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Bamboozle To take in by elaborate methods of deceit; hoodwinked.
Conspicuous- adj. Easy to notice; obvious.
Limpid- adj. Clear, transparent, or pellucid, as water, crystal, or air.
Din(2)-n. A jumble of loud, discordant sounds.(2) to stun with deafening noise.
Perplexed - adj. Filled with confusion or bewildered; puzzled.
Bewilderment – n. The condition of being confused.
Discombobulate – tr. v. To throw into confusion
Muddle (3) – v. To mix up in a confused or bungling manner; jumble. 2. to cause to become mentally confused. 3. to cause to become confused or stupid with as if an intoxicating drink.
Clarity Clearness of appearance.
"rupt" = break. rupture (v) to burst or break open.
Ch 23 Section 1 Notes. How Solutions Form ( )—a mixture that appears the same throughout and is uniformly mixed at the molecular level. ( )—substance.
( adj. ) – harsh, grating, loud Examples: Synonyms : Vociferous, harsh, clamorous, discordant Antonyms : Soft, yielding, harmonious strident.
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What is Matter? Physical Science Chapter 2 Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space All the materials you can hold or touch Examples –You –This.
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