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The Unsinkable Wreck of the R.M.S Titanic Fifth Grade Unit 5 Week 2
Words to Know cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
of or for a machine with moving parts and sensing devices controlled by a computer robotic cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
inner surface or part; inside interior cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
shut into a small space cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
a soft mud or slime, especially at the bottom of a pond or river or on the ocean bottom ooze cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
material that settles to the bottom of a liquid sediment cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
device for finding the depth of water or for detecting and locating underwater objects sonar cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
Scattered fragments; ruins; rubbish debris cramped debris interior ooze robotic sediment sonar
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? We tested the sediment from the cup. solid matter that becomes liquid solid matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The diver was equipped with sonar. equipment that uses sound waves to locate underwater objects equipment used to anchor a ship
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The tornado left so much debris on the road. flying objects broken pieces
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? My brother begged for a robotic toy. manually operated computer controlled
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? We were cramped inside the elevator. able to operate not having much space
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? It was difficult to pull the object out of the ooze. soft mud dampened dirt
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