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Unit Three - Words Grade Six Definition Context Clues Synonyms Antonyms Definition More Context Clues pacifist queue restrict sage slake terrain vocation vow waylay wither
100 points - Definition one who is against war of the use of violence pacifist
200 points - Definition line of people waiting for something queue
300 points - Definition restrict to keep within set limits
400 points - Definition wise, a very wise person sage
500 points - Definition slake to satisfy, relieve, or bring to an end
100 points – Context Clues The man was nonviolent and a ______ and refused to fight. pacifist
200 points – Context Clues Many Japanese Americans were ______to camps after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. restricted
300 points – Context Clues The cool water _______the workman’s thirst. slaked
400 points – Context Clues Walking is not my _________; I walk because I enjoy the exercise. vocation
500 points – Context Clues The robber ________the traveler by the bridge. waylaid
100 points - Synonyms peacemaker, dove pacifist
200 points - Synonyms hold back, limit restrict
300 points - Synonyms quench, sate slake
400 points - Synonyms career, pursuit vocation
500 points - Synonyms entrap, ensnare waylay
100 points - Antonyms disorganized crowd queue
200 points - Antonyms dunce, unwise sage
300 points - Antonyms hobby, pastime vocation
400 points - Antonyms bloom, flourish wither
500 points - Antonyms increase, aggravate slake
100 points – Definition the landscape, especially considered with regard to its physical features for some use terrain
200 points – Definition any trade, profession, or occupation vocation
300 points – Definition a solemn or sacred promise or pledge vow
400 points- Definition to lie in wait for and attack, ambush waylay
500 points- Definition to dry up, wilt, sag; to cause someone to feel ashamed, humiliated, or very small wither
100 points – More Context The _______was extremely long to get on the Ferris Wheel. queue
200 points – More Context My grandmother was very wise and gave ________advice. sage
300 points – More Context The mountainous _________made the ride very bumpy. terrain
400 points – More Context The prince made a _______to avenge his father’s murder. vow
500 points – More Context Plants will ______and die if they do not receive water and sunlight. wither
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