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WTG Lesson 9
Terms in this set (15)
one who knowingly participates with another in crime; a partner in crime
- When the robber was caught the police asked him if he had a accomplice.
1. to agree; to have the same opinion
- The judge hoped that he would concur with the choice about of the subject.
2. to happen at the same time
- She said her that if the party and the game concur, then she will have to go to her game.
a narrow crack in or through something
- The tennis court has little crevices running through the ground.
1. proper and fitting; meeting approved standards of society; respectable
- My parents encourage me to use decent table manners.
2. fairly good; satisfactory
- My parents are proud of me and my decent grades.
3. fair and kind; generous
- Always sharing and being kind is decent behavior.
to take away or lesson, especially in value or reputation
- All of the holes in the wall detract from the hotels hospitality.
1. foreign; not native
- Jungle flowers are exotic compared to the flowers in our state.
2. fascinating or interesting because of being stranger or different; striking;unusual
- Her style matched her exotic personality.
to draw back from something dangerous, painful, unpleasant, or difficult
- Jumps scares in horror movies make me flinch.
causing horror and disgust
- Some war movies can get to gruesome.
overly proud of oneself and scornful of others; showing to much pride
- The haughty man said that he deserved service before every one else and treated the employees with disrespect.
a large crowd; a swarm
- during the 80% off sale, a horde of customers lined up along the block.
used as a temporary substitute for the proper or desired thing
- The had a makeshift house until they're new one was built.
an extreme, unreasonable, and a continuing fear of a particular thing or situation.
- My arachnophobia only considers big spiders.
a feeling of being unwilling or doubtful about doing something; unwillingness
- The boy had reluctance about joining the travel soccer team because of his work load.
competition; an effort to obtain something someone else also wants or to do better than another
- DCD and Cranbrook have a huge rivalry during every sport.
an occupation, profession, or trade
- His whole life, his vocation was teaching.
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