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1)Ballast – Heavy material used to make a ship steady The ballast in the middle of the ship started cracking.
2) Bouyant – Able to float The life jackets are buoyant enough to support a 200-pound person.
3) Clamber – To climb awkwardly The children clambered over the playground equipment.
4) Detach – To separate from I had to detach the top part and return the bottom part.
5) Eerie – Causing uneasiness; strange or mysterious The music in the horror movie was eerie.
6) Fathom – To figure out; to understand I can not fathom why you would not do your homework!
7) Pique – To arouse or excite The clues piqued my interest in the mystery.
8) Probe – To poke or prod I probed the snow to figure out the depth.
9) Realize – To be aware of You must realize that you need to do your homework.
10) Rupture – To split or break The earth ruptured from volcano.
11) Sphere – a ball or globe The earth is not quite a sphere because of the poles.
12) Submerge – To put underwater or cover with water The flood waters submerged my parents’ house.
13) Tedious – Seeming to go on for a long time; boring Sometimes, chores can be tedious!
14) Ultimate – Something that is the greatest; the maximum Winning the state championship was the ultimate for him!
15) Unscathed – Completely unharmed They made it through the car accident completely unscathed.
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