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premonition (noun) – a feeling that something is about to happenExamples: Synonyms: Forewarning, feeling, suspicion, inkling Antonyms:
prodigal Examples: Synonyms: Antonyms: (adj.) – wastefulSpendthrift, wasteful Antonyms: miser
promontory Examples: Synonyms: Antonyms:(noun) – a high point of land projecting into the sea Examples: Synonyms: Cape, peninsula Antonyms: inland
quibble (verb) – to make a minor objection (noun) – a small objectionExamples: Synonyms: Nitpick, objection Antonyms: agreeable
rectify (verb) – to fix, correct Examples: Synonyms: Antonyms:Correct, repair, mend, resolve Antonyms: Break, to make worse
reminiscence Examples: (noun) – a story of past experiences Synonyms:Memories, recollection Antonyms:
repertoire (noun) – supply of songs, stories, skills or devices Examples: Synonyms: Catalog, collection, list Antonyms:
Talkative, boisterous, loudreticent (adj.) – untalkative, shy, reluctant to speak Examples: Synonyms: Reserved, shy, restrained Antonyms: Talkative, boisterous, loud
satiate (verb) – to satisfy fully Examples: Synonyms: Antonyms:Satisfy, quench Antonyms: Unfulfilled, unsatisfied
slothful Examples: (adj.) – lazy Synonyms: Antonyms:Sluggish, idle, inactive Antonyms: Energetic, lively, active
Satiate (verb) – to satisfy fully Examples: You don’t need to satiate your desire to have money in order to be happy. The bag of chips satiated my hunger.
Solidarity (noun) – fellowship between members of a group Examples: Synonyms : Unity, harmony, camaraderie Antonyms : discord.
SAT VOCABULARY. Abridge (v) – to shorten Abstemious (adj) – sparing in the use of food or drink Abhor (v) – to loathe or detest; hate Aesthetic.
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
Unit 5 Vocabulary- We’re Going to Ride Third Grade.
Recluse (adj.) or (noun) – someone who lives in seclusion Examples: The recluse man did not have many friends because he lived alone and was not very sociable.
Raconteur (noun) – skilled storyteller Examples: The raconteur at the elementary school told a story to the students. The raconteur educated the children.
NOUN (pl) Ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions. Synonyms Pranks, shenanigans Antics.
Destruction Terrible damage (noun) Synonym: damage, devastation Related Words: destroy (verb) – to break apart.
Dirge ( noun )a funeral song expressing mourning in commemoration of the dead Synonym – elegy, requiem, lament.
Call of the Wild. crucial cru-cial adjective It is crucial for a baby to drink milk every day. Crucial means very important Synonym- Antonym-
Flowers for Algernon Vocabulary. Synonym Main Word Antonym Ridiculous or silly Reasonable Absurd Example Sentence: When Jenny told me that she saw pigs.
Agenda SSR (10 minutes) Read Aloud ½ sheet Spelling Review 3x each Review ABC Begin sentences Folk Tales from Asia Building background Vocab.
Transcendent (adj.) – going beyond known limits Examples: Synonyms : Inspiring, uplifting, magnificent Antonyms : Ridiculous, absurd.
Alternate - (verb) to do, use or happen in successive turns; to take turns. We chose two students to ____________ in the lead roles for our class clay.
Home-Grown Butterflies. enclosure en-clo-sure noun The farmer build an enclosure around the cows so they wouldn ’ t meander away from the farm. Enclosure.
Author: A True Story. acceptance ac-cep-tance noun After the brother and sister stopped arguing and began to show acceptance the entire family was happy.
2 nd Grade Dictionary Skills. Why Use a Dictionary? to see how to spell a word principal to learn how to say a word correctly (prin-suh-puhl) to find.
ancient synonym: old modern synonym: new.
Vocabulary Card Type a sentence using the word. Type the definition Type a synonym Type an antonym Type the word.
U4L7D2PK1 Uncle Jed’s Barbershop Unit 4, Lesson 7, Day 2.
Academic Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary These are words students should know and be able to use in their own vocabulary.
Parts of sentences Our rhyme to show the words we know and their meanings.
Journal Why is it important to have correct punctuation and grammar in your writing? How does this help your writing? What happens if your writing has.
Vocabulary Stash. Word 1 Word 8 Word 5 Word 2 Word 3 Word 4 Word 6 Word 9 Word 7 Word 10.
Eradicate (ih- rad -i-keyt) WOW! #4. Hoping to eradicate diseases, many charitable organizations donate vaccines and valuable medical supplies to.
Lesson # 27 Building an Enriched Vocabulary. Reticent (adj.) Disinclined to speak out; reserved or restrained.
Ms.Saira Majeed The City School English Jr.III Adapt 21 st century’s teaching approaches to develop students’ understanding of the language skills.
Grammar -ing: Adjectives ending in ing are used to describe something that makes someone feel a certain way Interesting, boring, relaxing, comforting,
Nacho and Lolita. brilliance bril-liance noun The brilliance of the feathers on the birds amazed the zoologists. Brilliance means sparkly and shiny Synonym-Antonym-
8 TH GRADE ENGLISH VOCABULARY LIST #1. BARREN (adj.) not productive, bare Example: In contrast to the rich land we left behind, the plains appeared to.
3 rd Grade Dictionary Skills 1. Why Use a Dictionary? to see how to spell a word to learn how to pronounce a word correctly to define a word to find synonyms.
Unit 12 English st Activity- 1 minute Write the following words in your study guide: 1. bode 6. invalid 2. compact 7. lunar 3. complement 8. prey.
Harcourt Reading Lesson 26 Day 3. Read Aloud “Far Away” What rhyming words did you hear in the poem? Were any words repeated in the poem? Why?
(adj) – ordinary; not outstanding Examples: No one could remember the nondescript student because he didn’t make a lasting impression. Synonyms : Antonyms.
Unit XVI Vocab. clause -noun: a specific condition stated within a contract or other document -synonyms: condition, agreement covert -adj: secretive -Antonym:
Wordpieces 4.5. erg/urg “work” “work” surgical adjective adjective Very precise; clear and accurate Very precise; clear and accurate Synonym: exact Synonym:
Academic Vocabulary-. susceptible Rate the Word 1)I have no idea 2)I’ve seen it or heard it before. 3)I think I know it but need review 4)I could teach.
1. condescend (verb) – to do something you think is beneath you (adj. ) = condescending Examples: Synonyms : to go down, to lower, to descend, patronize.
Unit 10 Definitions Included Created by Kathy Young Based on the Illinois STAR Vocabulary Booster Adult Learning Resource Center, Arlington.
Improving Vocabulary Skills Chapter commemorate (verb) - ___________ Each year, my parents commemorate their first date by having dinner at McDonalds,
VOCABULARY UNIT 5 Level E. Altruistic Altruistic (Adj.) Unselfish, concerned about others.
Unit 6A Vocabulary Jeapordy Start Final Jeopardy Question Complete the Sentence DefinitionsSynonymsAntonyms Parts of Speech
Oral History Written By T. Marie Kryst OCR 2000 Unit 4 Lesson 4 Gloria Garibay.
Determiners are “quantifiers”. They are used before nouns to say how much or how many of something we are talking about. They are sometimes followed by.
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Messaging Mania. craned verb The horse craned his neck to see where the noise was coming from. Craned means stretched. Synonym- Antonym-
Vocabulary Week 3. Circle Map Definition Characteristics/ Drawing Examples/ Synonyms Non- Examples Antonyms Term Frame Frame OfOfReferenceReferenceFrame.
Reference Books. Reference books have a special purpose in the media center. They are shelved in a special area. They are used to: gather information.
Brisk (adj) energetic, lively, fast; cool and fresh The flag snapped and futtered in the ____________ wind. Synonyms: quick, active, peppy, refreshing,
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