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Jurassic Park Vocabulary Illustrations
Happening at the same time Simultaneous
Cut, tear Laceration
Skill, ability Competence
Interesting, Captivating Intriguing
Instinct, insight Intuition
Keen, Sharp Acuity
Alarm, horror, confusion Consternation
Estimate the value, appraise Assess
Shadow, outline Silhouette
Able to live, possible Viable
Energy source Stimuli
Extreme, profound Intensive
Dull, boring Monotonous
Thief, Bandit Predator
Out in the open, reveal Exposed
Night loving Nocturnal
Loud roar Bellowed
Quick look Glimpse
To end, destroy, kill Terminate
To make bright Illuminate
Intense, agonizing Excruciating
Sad, overly sentimental Maudlin
Land and water creature Amphibian
Second, auxiliary, supplemental Ancillary
Inborn, belonging to from birth Innate
Leaning to one side, rolled Lurched
Thin boney tissue Cartilaginous
Bruise, scrape Abrasion
Multi colored, spotted Dappled
Confused, puzzled, baffled Perplexed
Loss of bearings, confused . Disoriented
Hinder the progress Counterproductive
Not written, Undocumented
Drafting, conceive, plotting Formulating
Deserted, leave, reject Abandoned
To make long, lengthening Elongated
Questioning, curious, nosey Inquisitive
To hold back, press down Suppress
Plant and weed killer Herbicide
Project, extend, swell Protrude
Threatening, dangerous Menacing
Annoy, bother, upset Agitated
Inborn, built in Inherent
Balance of forces, steadiness Equilibrium
Study of reptiles or amphibians Herpetology
Method of computation Algorithm
Native, found in a particular area Indigenous
To waste, spend frivolously Squander
Destroy, mutilate Maim Killed a 3 year old Child
Upper edge of a boat Gunwale
Fierce, aggressive Truculent
Strike and rebound Carom
Slender tube used for transferring liquids Pipette
Irregularity, deviation from the norm Anomaly
Cancer causing Carcinogen
Recognize, legalization, confirmation Validation
Confused, puzzled Bemuse
Wood, wicker Rattan
Number of group members needed to make a decision Quorum
Established pattern Paradigm Summer Fall Winter Spring
Strong, sharp, bitter, overwhelming Pungent
Neighboring, nearby, side Contiguous
Quiet, passive, mild meek Docile
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