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Lesson 5 Vocabulary Mrs. Frazee
Kate became jaded about love after the third boyfriend in a month broke up with her.
Jaded Adjective Worn out; dulled, as from overindulgence Synonyms: exhausted, wearied, tired, spent Antonyms: fresh, unused
I never did understand the gist of the story!
Gist Noun The main point Synonyms: idea, essence
When the majority of people in the community were in favor of school uniforms, Johnny stood up and advocated against school uniforms.
Advocate Verb To recommend; to speak in favor of Synonyms: promote, encourage Antonyms: oppose, contest
He tried to efface his memories of her by burning all her pictures.
Efface Verb To obliterate; to wipe out Synonyms: erase Antonyms: allow, permit
The candidate had charisma and good looks, but little knowledge of important issues.
Charisma Noun Personal appeal or attraction; magnetism Synonyms: charm, captivation Antonyms: repulse
The ogre occasionally emerged from this mountain cave and terrorized the villagers.
Ogre Noun A brute; a large monster; a frightful giant
The fast music and spinning dancers mesmerized the audience.
Mesmerize Verb To hypnotize Synonym: captivate, entrance Antonym: bore, disenchant, turn off
Ann thought that she saw a ghostly entity hovering over the graveyard, but it turned out to be a flag.
Entity Noun Anything having existence, either physical or mystical
Let’s not bandy words about the deal any more; just sign the papers and leave, please.
Bandy Verb To exchange words to discuss casually
The dastardly thief stole money only from helpless, elderly people
Dastardly Adjective Cowardly and treacherous Synonyms: dishonorable; shameful Antonyms: righteous
Don’t you think it’s sad that many people use only a small fraction of their latent abilities?
latent Adjective Hidden; present but not realized Synonyms: dormant, inactive, undeveloped Antonyms: exposed, manifest, evident
Most dieters occasionally succumb to the lure of a high-calorie dessert.
succumb Verb To give way to superior force, yield Synonyms: submit, die, expire Antonyms: overcome, master, conquer
It is dangerous for hikers to drink water from any source that appears to be stagnant.
stagnant Adjective Not running or flowing; foul from standing still; inactive, sluggish, dull Synonyms: still motionless, inert, dormant Antonyms: flowing, running, fresh
Behavior considered brazen in one era may be deemed perfectly acceptable in another.
brazen Adjective Shameless, impudent; made of brass Synonyms: blatant, bold Antonyms: deferential, respectful
Criminals deemed incorrigible can expect to receive maximum sentences for their offenses against society.
incorrigible Adjective Not able to be corrected; out of control Synonyms: unruly, hopeless, incurable, persistent Antonyms: manageable, obedient, good
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