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  1. Cirque (Challenge)
  2. Circumlocution (Challenge)
  3. Prefigure (Challenge)
  4. Cycloid (Challenge)
  5. Orbit
  1. a adj. 1. Resembling a circle; circular 2. Smooth-edged, more or less circular in form, and having concentric striations 3. (of a fish) Having such scales 4. Psychiatry, of or noting a personality type characterized by wide fluctuation in mood within the normal range n. 5. A cycloid fish 6. Geometry, a curve generated by a point on the circumference of a circle that rolls, without slipping, on a straight line
  2. b n. 1. Circle; ring 2. A bowl-shaped, steep-walled mountain basin carved by glaciation, often containing a small, round lake
  3. c v. 1. To show or represent beforehand by a figure or type; foreshadow 2. To picture or represent to oneself beforehand; imagine
  4. d n. 1. A roundabout or indirect way of speaking; the use of more words than necessary to express an idea 2. A roundabout expression
  5. e n. 1. Path of one body as it revolves around another body 2. A sphere of influence; a range of action or experience

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  1. adj. Cautious and watchful; prudent
  2. adj. Occurring or moving in cycles
  3. <L. "circle," "anything round"
  4. n. A shape or outline; a method of arrangement
  5. adj. Using figures of speech; symbolic, not literal

5 True/False questions

  1. Circumferencen. The outer boundary of a circle; the perimeter

          

  2. Cyclotron (Challenge)n. Any low-growing plant of the genus Cyclamen, belonging to the primrose family, having tuberous rootstocks and nodding white, purple, pink, or crimson flowers with reflexed petals

          

  3. Encyclical (Challenge)adj. 1. Resembling a circle; circular 2. Smooth-edged, more or less circular in form, and having concentric striations 3. (of a fish) Having such scales 4. Psychiatry, of or noting a personality type characterized by wide fluctuation in mood within the normal range n. 5. A cycloid fish 6. Geometry, a curve generated by a point on the circumference of a circle that rolls, without slipping, on a straight line

          

  4. Transfigure (Challenge)v. 1. To change in outward form or appearance; transform 2. To change so as to glorify or exalt

          

  5. Orbn. 1. A sphere; anything spherical in shape (for example, a planet, an eye) 2. A globe carried by a monarch as a symbol of office

          

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