25 terms

Wordmasters 4th grade gold 2018-2019

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Plume
1. feather
2. to indulge (oneself) in pride with an obvious or vain display of self-satisfaction
Rumble
1. to make a long, deep sound or series of sounds
2. to utter in a deep, resonant voice
3. to fight
Homely
1. plain or unattractive in appearance
2. unadorned, simple
Stalk
1. the main stem of a herbaceous plant
2. to pursue or approach stealthily
Arch
1. chief, first, rule
2. deliberately or affectedly playful and teasing
Stagnant
not running or flowing; foul from standing still; inactive
Wisp
a small thin or twisted bunch, piece, or amount of something
Churn
1. agitate or turn (milk or cream) in a machine in order to produce butter.
2. to stir or shake vigorously
Raspy
hoarse or harsh-sounding; grating
Drone
speaking in a monotonous tone; a continuous low humming sound
Scorch
burn slightly, discoloring the surface
Colossal
very big; enormous
Bungalow
a small house with a single story
Doze
to sleep lightly; nap
Minute
very small; tiny
Hunch
1. a guess or feeling not based on known facts
2. raise (one's shoulders) and bend the top of one's body forward; curve, arch
Clog
To block something; obstruct
Dramatic
1. sudden and striking
2. exciting or impressive
3. theatrical
Hurdle
obstacle or difficulty
Adorn
To make more beautiful or attractive; to decorate
Gnarled
1. knobbly, rough, and twisted, especially with age
2. crabby; cantankerous
Outburst
1. a sudden release of strong emotion
2. a sudden outbreak of a particular activity
3. a volcanic eruption
Slumber
to sleep
Silken
1. Soft or lustrous like silk (ex: —- hair)
2. Agreeably smooth, harmonious (ex: —-voice)
Moat
a deep, wide ditch, often filled with water
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