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VOCABULARY UNIT 5 Level E
Altruistic (Adj.) Unselfish, concerned about others
Adjective -Unselfish -Concerned with the well-fare of others. Synonym -selfless
Assent ( verb, noun) Agreement (noun) To express agreement (verb)
Verb - To express agreement Noun -Agreement Synonym -accede
Dearth (noun) A lack of Insufficient
Noun - Lack, scarcity, inadequate supply -A famine Synonym - paucity
Diffident ( Adj.) Shyness Lacking confidence Timid Bashful
Adjective - Shy, lacking self- confidence -Modest, reserved Antonym - bold
Embark (verb) To go aboard To begin Launch
Verb - To go aboard - To make a start -To invest Synonym - launch
Indomitable ( Adj.) Invincible Unbeatable Refusing to yield
Adjective - Unconquerable -Refusing to yield Synonym - unconquerable
Plod (verb) To walk heavily, or slowly Trudge
Verb - To walk heavily or slowly -To work slowly Synonym - trudged
Repose (verb)(noun) To rest, to relax ( v.) Relaxation, peace of mind (noun)
Verb - To rest, lie, or place Noun - Relaxation, peace of mind, calmness Synonym - respite
Truculent (Adj.) Deadly Brutal, Fierce and cruel
Adjective - Fierce and cruel - Aggressive - Deadly, destructive -Scathingly harsh Synonym - brutal
Virulent (Adj.) Extremely poisonous, Dangerous Spiteful Hateful, harmful
Adjective - Extremely poisonous - Full of malice -Spiteful Synonym - venomous
November 26, 2012 Get your paper ready for Unit 5 vocabulary. WordDefinition/synonymPicture/sentence Altruistic Assent Benefactor Chivalrous Clemency Dearth.
By: Braylon and Anna 7 th Period. ALTRUISTIC ASSENT BENEFACTOR CHIVALROUS CLEMENCY DEARTH DIFFIDENT DISCREPANCY EMBARK FACILE INDOMITABLE INFALLIBLE PLOD.
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Vocabulary Unit 5. Altruistic The group was altruistic with their ‘feed the poor’ program.
NOUN (pl) Ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions. Synonyms Pranks, shenanigans Antics.
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Able to use both hands equally well ambidextrous.
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