2 Spelling Words-Long Vowels Say and Spell sustainfeasibledisagreeabledehydratedgyrateoverblownencroachmutuallybutteeuphoniumalliancealternativecommenceindifferencemeagerportraysimultaneoustaunturbanvaried
3 Synonyms- words with similar meanings example: woe, despair, agony Vocabulary WordsSynonyms-words with similar meaningsexample:woe, despair, agony
4 His encouragement helped sustain her spirits. to keep or supportExample:His encouragement helped sustain her spirits.
5 unusually large; overdone or exaggerated overblownunusually large; overdone or exaggeratedExampleHow did this trivial matter get overblown?
6 advance beyond proper limits Example: encroachadvance beyond proper limitsExample:My neighbor’s bushes will encroach on my yard.
7 able to be accomplished, practical feasibleable to be accomplished, practicalExample:An attainable goal is a feasible goal.
8 reciprocally or equally Example: They mutually agreed on a fair price.
9 unpleasant or unenjoyable Example: disagreeableunpleasant or unenjoyableExample:The disagreeable odor was very unpleasant.
10 isolated hill with steep sides and a flat top butteisolated hill with steep sides and a flat topExample:The steep butte stood alone in the desert.
11 lacking water or moisture Example: dehydratedlacking water or moistureExample:I was dehydrated and needed water to drink.
12 brass instrument resembling a tuba euphoniumbrass instrument resembling a tubaExample:A euphonium looks like a tuba.
13 to move in a circle around a fixed point gyrateto move in a circle around a fixed pointExample:I gyrate the hula hoop on my hips.
14 a bond or connection between people, nations, or other groups alliancea bond or connection between people, nations, or other groupsan association formed for mutual benefitExample:The alliance helped them win the war against crime in their neighborhood.
15 one of two or more things that can be selected; a choice or option alternativeone of two or more things that can be selected; a choice or optionanother option, usually one of twoExample:The alternative was worse than the initial punishment.
16 commenceto begin, to startExample:We shall commence at 9:00 a.m.
17 having no preference in the matter lack of concern or interest indifferencehaving no preference in the matterlack of concern or interestExample:Her indifference was reflected in her lack of vote for the choice of class president.
18 falling short of what is needed; lacking richness meagerfalling short of what is needed; lacking richnesslacking or small in quantity or qualityExample:His meager salary did not allow the family to have luxuries.
19 to make a picture or description of portrayto make a picture or description ofto appear as or make something out to be asExample:The movie will portray the banker as a thief.
20 happening, or occurring at the same time Example: simultaneoushappening, or occurring at the same timeExample:The cans of soda had a simultaneous explosion due to the heat trapped in the trunk of the car.
21 to insult by mockery or criticism Example: tauntto insult or make fun of; to ridicule, challenge in an insulting mannerto insult by mockery or criticismExample:The bully liked to taunt his victims.
22 of, relating to, or located within a city Example: urbanof, relating to, or located within a cityExample:The urban neighborhood had a public library nearby.
23 differing in some way; diverse went through a change or transformation varieddiffering in some way; diversewent through a change or transformationExample:Her choice of clothing varied from day to day.