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Vocabulary Unit 2 Words 16 – 20 7 th Grade
My little brother was poised and ready to go for the start of his first race. PoisedPoised: (adj.) balanced, calm and controlled, ready for action
The Revolutionary War was fought to free the colonists from the English regime. RegimeRegime: (n.) a government in power; a system of management
The students could see the other class through the transparent glass door. TransparentTransparent: (adj.) easily seen through, easily recognized or understood
Please retard your speed when driving, there are young children playing in the street. RetardRetard: (v.) to slow down, delay
Somehow, Indian holy men can walk unscathed across beds of hot coals. Unscathed: Unscathed (adj.) not injured, unharmed
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