Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Level Orange Unit 10

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distress
(n)deep worry or suffering; being in danger or in trouble (v)to trouble or upset; to cause worry or stress; to make unhappy
drench
(v)to wet or soak through and through; to cover or fill completely
dwell
(v)to live, especially in a particular place; to remain, stay; to keep one's attention on something
juvenile
(adj)not fully grown; of or meant for children or young people; foolish or immature (n)a young person or individual
outstanding
(adj)standing apart from others due to being excellent; unpaid
proceed
(v)to go on or continue in an orderly way; to start again after a pause; to start an action, move
register
(n)an official record book; the range of a voice or musical instrument; a machine that records data (v)to sign up; to show on a scale; to note or understand
sift
(v)to put through a strainer to separate or break up lumps; to sort through or examine
spree
a lively or wild outburst of activity
tardy
(adj)not on time, delayed; slow-moving
unfit
(adj)not suitable or proper; not good enough; unhealthy
variety
(n)change, lack of sameness; a number of different forms or types; a category of plants or animals

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