Everyday Words Lesson 2 (Terms/Definitions)
A water-filled enclosure in which aquatic animals are kept.
A reference book containing an explanatory alphabetical list of words.
The state of being equal.
Capable of being but not yet in existence.
Following successively without interruption.
Lasting or used for a limited time; impermanent.
One who creates works of art.
To reach a conclusion by reasoning.
To make or declare void or invalid, as a marriage or a law; nullify; cancel.
To pierce with a pointed object.
Happening, existing, or done at the same time.
A short saying in widespread use that expresses a well-known truth or fact.
To conceal one's true feelings or intentions.
Exhibiting art or skill.
An adjective describing a female who has not borne offspring.
Pertaining to, similar to, containing, or dissolved in water; watery.
To lead a person away from duty or proper conduct; corrupt.
Using exactly the same words; word for word.
Pertaining to, concerned with, or limited by time or worldly affairs.
A formal proclamation, command, or decree
Full of or exhibiting servile compliance; fawning
Possessing inner or physical strength; powerful
A fine point of etiquette; 2) Precise observance of formalities.
A pipe or channel designed to transport water from a remote source, usually by gravity.
To make null; invalidate; negate, abolish, annul, void, cancel.
power, ability, or effect.
An invocation of divine blessing, usually at the end of a church service.
An artful device or stratagem; trickery; cleverness; ruse, wile, maneuver.
Done with little or no preparation or practice; impromptu.
To cite as an example or means of proof in an argument; bring forward for consideration.
Words in excess of those needed for clarity or precision; wordiness
Funeral rites or ceremonies
Painful; distressing; appealing to the emotions; touching.
Moving or acting very slowly; sluggish.
Exhibiting or characterized by equity; impartial or reasonable.