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Abscond Verb: To run off and hide
Access Noun/Verb Approach or admittance to places, persons, things
Anarchy Noun: A lack of government and law; confusion; chaos
Arduous Adj: Hard to do, requiring a lot of effort
Auspicious Adj: Favorable, fortunate
Biased Adj: Favoring one side ; prejudiced, partial
Daunt Verb: To overcome with fear, intimidate
Disentangle Verb: To free from tangles or complications, unravel
Fated Adj: Determined in advance by destiny or fortune
Hoodwink Verb: To mislead by a trick; deceive
Inanimate Adj; Not having life; without energy or spirit, lifeless
Incinerate Verb: To burn to ashes, cremate
Intrepid Adj: Very brave, fearless, courageous
Larceny Noun: Theft, stealing, burglary
Pliant Adj: Bending readily, flexible
Pompous Adj: Overly self-important in speech and manner; excessively stately or ceremonious
Precipice Noun: Very steep cliff; The brink or edge of disaster
Rectify Verb: To make right, to correct, remedy
Reprieve Noun: Temporary relief or delay, correct, remedy
Revile Verb: To attack with words, call bad names, malign
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.
Vocab 4 Vocabulary. abscond to run off and hide (lending money scam)
Unit 4. abscond absent – to run off and hide Or When you run (off and hide), you will develop strong abs.
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…
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English 1. V- to run off and hide Syn – bolt, make off, skip town.
Level D Unit 4 English 9. He hoodwinked everyone by absconding with the prototype shortly after the larceny. He was so pompous that he drove the getaway.
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.
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.
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.
VOCAB WEEK abscond On Halloween, the children absconded with the extra candy on the porch. If you abscond with someone else’s notebook, I will be.
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.
Shostak Unit 4 Picture Associations. Arduous[Arduous] Lifting the heavy boxes during the move was arduous work. Definition: (adj.) hard to do.
Level D Unit 4. Synonym: bolt make off skip town Antonym: NA.
It’s Vocab Time!. Vocabulary Workshop, Level D Etymologies: Unit 4 Abscond (v.) to run off and hide.
Abscond A.steal B.stay home C.skip town D.arrive at.
To run off and hide abscond. stay, respite, a temporary relief reprieve.
VOCABULARY WORKSHOP (Level D) By Mrs. Hamilton. Unit 1.
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
Vocabulary Level D Notes 1.Pronunciation key is below the word. 2.Darken all semi-colons because they separate distinct definitions. 3.Write vocab. word.
English 1H Vocabulary Units abscond (v.) to run off and hide SYN: bolt, make off, skip town.
AkiakAkiak Vocabulary Words Houghton Mifflin Reading Theme 1 - Journeys Vocabulary Words Houghton Mifflin Reading Theme 1 - Journeys Created by Mike Brewer.
(adj.) – hardly noticeable Examples: The students didn’t understand the teacher’s subtle allusion to disciplinary consequences. Synonyms : slight, faint,
ROMEO & JULIET VOCAB Unit 1 20 Words Quiz Friday.
Vocabulary Week 2. Zack had to vanquish his fear of the dark before going camping with his friends.
Words to Go Lesson 10G. tax Part of speech: verb Definition: to burden Driving in rush hour traffic can tax my nerves. Part of speech: noun We have to.
SAT Vocabulary Week 4 Feb Attainment Part of Speech: Noun Definition: act of achieving Synonyms: achievement, accomplishment, realization.
Word Definition Part of Speech Sentence Picture.
( adj. ) – harsh, grating, loud Examples: Synonyms : Vociferous, harsh, clamorous, discordant Antonyms : Soft, yielding, harmonious strident.
Word Wizard Flashcards. Prefixes PREFIXMEANINGEXAMPLES un-not, oppositeunlock mis-badly, wronglymisunderstand com-together, withcompress sub-undersubmarine.
VOCABULARY UNIT 6 Level E. Accede Accede (verb) Consent To yield to.
To Kill a Mockingbird Vocabulary CHAPTERS apothecary DEFINITION A person who prepares drugs for medical use Part of Speech: noun SENTENCE The woman.
Definition: correctness in behavior and manners; standards or conventions of socially acceptable behaviors Derivative: Sentence: Proper decorum is to.
Vocabulary list 1 Definitions, Parts of Speech, and Example Sentences.
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Parts of Speech By: Miaya Nischelle Sample. NOUN A noun is a person place or thing.
Arduous Pronunciation: \ ˈ är-jə-wəs, -dyu ̇ -, -jü-əs\ Function: adjective Etymology: Latin arduus high, steep, difficult; akin to Old Irish ard high.
Combat Zone Introduction to Vocabulary. Ambush (verb) Meaning to attack from a place of hiding Example If someone tried to ambush me, I would feel…
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Most confusing words Adjective Adverb bad badly good well real really sure surely most most almost.
Word of the Day Week of September 24 th. affluent: having a lot of money Part of Speech: adjective synonym: wealthy Which words mean about the same as.
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