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1 Johnny Tremain Spelling/Vocabulary Chapters 1-4

2 Cause to become smaller or less intense A.Fetch B.Flourish C.Insult D.Abate

3 Cause to become smaller or less intense A.Fetch B.Flourish C.Insult D.Abate

4 Someone who insists on complete obedience from others A.nonchalance B.piety C.autocrat D.sluggard

5 Someone who insists on complete obedience from others A.nonchalance B.piety C.autocrat D.sluggard

6 Speak to or treat with disrespect or scornful abuse; offend A.insult B.venerate C.grumbling D.fetch

7 Speak to or treat with disrespect or scornful abuse; offend A.insult B.venerate C.grumbling D.fetch

8 Too many to be counted (often used hyperbolically); countless A.innumerable B.formidable C.mundane D.flaccid

9 Too many to be counted (often used hyperbolically); countless A.innumerable B.formidable C.mundane D.flaccid

10 The trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care; a casual lack of concern A.nonchalance B.piety C.sluggard D.apprentice

11 The trait of remaining clam and seeming not to care; a casual lack of concern A.nonchalance B.piety C.sluggard D.apprentice

12 The quality of being religious or reverent; devoutness; godliness A.autocrat B.apprentice C.nonchalance D.piety

13 The quality of being religious or reverent; devoutness; godliness A.autocrat B.apprentice C.nonchalance D.piety

14 Regard with great respect; revere A.venerate B.insult C.flourish D.abate

15 Regard with great respect; revere A.venerate B.insult C.flourish D.abate

16 Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable: “a formidable opponent”; tremendous A.flaccid B.mundane C.innumerable D.formidable

17 Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable: “a formidable opponent”; tremendous A.flaccid B.mundane C.innumerable D.formidable

18 A lazy, sluggish person; slacker A.apprentice B.autocrat C.nonchalance D.sluggard

19 A lazy, sluggish person; slacker A.apprentice B.autocrat C.nonchalance D.sluggard

20 A person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed period at low wages A.autocrat B.piety C.apprentice D.sluggard

21 A person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed period at low wages A.autocrat B.piety C.apprentice D.sluggard

22 Lacking interest or excitement; dull A.innumerable B.mundane C.formidable D.flaccid

23 Lacking interest or excitement; dull A.innumerable B.formidable C.mundane D.flaccid

24 Complain or protest about something in a bad- tempered but typically muted way; make a low rumbling sound A.grumbling B.flourish C.fetch D.venerate

25 Complain or protest about something in a bad- tempered but typically muted way; make a low rumbling sound A.grumbling B.flourish C.fetch D.venerate

26 Soft and hanging loosely or limply A.flaccid B.mundane C.formidable D.innumerable

27 Soft and hanging loosely or limply A.flaccid B.mundane C.formidable D.innumerable

28 Go for and then bring back (someone or something) A.fetch B.abate C.venerate D.grumbling

29 Go for and then bring back (someone or something) A.fetch B.abate C.venerate D.grumbling

30 Grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way; thrive A.fetch B.abate C.flourish D.grumbling

31 Grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way; thrive A.fetch B.abate C.flourish D.grumbling

32 Abate Antonym: Increase, Intensify

33 apprentice Antonym: Mentor, teacher

34 autocrat Antonym: pushover

35 fetch Antonym: Drop, free

36 flaccid Antonym: Firm, taut, tight

37 formidable Antonym: Feeble, friendly, harmless

38 grumbling Antonym: Praise, compliment

39 innumerable Antonym: Computable, countable

40 insult Antonym: Acclaim, approve

41 mundane Antonym: Exciting, heavenly

42 nonchalance Antonym: Caring, compassion, concern

43 piety Antonym: Disloyalty, impiety

44 sluggard Antonym: Overachiever, workaholic

45 venerate Antonym: hate


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