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Brain Train #1
Embark Embark means to begin a trip or journey, often on a ship, a train, or a plane.
Bolt Bolt: Bolt means to run away suddenly or to dash off quickly.
procrastinate To procrastinate is to delay or put off doing something you know you should do simply because you don’t want to do it.
Novice A novice is a beginner, someone who’s not very experienced or is new to something. A novice has few skills.
cease Cease means to put an end to or stop-right now!
apprentice An apprentice is someone who learns a craft, an art, or trade by working for someone who is already skilled.
veteran A veteran is somebody who has a lot of experience in an activity or in a profession. Also, a veteran is someone who has served in a war.
sage A sage is a very wise person who may share his or her wisdom with others. Sage also means wise, solemn, or sound, and can describe ideas, thoughts, or judgment. A sage is likely to offer sage advice.
coy Coy means shy, quiet, modest, or bashful. Someone who is coy may be pretending to be more reserved than he or she really is.
irk To irk means to bother, annoy, irritate, or trouble someone.