VOCAB 7-9 REVIEW
Terms in this set (36)
Adjective- Faulty, imperfect, not as it should be
Adverb- In a mistaken or improper way; wrongly
Verb- To hate, dislike very much, or loathe
Adjective- Extremely bad, glaring; scandalous or notorious
Verb- To make or become confused, agitated or nervous
Noun- A state of confusion or agitation.
Verb- To bring up, care for, train, nourish
Noun- Rearing, training or upbringing
Noun- A contradictory statement that can also be true
Noun- The act of swearing to a lie
Verb- To take for granted, to assume or supposed
Adjective- Skilled, expert, or capable in any field, job or activity
Adjective- Wide-awake, alert, watchful
Noun- Large scale disaster, misfortune or failure.
Verb- To grow, thrive, or be prosperous.
Noun- A dramatic waving gesture; sound of horns.
Noun- A reason for doing something.
Adjective- Disobedient, rebellious.
Adjective- Easily read.
Verb- To spread throughout.
Adjective- Cautious, careful, showing good sense.
Verb- To put out, extinguish, or end.
Noun- A small part remaining behind or leftover.
Adjective- Happening or existing at the same time.
Verb - To speed up, move faster, to bring about more quickly
Verb- To attract or tempt
Verb- To wear away gradually; to eat away at something
Adjective- Sad, gloomy, unhappy
Noun- Sadness, gloominess
Noun- A difficult or painful experience; A trial
Verb- To continue steadily in a course of action, to refuse to stop or be changed, to last or remain
Verb- To argue or verbally disagree
Noun- A small objection or verbal fight
Verb- To approve something; to give confirmation
Adjective- Royal, king-like; fit for a king
Verb- To smother, prevent from breathing, to hold back or choke off
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