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12 terms

Sadlier Oxford Level Orange Unit 1

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celebrity
(n.) a well-known person; someone who is famous; fame
counsel
1.) (n.) opinions or ideas given for a plan of action; a talk that leads to a decision; a lawyer 2.) (v.) to give advice or an opinion; to offer help
demonstrate
(v.) to clearly explain, show or prove with examples, models, or experiments; to gather in public to support an opinion or cause
drowsy
(adj.) ready to fall asleep, sleepy
essential
1.) (adj.) of the highest importance, necessary 2.) (n.) something necessary or very important
hardship
(n.) something that causes suffering or difficulty; a condition that is hard to bear
haul
1.) (v.) to move by pulling, dragging, or carting, something in a vehicle; to apply force to transport something 2.) (n.) the amount taken or won at one time
humble
1.) (adj.) low in rank or position; plain, not pround or grand 2.) (v.) to take away one's spirit, power, fame, or independence
pledge
1.) (n.) something given as a sign of a promise, especially money meant for a good cause; a sign or promise to fulfill an agreement 2.) (v.) to promise
sincere
(adj.) without pretending; with honesty and real feeling
stampede
1.) (n.) a wild rush of animals or people, usually when frightened 2.) (v.) to run away or cause to scatter in a wild manner, often in panic; to rush forward together as a crowd
suitable
(adj.) just right or appropriate; well matched