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Level D Unit 4
Synonym: bolt make off skip town Antonym: NA
Synonym: N–entry admittance entree Antonym: N- total exclusion
Synonym: chaos disorder turmoil pandemonium Antonym: law and order peace and quiet
Synonym: hard difficult laborious fatiguing Antonym: easy simple effortless
Synonym: promising encouraging Antonym: ill-omened ominous sinister
Synonym: unfair partial bigoted Antonym: fair impartial unprejudiced just
Synonym: dismay Antonym: encourage embolden reassure
Synonym: unravel unwind unscramble unsnarl Antonym: tangle up ensnarl snag
Synonym: destined preordained doomed Antonym: accidental chance random
Synonym: dupe put one over on Antonym: clue in on be honest to
Syn: lifeless dead spiritless Ant: living alive energetic lively sprightly
Syn: burn up cremate reduce to ashes Ant; NA
Syn: valiant courageous daring Ant: timid cowardly craven
Syn: stealing robbery burglary Ant: NA
Syn: supple flexible elastic plastic Ant: rigid stiff inflexible sent in stone
Syn: pretentious bombastic Ant: unpretentious unaffected plain
Syn: cliff crag bluff ledge Ant: abyss chasm gorge
Syn: remedy set right Ant: mess up botch bungle
Noun: a temporary relief or delay Syn: stay respite Ant: postponement delay Verb: to grant a postponement Syn: postpone delay Ant: proceed
Syn: malign denounce put down Ant: praise acclaim idolize
Level D Unit 4. Synonym: bolt make off skip town Antonym: NA.
English 1. V- to run off and hide Syn – bolt, make off, skip town.
Unit 4 Level D. Access (n) approach or admittance to places, persons, things; and increase, (v) to get at, obtain Synonyms: (n) entry, admittance, entrée.
Vocabulary Unit 4 Level D. Abscond (v) The thieves who absconded with several of the museum’s most valuable paintings have never been found. To run off.
Vocabulary Unit 4 Mrs. Williams English 9 and 9B.
Level D, Unit 4 NINTH LIT. VOCABULARY. (v.) to run off and hide The thieves who absconded with several of the museum’s most valuable paintings have never.
Unit 4 Level D. Abscond (v.) to run off and hide Synonyms: bolt, make off, skip town The thief absconded with the money from the bank hoping to skip town.
Abscond (verb) to run off and hide Synonyms: bolt, make off, skip town The kitty absconded with the kitty brush. Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle…
Abscond Verb: To run off and hide. Access Noun/Verb Approach or admittance to places, persons, things.
English 1H Vocabulary Units abscond (v.) to run off and hide SYN: bolt, make off, skip town.
To run off and hide abscond. stay, respite, a temporary relief reprieve.
VOCABULARY WEEK 8 ONLY 10 MORE TO GO!. INCINERATE Verb- To burn to ashes.
ABSCOND TO RUN OFF AND HIDE. ACCESS APPROACH OR ADMITTANCE TO PLACE, PERSONS, THINGS; AN INCREASE; TO GET AT, OBTAIN.
Vocabulary Terms Unit 4. Terms ABSCOND ACCESS ANARCHY ARDUOUS AUSPICIOUS BIASED DAUNT DISENTANGLE FATED HOODWINK INANIMATE INCINERATE INTREPID LARCENY.
(noun) – a piece of land Examples: Synonyms : Area, territory, region Antonyms : void tract.
(adj.) – hardly noticeable Examples: The students didn’t understand the teacher’s subtle allusion to disciplinary consequences. Synonyms : slight, faint,
( adj. ) – harsh, grating, loud Examples: Synonyms : Vociferous, harsh, clamorous, discordant Antonyms : Soft, yielding, harmonious strident.
Academic Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary These are words students should know and be able to use in their own vocabulary.
(verb) – to shorten by cutting off Examples: The teacher decided to truncate the detailed explanations. Synonyms : Abridge, shorten, abbreviate Antonyms.
Dinosaur Fossils Unit 4 Story 3 By Mrs. Nailon. Fossils Hardened remains of an animal or a plant that lived long ago. Hardened remains of an animal or.
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Vocabulary Card Type a sentence using the word. Type the definition Type a synonym Type an antonym Type the word.
UNIT 10 LEVEL F. Noun Definition: a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for a literary work Sentence: When reading a text, making annotations,
Vocabulary Strategies. Apply any and all of the following strategies to assist with your acquisition of any vocabulary word. Utilize my dictionaries and.
Good Day To You! So much to do, so little time… We need to get busy.
Good Day To You! We have some work to do.. Do Now Poems typically use figurative language, explain the following quote based on a figurative interpretation:
Date:. Definition: Part of speech: Synonyms: Antonyms: Collocations: Original sentence:
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Vocabulary Challenge. 1 st CLUE Nelson was Tina’s _________ in the chess match. She was the only opponent that could possibly beat him at the game. 2.
+ Analogies. + #1 Object/Function (OF) Scissors : cut :: shovel : dig Hand : grasp :: teeth : bite The first part of the analogy is a noun and the second.
Phrasal verbs. Meanings Pass up : not to take advantage of something/ miss Pass away : die Pass over : ignore or reject Give in : admit defeat or surrender.
Vocabulary Stash. Word 1 Word 8 Word 5 Word 2 Word 3 Word 4 Word 6 Word 9 Word 7 Word 10.
Oedipus Vocabulary Review Sheet due on Monday 11/3 Quiz: Wednesday 11/5.
Objective: To use a variety of vocabulary including synonyms and antonyms Objective: To use a variety of vocabulary including synonyms and antonyms Key.
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Unit 4. abscond absent – to run off and hide Or When you run (off and hide), you will develop strong abs.
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Diamante’ Poetry. What is a diamante’ poem? A diamante’ is a poem in the shape of a diamond. It does not have to rhyme, but each line uses specific types.
Parts of sentences Our rhyme to show the words we know and their meanings.
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Use… Context Clues Stop – no need to run to the dictionary! The meaning of the word you don’t know may be right there in the text! text! C. Blonski 12/12.
Definition: To say something true. Part of speech: Verb Synonyms: Confess Antonyms: Reject Original sentence: I admitted the crime to the judge.
Accountable Even though the student was absent from school, he knew he was accountable for having his homework complete when he returned. Def: taking ownership.
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VOCABULARY LESSON 12 ABDULLA LOOTAH. ADAMANT Meaning : Unbreakable due to hardness. Antonym : Fragile.
Start DiscriminateEllis IslandUnfair Laws Hard WorkImmigrantsFrustrated TRUEAirplaneFALSE Chapter 4: How Do People Become A Part of Our Country? 1. People.
Glum Sentence: Don’t be so glum about your bad grade. You’ll do better next time. –Synonyms: unhappy, depressed –Antonyms:happy, enthusiastic (adj.) dejected,
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