noun: culmination) Means to "reach a high point" or "end" I was hoping that the action of the protest would not culminate in police retaliation. CULMINATE
DOWNRIGHT Adjective Means "absolute" or "blunt" as something being in the face of something. The student felt like a downright fool when he tried to be funny and the joke backfired in front of the whole school.
Verb (drones, droned, droning) to make a buzzing sound or speak in a dull tone of voice The car alarm droned on and on, preventing the neighborhood from having a restful night. DRONE
INDULGE Verb (indulges, indulged, indulging) Means "to give in to a wish or desire" The boy will indulge in as much ice cream as possible if he eats all of his brussels sprouts.
Noun Means "quality of giving off light, brightness, or glitter" The luster coming off my new Shelby Ford Mustang was blinding. LUSTER
MISCELLANEOUS Adjective Means "mixed" or "of different kinds No conjugation I have a miscellaneous collection of 1980's cartoon action figures.
Verb(seething, seethes, seethed) Means to be excited or disturbed My dad was seething because he found out that I lied about staying over Johnny's house last night. SEETHE
UNIQUE Adjective No Conjugation Means "one of a kind" or "found in only a given place" I was in a unique situation when I had to choose from becoming a super-powered mutant or a magician.
Verb verifying, verified, verifies Means "to get to the truth" or "to confirm" He needed to verify that he actually won the lottery! VERIFY
o VERB (BROODING, BROODS, BROODED MEANS “TO THINK IN A WORRIED, UNHAPPY WAY.” THE FOOTBALL PLAYERS DID NOT BROOD OVER THEIR LOSS, AND THE TEAM LEARNED FROM THEIR LOSS. BROOD
VERB (LOOMING, LOOMED, LOOMS) MEANS “TO COME INTO VIEW.” THE UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT IN THE SKY LOOMED BEHIND THE CLOUDS AS THE PLANE FLEW BY. Loom