Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 2
|arrogant||Showing too much pride in oneself.|
|boycott||1. To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.|
|campaign|| 1. A series of actions intended to accomplish a goal. |
2. A series of military actions in a particular area.
3. To take part in actions planned to accomplish a particular goal.
|arrogance||A feeling of too much pride in oneself.|
|ceremony||A formal event held in honor of a special occassion.|
|custody|| 1. Control over and responsibility for care. |
2. In the keeping of the police; in jail.
|degrade||To bring shame or disgrace upon.|
|degrading||Causing shame or disgrace|
|detain||To stop or hold; to keep from going on.|
|extend|| 1. To reach out.|
2. To offer.
3. To make longer.
4. To stretch or lie.
|integrate||To unite into a whole; especially to end the separation of races.|
|integration||The act of uniting or bringing together, especially people of different races.|
|segregate||To keep separate or apart.|
|segregation||The act of keeping separate or apart.|
|supreme|| 1. The highest rank or position.|
2. Of greatest importance.
|triumph|| 1. A noteworthy success.|
2. The joy winning brings.
3. To win.
|vacate||To make empty, as by leaving.|
|verdict|| 1. The decision reached at the end of a trial.|
2. A judgment or opinion.
|violate|| 1. To break, as a law or a promise.|
2. To treat in an improper or disrespectful way.
|violation||A breaking of or failing to keep something like a law or a promise.|