M. Roddey Unit 7 Vocabulary Workshop, Level C

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Definition:the highest point, summit, peak

Part of speech:Noun

Synonym:summit

Antonym:low point

Sentence: I am at the acme of Mount Everest waiting for the helicopter to get me.

Acme

Definition:(noun) to consider by the one made indicated. (verb) something attributed to someone or something


Part of speech:Noun, verb

Synonym:noun-trait, verb-ascribe

Antonym:0

Sentence:(noun) I have a attribute in many sports that I use to win. (verb) I am going to attribute you to this team until they strat winning

Attribute

Definition:to regard or portray as less impressive

Part of speech:Verb

Synonym:minimize

Antonym:exaggerate

Sentence:I am going to belittle you tonight to minimize you to a certain point.

Belittle

Definition: to take, carry, or bring from one to another

Part of speech:verb

Synonym:carry

Antonym:0

Sentence: I need you to convey and carry my bag to the front of the line.

Convey

Definition:Something that is taught

Part of speech:noun

Synonym:article

Antonym:disbelief

Sentence: My mom has a doctrine in teaching elementary kids in math.

Doctrine

Definition: a tax levied for a license

Part of speech:noun

Synonym:customs

Antonym:0

Sentence: I have a excise waiting for me in my driveway at the customs window.

Excise

Definition:Strikingly unusual and strange.

Part of speech:adjective

Synonym:alien

Antonym:familiar

Sentence: I found an exotic alien creature in my front yard today.

Exotic

Definition:having a gaunt, wasted, or an exotic experience

Part of speech:adjective

Synonym:drawn

Antonym:fresh

Sentence: I have had a haggard and drawn experience from the Bahamas.

Haggard

Definition: easy and sprightly in manner

Part of speech:Adjective

Synonym:unconcerned

Antonym:downcast

Sentence: I was very jaunty of you and unconcerned of your attitude towards these new sports yesterday.

Jaunty

Definition: the line or point in which both body parts join

Part of speech:Noun

Synonym:union

Antonym:0

Sentence: I am in a juncture with my squad and am a union with my country.

Juncture

Definition:Lowly and sometimes degrading

Part of speech:Adjective

Synonym:underlining

Antonym:lofty

Sentence: I have been menial today and underlining because of how tired I am.

Menial

Definition: to ward off

Part of speech:Verb

Synonym:0

Antonym:0

Sentence: I am going to parry my brother because of how annoying he is.

Parry

Definition:engaging in ro living by these activities

Part of speech:adjective

Synonym:greedy

Antonym:0

Sentence: I have seen many predatory birds today that have been greedy.

Predatory

Definition:To work havok upon

Part of speech:verb

Synonym:cream

Antonym:Aid

Sentence:A ravage has come upon me and creamed me to the ground.

Ravage

Definition:the position or bearing of the body while standing.

Part of speech:noun

Synonym:attitude

Antonym:0

Sentence: I have a very weird stance that has an attitude towards my family.

Stance

Definition:low or mean, base.

Part of speech:adjective

Synonym:crude

Antonym:nice

Sentence: I have a tawdry that is very crude and annoying towards my friends

Tawdry

Definition: a person who changes to the opposite party or faction

Part of speech:Noun

Synonym:traitor

Antonym:loyalist

Sentence: We had a turncoat in our party and he wasna traitor to us.

Turncoat

Definition:Modest, unpretentious

Part of speech:Adjective

Synonym:0

Antonym:conceited

Sentence: I am very unassuming in these types of situations today.

Unassuming

Definition:to surge up or billow forth, as smoke or heat

Part of speech:verb

Synonym:delight in, bask in

Antonym:0

Sentence: I would like to wallow with this group and bask in to the game.

Wallow

Definition:to roll about or lie in water

Part of speech:Verb

Synonym:hesitate

Antonym:stand firm

Sentence: I like to waver when something suspicious is going on and hesitate.

Waver

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