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Vocabulary Quiz Flashcards for Quiz #2 Language Arts | English Mr. Jeffers
Directions: If you’re using an iPod, simply scroll through each of the slides to view the vocabulary word first. Then, on the slide following each vocabulary word, you’ll find the definition. Enjoy!
1. fill somebody with love 2. marked by an unreasonable fondness or liking for something or someone E.g. “He was smitten for her.”
explain something: to explain or clarify something to make “lucid:
appearance of something ghostly: an appearance of a supposed ghost or something ghostly
copy something: to write out an exact copy of something
trim: describes a man who is neat and elegant in dress and manner
express sadness: to express grief or sorrow about something
show something clearly: to make something evident by showing or demonstrating it very clearly
1. a word, phrase, or clause that is replaced by a pronoun. 2. preceding; prior: an antecedent event
to walk at an easy, unhurried pace
good-looking: describes a woman who is good-looking
1. a temporary departure from a main theme or topic, esp. a parenthetical comment or remark; short digression. 2. words spoken so as not to be heard by others present.
A situation with unsatisfactory choices
to rush out suddenly: to rush or spring forth suddenly
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