Presentation on theme: "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."— Presentation transcript:
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.
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.
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.
Existing, occurring, or operating at the same time Some students try to talk simultaneously with the teacher or another student who is talking.
Repulsive, offensive to morality or decency The construction worker used obscene language when he hit his thumb with the hammer.
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.
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.
Dramatic actor The international Thespian Society is an honorary organization for high-school and middle-school theatre students.
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.
One that preys, destroys, or devours. To human predators, you are prey, and they have no conscience about harming or killing you or others.
Instruct, with doctrines, theories, or beliefs. Cult leaders often indoctrinate their followers with beliefs that give the leaders a place of power over them.
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.
An anxiety disorder that occurs in the aftermath of a traumatic event.
Random or deliberate violence or damage A state of rowdy disorder
To lower in dignity or estimation; bring into contempt He felt they were degrading him by making him report to the supervisor.
To harass, annoy, or prove a nuisance; worry He was harried by constant doubts.
Foolish, voluble talk His speech was full of the most amazing blather.
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.
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.
A temporary or provisional arrangement; makeshift
To beat persistently or hard; pound repeatedly Rough roads had battered the car. High winds were battering the coast.
Of a commanding quality, manner, aspect, domineering; imperious.
A mixture of flowers, herbs, and spices that is usually kept in a jar and used for scent.
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.
Mandalas are symbolic, circular designs that represent outer (sun) and inner (shadow) dimensions of a person’s personality