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Vocabulary 7 Using Synonyms
Alluring Tempting, fascinating; desirable, irresistible, enchanting; attractive
Curtail Reduce, diminish; restrict; cut short
Disdain Scorn; dislike, hate, reject; look upon something with contempt or scorn
Flaunt Show off; brag, boast, display, crow, gloat; display ostentatiously
Impetuous Reckless; impulsive, abrupt; characterized by rash or sudden energy
Pervade Spread throughout; infiltrate, fill up, cover; spread through every part of
Pestilent Deadly; fatal, lethal, mortal; relating to serious and widespread illness or plague
Sedate Calm; quiet, gentle, motionless, peaceful; calm or composed
Solace Comfort, relief; something that gives comfort or relief
Stagnation Motionless; staleness, inactivity; process of becoming foul or stale from lack of movement
Vocabulary 8 Greek Word Roots
Anachronism Something out of its proper time period
Anthropomorphic Resembling human form; attributing human form to something not human
Dehydration Lessoning or absence of water; drying up
Euthanasia A good death; a “mercy killing;” putting to death painlessly
Genealogy Knowledge about one’s ancestors; study of family history and ancestors
Hierarchy Ranking with most powerful at the top; a system ranking things in order
Hypodermic Under the skin
Periphery Around the outside; outer boundary
Psychopath Person with a diseased mind; mentally ill person
Traumatic Severely damaging; relating to a serious physical or psychological injury
Vocabulary 9 Word Families
Cognition The act of thinking
Corpulent Fat, obese
Dormant Inactive; at rest
Elaborate Detailed, complicated
Innovate Make something new, introduce changes
Insoluble Incapable of being solved or dissolved
Interrogation A formal questioning session
Sentiment Feeling or emotion
Sonorous Rich and full of sound
Transcribe Make an exact copy of
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