Wordly Wise 3000 Level 5, Lesson 16
Terms in this set (15)
(v) To give up a high office.
(v) 1. To take for granted; to suppose.
2. To take over; to occupy.
3. To pretend to have.
(v) To do something badly or without skill.
(v) 1. To rule or control; to have a very important place or position.
2. To rise high above.
(adj) Coming before in time; having been at an earlier time.
(n) The first of two just mentioned.
(n) 1. One who protects.
2. One who legally has the care of another person.
(v) To lift or raise, especially by using a rope.
(n) Something used to lift, as a crane or pulley.
(v) To stop or seize something while it is on its way somewhere.
(n) The celebration of an anniversary, especially a fiftieth anniversary or beyond.
(adj) Related by birth or marriage.
(n. plural) (also kinfolk) Relatives; family.
(v) 1. To forgive.
2. To free from legal punishment.
(n) The act of forgiving or freeing from legal punishment.
(v) To make known publicly; to announce.
(v) 1. To annoy or make angry.
2. To call forth; to rouse.
(adj) Calling forth anger, amusement, or thoughtfulness; trying to cause a response.
(v) 1. To rule as a queen or king.
2. To be widespread.
(n) The rule of a queen or king; the time during which a person rules.
(n) 1. Public disorder or violence.
2. A great and seemingly disordered quantity of something.
(v) To take part in a disorder.