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Unit Two – Words 1-10 Grade Six Definition Context Clues Synonyms Antonyms More Context Clues adverse arid assailant billow confront constrain contemporary depict disinterested encompass Definition
100 points A large wave; to rise or swell like a wave billow
200 points unfavorable, negative; hostile adverse
300 points constrain to force, compel; to restrain, hold back
400 points to encircle, go or reach around; to enclose encompass
500 points contemporary belonging to the same period of time as oneself
100 points The _________book left me wanting for more vivid details. arid
200 points The ______________was sentenced to one year probation for robbing the store. assailant
300 points Soldiers must face their fears and ___________the enemy on the battlefield. confront
400 points General de Gaulle and President Kennedy belonged to the same time period and are __________________. contemporaries
500 points A moat _____________the castle. encompassed
100 points waterless, parched, boring, unimaginative arid
200 points assaulter, attacker, mugger assailant
300 points face, encounter confront
400 points sketch, draw, picture, illustrate depict
500 points neutral, impartial, unbiased, apathetic disinterested
100 points favorable, positive, helpful, beneficial adverse
200 points trough, deflate, collapse billow
300 points loosen, liberate, unfetter, relax constrain
400 points ancient, prehistoric, antique, antiquated contemporary
500 points leave out, omit, exclude encompass
100 points adjacent adjective
200 points alight verb and adjective
300 points disrupt verb
400 points dynasty noun
500 points hurtle verb
100 points The pelting rain created__________flooding in the lower part of town. adverse
200 points The sail ___________in the wind. billowed
300 points The policeman had to __________the man by placing handcuffs on his wrist. constrain
400 points The artist _____________the ocean using various shades of blue. depicted
500 points A judge should remain ____________in the cases that are brought before him. disinterested
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