J. Tasanasanta Unit 4 Vocabulary Workshop, Level C

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Definition:To pronounce empty or useless.

Part of Speech:Verb.

Synonym:Cancel.

Antonym:Indifferent.

Sentence:The angry cooks annul and cancel their dishes to the costumer for the rude replies in their restaurant.

Annul

Definition:Dullness.

Part of Speech:Adjective.

Synonym:0.

Antonym:Enthusiastic.

Sentence:The blasé and indifferent teenager does not care about the grades in school.

Blasé

Verb definition- To hold up.
Noun Definition- specified length soft material.

Part of Speech: Verb, noun.

Synonym:(v.)strengthen; (n.) 0.

Antonym:(v.)weaken; (n.)0.

Verb sentence- Our communities bolster and support the underdog in any competitions.
Noun sentence-My mother brought a new bolster and a large pillow for my bed.

Bolster

Definition:Consciously sorry.

Part of Speech:Verb.

Synonym:Lament.

Antonym:Commend.

Sentence:Mothers deplore and lament their beliefs in the best for their child.

Deplore

Definition:Not monumental.

Part of Speech:Adjective.

Synonym:Foolish.

Antonym:Serious.

Sentence: The frivolous and foolish statement said during class to get off topic.

Frivolous

Verb definition-To assemble marshal.
Noun definition-Marshal series of words.

Part of Speech:Verb, noun.

Synonym:(v.)mobilize; (n.) Inventory.

Antonym:(v.) disband; (n.) 0.

Verb sentence-In the army, the troops muster and mobilize into the place of ranking.
Noun sentence- The navy captain made a muster and inventory for the troops in line formation.

Muster

Definition: A human being or matter with not much of significance.

Part of Speech:Noun.

Synonym:Nobody.

Antonym:Superstar.

Sentence: The teenager's phone with the crack is a nonentity and nobody to her.

Nonentity

Definition:Preoccupies or nags at you.

Part of Speech:Verb.

Synonym:Preoccupy.

Antonym:0.

Sentence: The bad grades preoccupy and obsess the "B+" girl in her dreams.

Obsess

Definition:Worked out in great detail to adding something ornamental

Part of Speech:Adjective.

Synonym:Fancy.

Antonym:Simple.

Sentence:The Vatican in Rome is very fancy and ornate with the stain glass and detailed statues.

Ornate

Definition:Force out or eject specific portion of space.

Part of Speech:Verb.

Synonym:Expel.

Antonym:Welcome.

Sentence: The for set animals oust and expel out of their homes by a fire.

Oust

Definition:Tp study with accuracy.

Part of Speech:Verb.

Synonym:Study.

Antonym:0.

Sentence:The girls peruse and study the science material on chapter one section five for their test to tomorrow.

Peruse

Definition:Leaking by water, air, etc.

Part of Speech:Adjective.

Synonym:Leaky.

Antonym:Impermeable.

Sentence:Sandy uses leaky and porous sponges to the dishes in the kitchen.

Porous

Definition:A cliff.

Part of Speech:Noun.

Synonym:Cliff.

Antonym:0.

Sentence:The family choose a promonotry and cliff to take their Christmas photos of the view.

Promontory

Definition:Prostrate.

Part of Speech:Adjective.

Synonym:Liable.

Antonym:Unlikely.

Sentence: The students prostrate and prone to the wall in a tornado drill.

Prone

Definition:Second thought.

Part of Speech:Noun.

Synonym:Regert.

Antonym:0.

Sentence:The girls qualm and regret about getting the prom dress for homecoming.

Qualm

Definition:Resort.

Part of Speech:Noun.

Synonym:Remedy.

Antonym:0.

Sentence:The girl is going to her mother for the only resource and resort.

Recourse

Definition: A remmant and leavings.

Part of Speech: Noun

Synonym: Remains.

Antonym:0.

Sentence:On the Ipad, the calendar gives you a residue and remainder to do the homework or to study for that night.

Residue

Definition:Anxiously desirous.

Part of Speech:Adjective.

Synonym:Concerned.

Antonym:Indifferent.

Sentence:The solicitous parents are concerning toward their daughter by her grades.

Solicitous

Definition:Sober.

Part of Speech:Adjective.

Synonym:Prim.

Antonym:Unconventional.

Sentence:The prim and staid parent always wore something dull for the confernces.

Staid

Definition:Foster.

Part of Speech:Verb.

Synonym:Maintain.

Antonym:0.

Sentence:The fmailies sustain and foster some dogs from a kennel for the time.

Sustain

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