Wordly Wise 3000 Book 4 Lesson 20 Words and Definitions
|arrest (verb)|| 1. To stop the movement or progress of.|
2. To seize and charge with breaking the law.
|arrest (noun)||The act of seizing and charging with breaking the law.|
|capable (adjective)||Able to do things well; skilled.|
|capable of|| 1. Ready and able to.|
2. Having the qualities necessary for.
|congratulate (verb)||To express pleasure for a person's success or good fortune.|
|congratulations (plural noun)||Good wishes.|
|despise (verb)||To scorn and dislike strongly; to consider unworthy of respect.|
|dispute (noun)||A strong difference of opinion; an argument.|
|dispute (verb)||To question the truth or value of.|
|eventual (adjective)||Coming at a later time; happening as a result of.|
|helm (noun)|| 1. The wheel or tiller used to steer a boat.|
2. A position of control.
|humiliate (verb)||To treat in a way that takes away a person's pride or self respect.|
|humiliation (noun)||The act of taking away a person's pride or self respect.|
|implore (verb)||To plead with or beg for with much feeling.|
|insert (verb)||To put in.|
|insert (noun)||An extra piece sewn or put in place.|
|outrage (noun)|| 1. Anger caused by injury or insult.|
2. Anything that causes resentment or anger; a wicked or brutal act or remark.
|outrage (verb)||To fill with anger or resentment.|
|pierce (verb)|| 1. To pass or break through.|
2. To make a hole through.
|piercing (adjective)||Very loud and shrill.|
|quiver (verb)||To shake with small, rapid movements; to tremble.|
|quiver (noun)|| 1. A trembling.|
2. A case for holding arrows.
|release (verb)|| 1. To let go; to free.|
2. To make known.
|release (noun)|| 1. A setting free.|
2. A making known.
|sullen (adjective)||Silent from anger or hurt.|