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Unit Six - Words 11-20 - Grade Six Definition Context Clues Synonyms Antonyms Definition More Context Clues gross induce leeway limber maze oracle partisan reimburse vacate vagabond
100 points - Definition an idle wanderer; a tramp vagabond
200 points - Definition to pay back; to give payment for reimburse
300 points - Definition gross overweight; coarse, vulgar; total
400 points - Definition flexible limber
500 points - Definition oracle someone or something that can predict the future
100 points – Context Clues The joke _____ laughter from the crowd. induced
200 points – Context Clues A person must be ______to turn a cartwheel. limber
300 points – Context Clues Many ancient civilizations depended on _____ for knowledge. oracles
400 points – Context Clues My grandfather never settled in one place, so my dad called him a ___. vagabond
500 points – Context Clues In politics, there are often ___ favors given behind closed doors. partisan
100 points - Synonyms fat, sheer, utter, flagrant gross
200 points - Synonyms latitude, elbow room leeway
300 points - Synonyms labyrinth, puzzle, tangle maze
400 points - Synonyms prophet, seer, sibyl oracle
500 points - Synonyms repay, refund, compensate reimburse
100 points - Antonyms prevent, deter, hinder induce
200 points - Antonyms stiff, rigid, wooden limber
300 points - Antonyms (n) critic, foe (adj) impartial, neutral partisan
400 points - Antonyms occupy, keep hold vacate
500 points - Antonyms (n) homebody (adj) footloose, unsettled vagabond
100 points – Definition to cause, bring about; to persuade induce
200 points – Definition extra space for moving along a certain route; margin of error leeway
300 points – Definition a network of paths through which it is hard to find one’s way; something confusing maze
400 points- Definition a strong supporter of a person, party, or cause; a resistance fighter, guerilla partisan
500 points- Definition to go away from, leave empty; to void, annul vacate
100 points – More Context Dissecting a frog is ______because I can’t stand the smell. gross
200 points – More Context By leaving twenty minutes early, I allowed myself a good deal of _____. leeway
300 points – More Context A guide led us through a ____ of caves. maze
400 points – More Context My child had to ___his friend for the book he had lost. reimburse
500 points – More Context The family must ____the house in one month because it was deemed unsafe. vacate
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