Procedure Part of Speech: Noun Definition: a particular course or mode of action. Sentence: The procedures in this classroom are very important.
Grief Part of Speech: Noun Definition: Deep sadness Sentence: He was overcome with grief after he heard that the building burned down.
Sheared Part of Speech: Verb Definition: Cut off sharply Sentence: The great cliffs sheared off into the sea.
Accommodate Part of Speech: Verb Definition: to adjust actions in response to the needs of somebody Sentence: The splendid dining room comfortably accommodates up to 100 guests for a sit down meal.
Monotonous Part of Speech: Adjective Definition: uninteresting or boring Sentence: Sally's work in the bakery became monotonous and she got bored.
Superior Part of Speech: Adjective Definition: above average in excellence Sentence: I think that Coca-cola is superior to Pepsi.
Cliché Part of Speech: Noun Definition: an overused expression Sentence: Perhaps the cliché “break a leg” was not the best thing to say to the dancer before she performed.
Wallowed Part of Speech: Verb Defintion: Rolled and tilted Sentence: The pig wallowed in the mud.
Rural Part of Speech: Adjective Definition: outside the city Sentence: She lives in a rural part of the country, surrounded by farmland.
Immense Part of Speech: Adjective Definition: huge; immeasurable Sentence: There was immense damage to the World Trade Center after the first plane hit.
Hoax Part of Speech: Noun Definition: intended to deceive Sentence: The police spent two days searching for the kidnapped child, but it turned out to be a hoax.
Intimidate Part of Speech: verb Definition: to fill with fear Sentence: Don’t let the doctor intimidate you; there is nothing to fear.
Mimic Part of Speech: verb Definition: to copy Sentence: The vice president tried to mimic the president after his absence.
Originate Part of Speech: verb Definition: to begin, start, or arise Sentence: The practice originated during the Middle Ages.
Strive Part of Speech: verb Definition: to try hard Sentence: Amos strives to make good grades in all of his classes.
Exaggerate Part of Speech: verb Definition: to overstate or magnify beyond truth Sentence: Sydney exaggerates sometimes when she says that the fish she caught was as big as a dump truck.
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