worldy wise lesson 1 3000

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wordly wise book 3000 lesson one word list.

abate

to become weaker to decrease

acknowledge

to admit the existence of, to express knowledge or recognition for.

agent

a person who acts or does business for another something that brings about a result

authority

the right to give orders make decisions or take actions, an expert source of information

authorities

a group of people who have the right to enforce laws.

devastate

to ruin or destroy completely

devastating

causing destruction

devastation

great destruction

epidemic

the rapid spreading of disease to many people at one time spreading rapidly as a disease over a wide area.

estimate

a number that is not exact a careful guess

estimate

to figure out roughly to make an approximate calculation

evict

to force out of property by taking legal action

impartial

not favoring one side more than another fair

industrious

hardworking not lazy

infuriate

to make very angry

irrelevant

having nothing to do with the subject

precise

exact accurate

precision

exactness

sham

something fake or false not genuine fake to pretend

trek

a long slow and difficult journey to travel slowly and with difficulty

acknowledged

commonly accepted or recognized

unabated

showing o sign of weakening

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