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Home Place Written by Crescent Dragonwagon OCR 2000 Unit 4 Lesson 7 Gloria Garibay
Delicately Slowly, with care; with a light, sensitive touch Sentence pg: 85 Synonym: cautiously; Daintily; lightly;softly Antonym: ungracefully; untactfully Part of Speech: Adverb Gloria Garibay
Listless Without interest or energy Sentence pg: 87 Synonym: blah; energy less; lagging Antonym: energetic; lively Part of Speech: adjective Gloria Garibay
Trumpet To announce loudly to get everyone’s attention Sentence pg: 84 Synonym: announce; report;publicize Antonym: conceal; repress; withhold Part of Speech: verb Gloria Garibay
Whether If ; maybe - it is used to introduce the 1st of 2 or more alternatives Sentence pg: 91 Synonym: whichever; either Antonym: neither; nor Part of Speech: conjunction Gloria Garibay
Daffodils A brilliant yellow trumpet shaped flower that grows from a bulb Sentence pg: 84 Synonym: Narcissus Part of Speech: Noun Gloria Garibay
Splash To wet or soil by dashing particles of water, mud, or other liquid. Sentence pg: 84 Synonym: douse; sprinkle; bathe Antonym: dry; withdrawal Part of Speech: Verb Gloria Garibay
Chimney A passage through which smoke and gases escape Sentence pg: 85 Synonym: flue; shaft; hearth; funnel Antonym: hole Part of Speech: Noun Gloria Garibay
Honeysuckle’s Upright or climbing fragrant shrub that is white, yellow, or red tubular flowers. Sentence pg: 85 Part of Speech: Adjectives Gloria Garibay
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