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VOCABULARY WEEK 7 MUCH DEFINE- HOW YOU ENGLISH PLZ?
ABSCOND Verb- to run off an hide
ACCESS Noun- approach or admittance to places,persons, thinkgs; an increase Verb- to get at, obtain
ANARCHY Noun- a lack of government and law; confusion
ARDUOUS Adjective- hard to do, requiring much effort
AUSPICIOUS Adjective- Favorable, fortunate
DAUNT Verb- to overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage
DISENTANGLE Verb- to free of tangles or complications
FATED Adjective- determined in advanced by destiny or fortune
HOODWINKED Verb- to mislead by a trick, swindle
INANIMATE Adjective- not having life; without energy or spirit
ABSCOND TO RUN OFF AND HIDE. ACCESS APPROACH OR ADMITTANCE TO PLACE, PERSONS, THINGS; AN INCREASE; TO GET AT, OBTAIN.
Vocabulary Terms Unit 4.
Abscond Verb: To run off and hide. Access Noun/Verb Approach or admittance to places, persons, things.
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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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English 1. V- to run off and hide Syn – bolt, make off, skip town.
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Mrs. Williams English 9 and 9B
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.
Shostak Unit 4 Picture Associations. Arduous[Arduous] Lifting the heavy boxes during the move was arduous work. Definition: (adj.) hard to do.
Ninth Lit. Vocabulary Level D, Unit 4.
Think of a sentence to go with this picture. Can you use any of these words? then if so while though since when Try to use interesting adjectives, powerful.
Abscond A.steal B.stay home C.skip town D.arrive at.
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Francais 2 WEEK 5 DAY 4. Opener Ir verbs quiz – review and then complete.
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It’s Vocab Time!.
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