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Part 1.  Not noticeable or prominent  Some students try and be inconspicuous when using their phone, but what they don’t realize is I can see them when.

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1 Part 1

2  Not noticeable or prominent  Some students try and be inconspicuous when using their phone, but what they don’t realize is I can see them when they are trying to use it.

3  An interjection  Voila, I have done it.

4  showing or suggesting ill health, fatigue, unhappiness  When someone is about to be sick or pass out they get a wan look on their face, it turns white and ghost-like.

5  not actually but having the appearance of; pretended; false or spurious  The Marthas were pseudo friends for Heather because they don’t genuinely care about what’s best for her.

6  Not clearly or explicitly stated or expressed  The directions on how to build the bookshelf were vague so when they went to put books on it, it fell down.

7  Existing, occurring, or operating at the same time  Some students try to talk simultaneously with the teacher or another student who is talking.

8  Repulsive, offensive to morality or decency  The construction worker used obscene language when he hit his thumb with the hammer.

9  Denying self any form of indulgence, appetite, or craving  Many Catholics practice abstinence from various foods, pastimes, or indulgences as parts of the season of Lent.

10  A person of learning.  One with detailed knowledge in a specialized field.  The young man was considered a savant because he was a mathematical genius at an early age.

11  Dramatic actor  The international Thespian Society is an honorary organization for high-school and middle-school theatre students.

12  A political philosophy, movement of regime that exalts nation and often race above the individual.  Often stands for a government headed by a dictatorial leader.  Adolf Hitler was appointed chancellor in 1933, and quickly established a totalitarian and fascist dictatorship.

13  One that preys, destroys, or devours.  To human predators, you are prey, and they have no conscience about harming or killing you or others.

14  Instruct, with doctrines, theories, or beliefs.  Cult leaders often indoctrinate their followers with beliefs that give the leaders a place of power over them.

15  A special effects process used in film in which persons or objects seem to change shape of form.  Melinda was morphing into a silent Monk.

16  An anxiety disorder that occurs in the aftermath of a traumatic event.

17 Part 2

18  Random or deliberate violence or damage  A state of rowdy disorder

19  To lower in dignity or estimation; bring into contempt  He felt they were degrading him by making him report to the supervisor.

20  To harass, annoy, or prove a nuisance; worry  He was harried by constant doubts.

21  Foolish, voluble talk  His speech was full of the most amazing blather.

22  The use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning  The irony of her reply, “How nice!” when I said I had to work all weekend was said in an ironic tone.

23  Something by which a person is bound or obliged to do certain things  As a child under the age of 18 you are obligated to come to school and do as your parents tell you to when you live under their household.

24  A temporary or provisional arrangement; makeshift

25  To beat persistently or hard; pound repeatedly  Rough roads had battered the car.  High winds were battering the coast.

26  Of a commanding quality, manner, aspect, domineering; imperious.

27  A mixture of flowers, herbs, and spices that is usually kept in a jar and used for scent.

28  A freelance photographer who aggressively pursues celebrities for the purpose of taking candid photographs  The paparazzi surrounded Lindsey Lohan when she wrecked her Mercedes and was falling out of the car because she was impaired.

29  Mandalas are symbolic, circular designs that represent outer (sun) and inner (shadow) dimensions of a person’s personality

30  The act or process of redeeming

31  To buy or pay off

32  Extremely or hopelessly bad or severe

33  Characterized by shyness and modestly; reserved

34  Utterly intolerant of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one’s own

35  To cause to die or lose consciousness by impairing normal breathing

36  A riddle, the answer to which involves a pun or play on words  Ex: We are in a pickle

37  To think or meditate in silence, as on some object. Absorbed in though.  After this meeting with the guidance counselor, Michael mused in class about what he wanted to do after graduation.

38 Part 3

39  A bright red to reddish-orange color  Pg. 78

40  The countries of Asia  To familiarize (a person) with new surroundings or circumstances.  Pg. 80

41  Crazy; insane; mad.  Pg. 84

42  Showing mental feebleness or incapacity; stupid; silly; absurd.  Pg. 103

43  A nest of social wasps.  Pg. 104

44  an inviolable refuge, as formerly for criminals and debtors; sanctuary  Pg. 117  He sought asylum in the church.

45  Open to moral attack, criticism, temptation  Pg. 127

46  A grotesquely carved figure of a human or animal.  Pg. 136

47  force or speed of movement; impetus, as of a physical object or course of events  Pg. 150  The car gained momentum going downhill. Her career lost momentum after two unsuccessful films.

48  Failure in or neglect of duty or obligation  Pg. 168

49  Characterized by or exhibiting symmetry; well-proportioned, as a body or whole; regular in form or arrangement of corresponding parts  Pg. 196

50  Slavery or bondage of any kind

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