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Lesson 6/Lesson 10

Language Arts-McClure MS 6th Williams AC
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Adapt
To change to be suitable or fit
Adhere
To stick to something; obey; conform to
Adjacent
Close to; bordering on
Recurrent
Happening again and agin; returning periodically
Reimburse
Pay back; refund
Reiterate
Repeat many times
Secession
The act of withdrawing from an alliance or association
Seclude
To withdraw or set apart from social contact
Segregate
To seperate from the rest of the group
Sequester
To seperate or withdraw; to choose solitude or retirement
Abandon
To leave or give up completely; to discontinue
Abdicate
Give up power, authority, or the throne
Abduct
To take away by force, kidnap
Abnormal
Not typical, average, or normal
Aboriginal
The original inhabitants of a country
Absolute
Without restraint, not dependant on anything
Absolve
To free from blame, debt, or responsibility
Abstain
To voluntarily refrain from
Abstract
Not concrete or related to specific things; not easy to understand
Apogee
The point in the moon's or satellite's orbit when it is farthest from the Earth or the body it orbits