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4th Grade Wordly WIse Lesson #4

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active
adj. 1. Taking part; working.
active
adj. 2. Lively; quick; busy.
active
adj. 3. Moving a lot; moving quickly.
astound
v. To surprise; to amaze.
attend
v. 1. To go to or to be present at.
attend
v. 2. To pay attention to.
cherish
v. 1. To cling to an idea or feeling
cherish
v. 2. To take good care of; to love.
contract
v. 1. To make an agreement that has the force of law.
contract
v. 2. To get; to come to have.
contract
v. 3. To make or become smaller.
contract
v. 4. An agreement that has the force of law.
eager
adj. Wanting very much.
eagerly
adv. With a great deal of enthusiasm, wanting.
expose
v. 1. To make known.
expose
v. 2. To open to view.
expose
v. 3. To leave unprotected
grace
n. 1. Beauty of form or movement.
grace
n. 2. A short prayer said before a meal.
grace
n. 3. An extra period to do or pay something.
graceful
adj. Having beauty of movement.
impose
v. 1. To force someone to accept or put up with.
impose
v. 2. To take unfair advantage of.
modest
adj. 1. Not thinking too highly of oneself.
modest
adj. 2. Simple; not fancy or extreme.
parallel
adj. Lying in the same direction and always the same distance apart.
paralyze
v. 1. To stop all movement or feeling in.
paralyze
v. 2. To make helpless or powerless.
pessimist
n. A person who expects things to turn out badly.
pessimistic
adj. Not having hope, joy, or confidence; gloomy.
recite
v. To say aloud before an audience, usually from memory.
recital
n. A program of music or dance.
respond
v. To answer.
response
n. Something said or done in reply.