Part 4 (proficient~scorn)
Terms in this set (37)
skillful or good at doing something
showing deep knowledge or understanding; requiring deep thought; very deep or great in degree
to make known to many people; to make known publically and officially
plain and ordinary; like prose rather than poetry
to become successful usually by making a lot of money; to develop well or become active, healthy and strong
a set of rules that explain correct behavior; a plan for an experiment or treatment; a document that describes the details of an agreement about rules
relating to a division of a country called a province; having a narrow or limited set of concerns and interests
to cause to happen; to make angry, violent, etc.
showing careful and good judgement
a person or business that sells or provides something
to show fear in a way that can be clearly seen
old-fashioned in a way that is pleasant, charming, or interesting
to meet or make ready to meet a required standard; to make words more specific or limited in meaning
to branch out from a source
wildly out of control; spreading or growing without anything stopping
a reason, explanation, or excuse
to move back or away; to become weaker or more distant; to slope back
giving and receiving on both sides
to argue or show clearly that something is wrong
relating to a subject in an appropriate way
the part of something that is left over when most other parts are gone, destroyed, etc.
far away, especially from the main part of something; very small in possibility; not close in relationship; not friendly or involved with other people
to cause to be some way; to give or present formally; to translate into another language; to melt down
to build up or make complete again by filling in what was lacking
to repeat or copy exactly
to hold back or keep under control; to control by force
left over after something has been removed or a process has completed
to give up a position in a formal way; to give up or yield
a short period of rest or relief from something difficult, troubling, etc.
to bring back to life; to bring back into use, practice, existence, etc.
to make better or like new again
to repeat sounds that bounce off a surface, like an echo; to have a continuing effect
to feel great respect and admiration
good for one's health; providing a good or helpful effect
an official approval or permission; a penalty imposed on another country for breaking a rule, law, etc.
very small in amount or number, especially in relation to want or need
a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of respect or approval