1. diabolic adj. fiendish; wicked (p. 16) 2. divulge v. to make known, especially something secret (p. 16) 3. flinch v. to draw back, as from something painful or unpleasant (p. 36) 4. gullible adj. easily fooled (p. 30) 5. huzza interj. used to express joy (p. 20)
6. primly adv. excessively precisely or properly (p. 17) 7. roost v. to perch or settle, especially for the night (p. 1) 8. shrapnel n. fragments from an exploding shell or bomb (p. 30) 9. cadaver- n- a dead body, especially one that is to be dissected 10. edible- adj.- suitable for eating by human beings
For each analogy, write out and place the correct vocabulary in the blanks 1. ______: eating :: rest : sleeping 2. angry : happy :: sad : _____ 3. fooled : mislead :: ____ : naïve
Use each of the following vocabulary words in a sentence. Go for seven words per sentence. 1. Diabolic 2. Divulged 3. Flinch
Use each of the following vocabulary words in a sentence. Go for seven words per sentence. 1. Primly 2. Cadaver 3. Edible
What can you infer from the following? Answer each with a complete sentence. Go for seven words per sentences. 1. Kerry flinched away from the fire. His arm was red, blisters were forming and it was very painful. 2. Karen was jumping up and down screaming huzza! 3. Mary tripped and shrapnel from her grandmother’s plate flew in every direction.
Write out each of the following sentences filling in the blanks with the correct vocabulary word. 1. The chicken’s favorite _____ was high on the fence by the old oak tree. 2. Gina _____ sat down with her shoulders straight and smoothed out her dress. 3. The flower on top of the cake was completely _____.
Write the following vocabulary words and then write a matching synonym for each. 1. Diabolic 2. Cadaver 3. Roost
Use each of the words in sentences. Go for seven words per sentence. 1. Gullible 2. Flinch 3. Shrapnel
List the vocabulary word that matches the synonyms given. 1. Yes! Woah! Oh!: ______________ 2. properly, prissily, precisely: ___________ 3. perch, settle, rest: _____________