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Vocabulary 13 Using Context Clues
Adept Very skilled; proficient; expert
Axiom A self-evident truth; a universally accepted principle or rule
Complement Something that completes or makes perfect; either of two parts or things that constitute a whole; counterpart; full quantity or amount
Confound To perplex or amaze; confuse; to throw into confusion or disorder; to contradict or refute
Cumulative Increasing or growing by accumulation or successive additions
Delve To carry on intensive and thorough research for data, information, or the like
Diligent Constant in effort to accomplish something; done or pursued with persevering attention; painstaking; industrious; untiring; tireless
Superlative Of the highest kind or order; excessive or exaggerated, as in language
Tantalize To torment with the sight or prospect of something desired that cannot be reached or attained; tease by arousing expectations
Unerring Not going astray or missing the mark; undeviatingly accurate; unfailingly right or appropriate
Vocabulary 14 Compound Words
Backlash An antagonistic reaction to an earlier action
Benchmark A standard in measuring or judging a quality or characteristic
Common sense Sound judgment
Gridlock Complete lack of movement or progress
Outsource Send work to an outside resource
Overkill More of something than is necessary or appropriate
Superhighway An expressway that has four or more lanes for traffic
Tip-off Confidential disclosure
Underdog One that is expected to lose
Wind chime Hanging decoration that makes noise when there is a breeze
Vocabulary 15 The Latin Roots frag and fract
Defray To undertake the payment of costs or expenses
Fractional Comprising a part or the parts of a unit; comparatively small; inconsiderable or insignificant
Fractious Peevish, irritable, or quarrelsome; refractory or unruly; testy, petulant; snappish; touchy; stubborn; difficult
Fragment A small part broken off or detached; to break or separate something into small pieces
Frail Physically weak or delicate; easily broken or destroyed
Fritter To reduce or squander little by little
Infraction A violation of a law or rule
Infringe To trespass or encroach on; to violate or go beyond the limits of
Osprey A large fish-eating bird
Refractory Obstinately resistant to authority or control; resistant to treatment
Word List: frail, fract, frag = break; shatter. a break in a part of the body a break in a part of the body.
ROOT WORDS Frail, Fract, Frag = Break; Shatter. Fractals The type of geometry that creates broken patterns out of a smaller version of a design.
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