Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 5
|adequate||(adj) enough; sufficient.|
|administer|| (v) to manage or direct.|
(v) to give out as treatment or assistance.
|agitate||(v) to disturb or upset.|
|capitulate||(v) to give in; to surrender.|
|citrus||(n) a fruit of the family that includes oranges, lemons, grapefruits and limes.|
|disrupt||(v) to interrupt; to bring to a temporary halt.|
|hovel||(n) an unpleasant, cramped, and dilapidated place to live.|
|illiterate||(adj) unable to read or write|
|indifferent||(adj) not concerned about; not caring.|
|menial||(adj) of or relating to low-level, humble work.|
|permanent||(adj) lasting or expected to last for a long time.|
|respite||(n) a period of rest; a pause.|
|strenuous|| (adj) needing much effort; using a lot of energy.|
(adj) very active; vigorous.
|toil|| (v) to work long and hard.|
(v) to make one's way with difficulty.
(n) hard and tiring labor.
|urgent||(adj) needing quick action or attention.|