Sadlier-Oxford level orange Unit 1
|celebrity||a well-known person; someone who is famous; fame|
|counsel||opinions or ideas given for a plan of action; a talk that leads to a decision; a lawyer|
|demonstrate||to clearly explain, show or prove with examples, models, or experiments; to gather in public to support an opinion or cause|
|drowsy||ready to fall asleep, sleepy|
|essential||of the highest importance, necessary|
|hardship||something that causes suffering of difficult; a condition that is hard to bear|
|haul||to move by pulling, dragging, or carting, sometimes in a vehicle to apply force to transport something|
|humble|| low in rank or position; plain, not proud or grand.|
to take away one's spirit, power, fame, or independence.
|pledge||something given as a sign of a promise, especially money meant for a good cause; a sign or promise to fufill an agreement. To promise|
|sincere||without pretending; with honesty and real feeling|
|stampede|| A wild rush of animals or people, usually when frightened.|
To run away or cause to scatter in a wild manner, often in panic; to rush forward together as a crowd.
|suitable||just right or appropriate; well matched|