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situations Definition: good or bad moments Synonym: condition, circumstance Antonym: (no antonym). Part of speech: noun
Example sentence: Mona was in a bad situation when she lost her hat. When the two boys started arguing, Mrs. Harris stepped in and stopped the situation.
visible Definition: able to be seen Synonym: clear, seeable Antonym: invisible Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: When Mona fell in the lost and found, only her feet were visible. My mom asked me to clean my room, so she was angry when my garbage was still visible.
directions Definition: lines or paths along which someone or something goes Synonym: course, route Antonym: misdirection Part of speech: noun
Example sentence: Wendell, Mona, and Floyd followed the directions to the hat room. My uncle gave us directions on how to get to his house.
worried Definition: concerned or anxious Synonym: concerned Antonym: calm Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: Floyd was worried they would get lost in the lost and found. I was worried that my mom forgot to pick me up from school.
rumpled Definition: wrinkled or creased Synonym: wrinkled Antonym: smooth Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: Mona found the rumpled hat. My mom wouldn’t let me wear that rumpled shirt to school.
unusual Definition: not usual, not ordinary Synonym: strange Antonym: normal Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: They had an unusual day in the lost and found. It would be unusual for us to go to school on Saturday.
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Definition: To say something true. Part of speech: Verb Synonyms: Confess Antonyms: Reject Original sentence: I admitted the crime to the judge.
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