34 terms

4th Grade Wordly Wise Lesson #13

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appall
v. To cause horror, shock, or dismay.
appalling
adj. Causing shock and horror.
dejected
adj. Discouraged; low in spirits.
depend
v. 1. To rely on for support.
depend
v. 2. To be based on.
dependable
adj. Reliable.
dreary
adj. Sad and gloomy.
fanatic
n. A person whose enthusiasm for a belief is extreme.
fanatic
adj. Carrying an interest or enthusiasm to extremes.
impact
n. 1. The striking of one object by another.
impact
n. 2. Forceful impression.
invade
v. 1. To enter by force in order to take over.
invade
v. 2. To intrude; to enter in great numbers.
invasion
n. The act of invading.
isolate
v. To cut off from others.
isolation
n. The condition of being isolated.
isolated
adj. Cut off from others.
occupy
v. 1. To live in; to take up.
occupy
v. 2. To take over by force.
cooupation
n. 1. A person's job or profession.
occupation
n. 2. A filling up of time or space.
reveal
v. 1. To make known.
reveal
v. 2. To bring into view; to show.
rout
n. A disorganized retreat from an attack; a total defeat.
rout
v. To defeat completely.
suspect
v. 1. To think of as probably guilty.
suspect
v. 2. To suppose that something is true.
suspect
n. A person believed to be guilty.
temporary
adj. Lasting or made to last for a short time.
terror
n. Great fear.
terrify
v. To fill with terror or great fear.
tragic
adj. Causing great sadness; terrible or dreadful.
tragedy
n. 1. An event that causes great pain, suffering, or loss of life.
tragedy
n. 2. A play that ends sadly as the hero or heroine loses at the end of a great struggle.