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Wordly wise 3000 book 5 lesson 7
Terms in this set (21)
n. 1. A group of people, animals, or plants living close together. 2. A group of people who settle in a new land and have legal ties to the country they came from.
v. 1. To make up for, to be equivalent to. 2. To pay for.
n. Payment or whatever is given or done to make up for something.
v, 1. To put money into a bank account or to give as partial payment. n. 1. Something laid down. 2. Money put into a bank account or given as partial payment.
v. Attracted; to strongly hold the interest of.
adj. Extremely interesting.
adj. 1. Having little strength, weak. 2. Not very believable or satisfying.
adj. 1. Following rules or customs, often in an exact and proper way. 2. Suitable for events where strict standards of dress and behavior are expected.
adj. 1. Very cold. 2. Lacking a warm manner; unfriendly.
adj. 1. Rough and unpleasant to the senses. 2. Causing pain; cruel. 3. Not suitable for living things; extremely uncomfortable.
n. A closely packed group.
v. 1. To crowd together. 2. To curl one's limb up close to one's body.
adj. 1. Far away in time or space. 2. Slight or faint. 3. Controlled indirectly or from a distance. 4. Distant in manner.
v. To be like or similar to.
adj. 1. Stiff and unbending; not flexible. 2. Strict; not easily changed.
adj. 1. Being alone; lacking the company of others. 2. Being the only one.
adj. 1. Strong; solid. 2. Great in value or size.
v. To walk with short steps, swaying from side to side.
v, 1. To lay down.
v, To attract; to strongly hold the interest of.
n. An awkward, clumsy walk.
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