25 terms

4th Grade Wordly Wise Lesson #6

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applaud
v. 1. To show approval, especially by clapping hands.
applause
n. The showing of approval or enjoyment by cheering or clapping.
crafty
adj. Skilled at tricking others.
disclosure
v. 1. To make known.
drab
adj. Dull and without color; not cheerful or colorful.
entire
adj. Having nothing left out; whole; complete
exclaim
v. To speak suddenly and with strong feeling.
exclamation
n. A sharp cry of strong feeling.
exquisite
adj. Finely done or made; very beautiful.
intend
v. To plan; to have in mind.
intention
n. An aim, plan, or purpose
jeer
v. To speak or cry out in scorn; to mock
jeer
n. Something said that is meant to hurt or insult.
peer
v. To look closely; to stare at something that is hard to see or understand.
progress
n. 1. Moving toward a goal.
progress
n. 2. An improvement.
progress
v. 1. To move forward.
progress
v. 2. To advance to a higher stage; to improve.
refine
v. To make pure by removing all unwanted matter.
refined
adj. 1. In a pure state.
refined
adj. 2. Having good manners and good taste.
scoundrel
n. A mean or wicked person.
uneasy
adj. Not comfortable; worried or nervous.
vain
adj. 1. Having too high an opinion of one's looks or achievements.
vain
adj. 2. Without success.