Lesson Packet 12
|absurd (ADJ.)|| Def. so clearly untrue, unreasonable, or against common sense as to be laughable, ridiculous |
Sent. The idea of killing someone is absurd.
|boycott (V.)|| Def. to join together in refusing to buy, sell, or use a product or service|
Sent. There was a boycott outside of the store.
|clamber (V.)|| Def. to climb awkwardly or with effort, especially by using both hands and feet|
Sent. We had to clamber up the mountain to get to the top.
|divert (V.)|| Def. to turn (a person or thing) aside; to change the direction or courser of|
Sent. The man had to divert the boy so he wouldn't run into the wall.
|forlorn (ADJ.)|| Def. sad; miserable|
Sent. My whole family was forlorn when my dog died.
|haven (N.)|| Def. any place if shelter or safety|
Sent. The tree was the squirrels haven when a wolf came along.
|logic (N.)|| Def. correct reasoning|
Sent. The man gave someone good advise so he must have logic.
|reconcile (V.)|| Def. to make friends again|
Sent. My friend and i had to reconcile our relationship after we got in a fight.