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AMENEABLE (ah MEE nuh bul) –Pleasant, agreeable 1 1.The Seminole Indians were AMENABLE to our sharing revenue from the games at their bingo hall. 2. Jack.

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1 AMENEABLE (ah MEE nuh bul) –Pleasant, agreeable 1 1.The Seminole Indians were AMENABLE to our sharing revenue from the games at their bingo hall. 2. Jack was such a classy guy, always AMENABLE to any reasonable solution to a problem. 1.The Seminole Indians were AMENABLE to our sharing revenue from the games at their bingo hall. 2. Jack was such a classy guy, always AMENABLE to any reasonable solution to a problem.

2 PRECARIOUS (pruh KA REE us) – unstable, unsafe 2 1. Alena’s habit of arriving at work late almost every morning made her job future PRECARIOUSLY uncertain.

3 CRITERION (kry TEER ee un) – Standard to judge something 3 1. There is no special CRITERION for making a fortune, but some say the fastest way is to marry rich.

4 GUISE (gyze) – Appearance 4 1. Every night the undercover detective would enter the toughest part of town in the GUISE of a junkie, uncovering the identity of many drug pushers.

5 LESION (LEE zhun) – Wound, injury 5 1.Ebola is an infectious disease characterized by open LESIONS of the skin. 2. When a person has a LESION, even a small one that will not heal, it is time to see a doctor. 1.Ebola is an infectious disease characterized by open LESIONS of the skin. 2. When a person has a LESION, even a small one that will not heal, it is time to see a doctor.

6 GIRD (gyrd) – to encircle, to prepare 6 1. Michelle’s job each week of the soccer season was to GIRD the field with a line of white chalk to mark the boundaries of the playing.

7 FETISH (FET ish) – object of obsession 7 1. Her psychologist said the reason Darlene had a FETISH of washing her hands a dozen times a day was because she had a guilt complex about something in her past life, and was trying to wash the guilt away.

8 DISPERSE (dis PURS) – To distribute widely 8 1. The police arrived and DISPERSED the crowd with threats of arrests if they did not leave the parade grounds.

9 DISSOLUTION (dis uh LOO shun) – To break into parts 9 1.Nothing could prevent the DISSOLUTION of our fraternity, even if we were the worst on campus. 2. The DISSOLUTION of the committee for fine arts left the matter of payment to the artists undecided. 1.Nothing could prevent the DISSOLUTION of our fraternity, even if we were the worst on campus. 2. The DISSOLUTION of the committee for fine arts left the matter of payment to the artists undecided.

10 FORAGE (FOR uj) – Hunt for food When the last of our provisions were gone, it was decided that two men would take our only rifle and go FORAGING for game.


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