2 Spelling Words-Short Vowels Say and Spell hamperimpulsiveoptimismaccomplicedispensemustacheliteralvalidcriminalenhanceanonymousawedhumilityhysterialurchperishtranquilityvalidwholesomewoe
3 Synonyms- Vocabulary Words words with similar meanings example: happy, glad, joyful
4 to hinder or prevent the progress of hamperto hinder or prevent the progress ofExample: Rain will hamper our plans to have a picnic.
5 given to acting without thinking first impulsivegiven to acting without thinking firstExample: The impulsive boy spoke without thinking.
6 belief that good things happen optimismbelief that good things happenExample: Optimism makes you believe you can do it.
7 one who helps or assists with something accompliceone who helps or assists with somethingExample: I won’t help or be an accomplice to a crime.
8 to distribute something give out dispenseto distribute somethinggive outExample: Vending machines dispense candy when paid.
9 facial hair that is above the lip mustachefacial hair that is above the lipExample: The hair above his lip is called a mustache.
10 taken or mean word for word as is literaltaken or mean word for wordas isExample: My words are literal: I’m not exaggerating.
11 one who breaks the law criminal Example: The criminal was caught with stolen merchandise in her pocket.
12 make better; intensify; or improve enhancemake better; intensify; or improveExample: Spices will enhance and improve the flavor of the beef.
13 anonymous- nameless or unnamed: having an unknown source not known by name or authorExample:The anonymous donor gave ten thousand dollars to the charity event.
14 hysteria-uncontrollable excitement or emotion; a mental disorder in which physical symptoms as extreme as blindness or partial paralysis can occur without a physical causeExample:There was hysteria among the crowd.
15 the quality or condition of being serene or calm state of serenity tranquility-the quality or condition of being serene or calmstate of serenityExample:There was a feeling of tranquility near the goldfish pond.
16 being conducive to sound health or well-being; sound wholesome-being conducive to sound health or well-being; soundhealthy; promoting good habitsExample:The family meal provided was wholesome and nourishing.
17 deep distress or misery, as from grief; a misfortune or difficulty woe-deep distress or misery, as from grief; a misfortune or difficultyExample:The victims of war suffer much woe even after they are safe.
18 well grounded; just; having legal force something true, legitimate valid-well grounded; just; having legal forcesomething true, legitimateExample:The report was valid and provided many details.
19 lurch-to move suddenly and unsteadily; stagger; to roll or pitch suddenly or unsteadilyExample:The wagon gave a sudden lurch forward when the horse was startled.
20 awed-to fill with a feeling of wonder, fear, and respect inspired by something mighty or majesticcaused great amazement, respect, or dreadExample:The crowd was awed by the meteor shower.
21 the quality or condition of being modest or humble meekness humility-the quality or condition of being modest or humblemeeknessExample:He showed great humility as he received several awards.
22 to die be destroyed or ruined perish- Example: If the plane should crash, all aboard will perish.