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preclude (verb) – to make impossible Examples: Synonyms : Prevent, stop, rule out, exclude, implausible Antonyms : Permit, authorize
predecessor (noun) – a person who precedes another in an office or position Examples: Synonyms : Precursor, forerunner, antecedent Antonyms : Successor
presumptuous (adj.) – bold to the point of rudeness Examples: Synonyms : Impudence, arrogant, conceited Antonyms : Modest, humble
prevailing (adj.) – generally accepted, having superior power (verb) - prevail Examples: Synonyms : Customary, established, popular Antonyms : Esoteric, obscure
prevalent (adj.) – in general use or acceptance, occurring, accepted or practiced commonly or widely Examples: Synonyms : Common, rampant, established Antonyms : Rare, uncommon
prominent (adj.) – standing out, important Examples: Synonyms : Famous, notorious, renowned, well known Antonyms : Esoteric, unknown
provincial (adj.) – having a narrow scope, an unsophisticated or narrow-minded person Examples: Synonyms : Parochial, narrow minded, simple, biased Antonyms : Open minded, tolerant, unbiased
provoke (verb) – to anger, arouse, bring to action Examples: Synonyms : Trigger, irritate, inflame, anger Antonyms :
purgation (noun) – the process of getting rid of impurities Examples: Synonyms : Purge, rid, eliminate, remove, purify, subtract Antonyms : Add, include, insert
quarry (noun) – a large open pit from which stone is cut Examples: Synonyms : Mine, pit Antonyms :
Hiatus (noun) – a break or lapse in continuity Examples: Synonyms : Pause, break, interruption Antonyms : Continuation, maintenance Talks between the two.
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
Unit 15 Level D. Avert (v.) to turn aside, turn away; to prevent, avoid Synonym: stop, deflect, ward off, preclude Antonym: invite, induce, provoke, cause.
ENDER’S GAME Ch cleverly skillful, resourceful, or ingenious Antonym: clumsily adroitly.
Bellwork Vocabulary Week One. Dude, it’s reading time! Begin your two column journal. Remember: Use quotation marks and the page number. Correct Format:
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.
Before After Cutting Words Down to Size The Power of Subtraction and Concision This animation demonstrates how to perform surgery on weak sentences to.
Vocabulary Card Type a sentence using the word. Type the definition Type a synonym Type an antonym Type the word.
Destruction Terrible damage (noun) Synonym: damage, devastation Related Words: destroy (verb) – to break apart.
Elementary Row Operations Interchange two equations Multiply one equation by a nonzero constant Add a multple of one equation to another equation.
Unit XIX Vocabulary. alternate: Verb - to switch back and forth noun – a second chance or choice Antonyms – adhere, stick to cache: Noun – a supply of.
NOUN A passage taken from a book, article, etc. VERB To take such a passage; To quote SYNONYMS (N) portion, section, extract EXCERPT.
Vocabulary Romeo and Juliet Act I. adversary (n): enemy, opponent Synonyms: rival, competitor Antonyms: friend, supporter, assistant Luke wanted to win.
Unit #3 Word # 1 Barrage (n) A rapid, large scale outpouring of something The governor faced a barrage of questions about possible budget cuts. Synonym:
Academic Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary These are words students should know and be able to use in their own vocabulary.
Wordpieces 3.5. Root: junct to join; yoke enjoin Verb 1. to command; to urge 2. to forbid.
Parts of sentences Our rhyme to show the words we know and their meanings.
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.
Shining Star Book A Vocabulary Unit 2 Part 1. Examples of prefixes dis extra in under un opposite or negative more than usual opposite.
1. condescend (verb) – to do something you think is beneath you (adj. ) = condescending Examples: Synonyms : to go down, to lower, to descend, patronize.
Simple Equations Brackets Consider the simple equation 5(2x+3) = 3(x+9) Remove the brackets to obtain 10x + 15 = 3x + 27 Subtract 15 from both sides.
( adj. ) – implied, not stated outright Examples: Synonyms : Unspoken, implicit, inferred, implied Antonyms : Bold, explicit, clear tacit.
Confront I confronted the bully after school and told him I wasn’t giving him any more money. Sounds Like: Synonym: Antonym: Parts of Speech: Definition:
(noun) – a piece of land Examples: Synonyms : Area, territory, region Antonyms : void tract.
I WANT FAME - UNIT 11 - FLOCABULARY. 1. casual (adj) showing little concern; informal 2. corrupt (adj) not honest; willing to abuse power 3. covet (verb)
Week of Monday, March 19 th through Friday, March 23 rd.
Vocabulary Units 17 and 18. Unit 17 Annihilate (v) Book definition: to destroy or kill a large part of My definition: to wreck, to destroy, to “pwn”
ADD THE TITLE OF THE POSTER HERE IN ARIAL NARROW BOLD ALL IN CAPITAL FONT SIZE 40 PT Name and refrences of author : Font Arial 18 pt.
Vocabulary Chapter 15 Page 164. Abase (v.) to lower in esteem, degrade; to humble SYNONYM: lower, humiliate, prostrate, demean ANTONYM: elevate,
SAVING THE PANDA UNIT 3A VOCABULARY. VOCABULARY PRECIOUS — Adjective valuable, costly adorable, darling Antonyms common worthless.
Relevant ADJECTIVE Connected with or related to the matter at hand Synonyms: Pertinent, Germane, Applicable Antonyms: Unconnected, Extraneous.
ancient synonym: old modern synonym: new.
VOCABULARY UNIT 5 Level E. Altruistic Altruistic (Adj.) Unselfish, concerned about others.
Analogies Reading Skills’ Practice. Complete the analogy. wood : desk :: _______ : window.
Vocabulary List 1 now known as “10 Words”. Abduct Adhere Aspire Blemish Deface Nocturnal Perplex Salutation Whimsical Wrath.
THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK Bellwork Vocabulary # 2.0.
The Six Traits Characteristics that help develop, evaluate, and perfect your writing.
UNIT 15: STATIVE PASSIVE & REPORTING PASSIVE Review Session.
Bellwork Vocabulary Week One. 1. kin (p. 4) noun- a person’s relatives 2. blockade (p. 10) noun- an action to prevent people or goods from entering.
Definition: a part Part of speech: noun Synonyms: air, attitude, appearance Antonyms: abnormality Original sentence: I sent postcards from Hawaii describing.
WordNet Enhancements: Toward Version 2.0 WordNet Connectivity Derivational Connections Disambiguated Definitions Topical Connections.
Freak the Mighty VOCABULARY by Rodman Philbrick. Vocabulary directions: Copy the definition, pos, prefix meaning & synonym. COME UP WITH YOUR OWN SYNONYM,
Academic Raceway 500 Welcome to the Academic Raceway 500 Complete Three Races to Win the Academic Trophy Qualifying Lap Atlanta Motor Speedway Indianapolis.
NOUN (pl) Ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions. Synonyms Pranks, shenanigans Antics.
1. fortitude (noun – abstract) – power to endure pain or confront danger; Examples: Soldiers need fortitude to face the enemy. Synonyms : moral strength.
Daily Word 2 nd Quarter #35 – Aloof (adj) Definition: detached; apart; indifferent Synonyms: Antonyms: Examples: Sentence:
Vocabulary Words American Literature Week #2. Abdicate Wallis Simpson & Edward VIII Representative Gabrielle Giffords.
Vocabulary Words American Literature Week #9. Asylum.
(verb) – to shorten by cutting off Examples: The teacher decided to truncate the detailed explanations. Synonyms : Abridge, shorten, abbreviate Antonyms.
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