Lesson 7 vocab words

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These words are for people who have Stuckey and Town for English

brawl

a rough, noisy fight. To fight noisily

casual

not planned. Suitable for everyday use;comfortable. Not regular; occasional.

constant

not changing. Loyal; faithful. without a pause; unending.

excel

to do well; to be better or greater than others

exhaust

use up. To tire out. the waste gases from an engine;also the system that pumps out such waste gases.

hardy

able to survive under bad conditions; tough

mediocre

of low to medium quality; barely passable

monotonous

always the same; not varying; boring. Lack of variety resulting in boredom

originate

to bring or come into being

origin

a beginning or coming into being

punctuate

to add marks such as commas and periods to writing to make the meaning clear. To interruptfrom time to time.

punctuation

the use of marks such as commas and periods in writing

ravenous

very hungry. eager for whatever satisfies one's needs or wants

realistic

closely resembling real life. aware of things that they are;practical

soothe

to make calm and relaxed. to relieve soreness;to make less painful.

stampede

A sudden rush of animals or people, usually caused by fear. to take part in a stampede.

veteran

A person who has served in the armed forces. a person with much experience. experienced

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