to carry or send away from a country; to banish
to carry out of the country
to carry into the country
capable of being easily carried
the route over which boats and supplies are carried overland from one lake or river to another
an attendant who carries travelers' luggage for them
a case for carrying loose papers
a collection of writing that carries information to be shared again with someone new
to carry the weight of something
to carry something from one place to another
a word having the same or nearly the same meaning as another. (examples: joyful, elated, glad)
a word having a meaning opposite to that of another word. (example: wet vs dry)
a syllable or syllables attached to the beginning of a word to change its meaning (examples: dis-like, un-employed, re-mark, in-effective)
a small word part attached to the end of a word. The suffix usually determines the the word's part of speech - that is, whether the word is a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. (examples: real - reality (noun), realize (verb), really (adverb))
Information from the reading that can help you figure out the meaning of an unfamiliar word or group of words. A context clue may be a definition, an example, a synonym, a comparison or contrast, or any expression that anables readers to infer the word's meaning.
a logical statement based on evidence and reasoning rather than a direct statement; drawing conclusions; understandings gained by "reading betweenthe lines".