25 terms

Wordly Wise 3000 Level 5 Lesson 13

Vocabulary Practice.

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accommodate (v.) 1.
To have or to find room for.
accommodate (v.) 2.
To do a favor for.
aggressive (adj.) 1.
Ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way.
aggressive (adj.) 2.
Bold and active.
bask (v.) 1.
To relax where it is plesantly warm.
bask (v.) 2.
To enjoy a warm or pleasant feeling.
carcass (n.)
The dead body of an animal.
conceal (v.)
To keep something or someone from being see or known; to hide.
flail (v.)
person drowning
gorge (n.) 1.
A narrow passage between steep cliffs.
gorge (v.) 2.
To stuff with food; to eat greedily.
morsel (n.)
A small amount, especially of something good to eat; a tidbit.
protrude (v.)
To stick out; to project.
ripple (v.) 1.
To form small waves.
ripple (n.) 2.
A movement like a small wave.
slither (v.)
To move with a sliding, side-to-side motion of the body.
sluggish (adj.) 1.
Lacking energy; not active.
sluggish (adj.) 2.
Slow moving.
snout (n.)
The nose or jaws that stick out in front of certain animals' heads.
taper (v.) 1.
To make or become less wide or less thick at one end.
taper (v.) 2.
To lessen gradually. (Usually used with "off.")
taper (n.) 3.
A thin candle.
visible (adj.)
Able to be seen; exposed to view; not hidden.
visibility (n.) 1.
The condition of being easily seen.
visibility (n.) 2.
The distance within with things can be seen.

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