Presentation on theme: " Verb To reprimand or berate harshly; censure; excoriate. On a show called Bad Girls Club, the girls continued to lambaste each other constantly."— Presentation transcript:
Verb To reprimand or berate harshly; censure; excoriate. On a show called Bad Girls Club, the girls continued to lambaste each other constantly over nonsense.
Noun A position or situation which there is no escape; deadlock. We were going to be in an impasse if we didn’t do our community service, knowing we would have to repeat the grade.
Noun Unintelligible or meaningless talk or writing; gibberish. Every time I have a conversation with a gang member, it is always jargon words coming out their mouth.
Verb To discourage or restrain from acting or proceeding. In class, people cant deter the reckless things they do which causes them to get in trouble.
Adjective Lacking a sound basis, as reasoning; unsubstantiated; As the conversation went on, the argument became more tenuous because they had no proof.
Adjective Energetic; forceful When Tiana is about to race she is vigorous as they line up in the heats.
Noun Seriousness or sobriety When Mrs. Ryan is teaching her class she had a sense of gravitas, making sure that everything is taken seriously.
Adjective Assertive, confident I felt very emphatic when I auditioned for the school play because I knew I had fit all the standards to win the role.
Adjective Strong feeling, forceful, passionate His feelings were very vehement when he purposed to her at the dinner table.
Adjective Superior, outstanding, above the rest My performance seemed very preeminent due to all the great remarks I got that night.
Noun Rising or tending to rise again. When I seen John resurgence against Abigail's lies it surprised me.
Noun Friendship Kyiara and I don’t get along all the time, therefore we do not have amity that our parents approve of.