Wonders Vocabulary REVIEW UNIT 1 and 2
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When you ________ something, you do something to honor or remember it.
To ________ is to think about something seriously for a long time.
A ________ person is lonely and miserable.
Something is described as ________ if it is grand and impressive.
A _________ is an advantage.
_________ means that something is done in a skillful, quick, and clever way.
_________ is ridicule or a lack of respect.
_________ are the lower overhanging edges of a roof.
A person has _________ when he or she has mastered a skill.
_________ is behavior that is rude, bold, or disrespectful.
A _________ is something handed down from the past.
_________ is beauty and balance in shape and appearance.
Someone who is _______ in a language speaks or writes it well.
_______ means "suffocating or extremely close."
_______ is a major or sudden change that often creates problems or distress.
______ means "of the greatest or highest degree or amount."
An ______ is a small space set back in a wall or room.
________ is the buying and selling of products to make money.
Anything that is ________ is related to family or life at home.
A person, place, or object that is ______ is unusual and interesting.
When you are _______ to reach a goal, you are seeking to accomplish it.
A _________ is the basis on which something is developed.
Something that came before something else ________ it.
The _________ part of something is the most important part.
When you ______ an idea, you help it grow or progress.
If you _______ something, you limit or confine it.
_________ is ideas or discussion about why something has happened or might happen.
To have _______ something is to have resisted or held out against it.
An ________ is a human-made object, usually from a particular period in history.
Something that is ________ is shared by a group.
When something is _______ from a source, it can be traced back to its origin.
An __________ is something that is written, engraved, carved, or painted as a lasting record.
A _________ is a period of 1,000 years.
_________ is writing paper or envelopes.
To utilize something is to use it.
______ are the amounts or quantities of something produced or grown, such as crops.
Something that is ____________ is ready for use or purchase.
___________ means "in the main or most important ways."
_________ are things that contribute to a result.
To ______________ means "to move back and forth or up and down."
A ___________ is a rule or method for doing something.
___________ is the amount of goods or products that is available.
Items that are ______________ are made by machines, often in large numbers. (-ed suffix)
__________ are the amounts of money workers earn for doing jobs. (plural)
a condition of misfortune that is often out of a person's control.
if people or groups have come together to achieve a common goal.
a way to keep someone or something from moving about freely.
Something on a person, place or thing causes injury or harm.
you remember and talk about something that happened in the past.
A lost object that is found.
you bring it in or take it out secretly or without permission.
Someone or something that is tall, thin, and weak.
the act of placing items into groups.
a separate section.
it completely surrounds it or takes it over. (plural)
it is alongside you. (past tense)
guiding or moving position with skill. (ing suffix)
to hide it from view.
a group of related living things with very similar characteristics. (plural and singular)
is covered with water. (paste tense)
Something that has ___________, such as water, has fallen or poured down. (-ed suffix)
________________ is support of a claim with facts, usually by providing proof in writing.
Something that is ____________ is full of energy or is forceful.
________ means puts energy or power into doing something. (-s suffix)
______________ is the act of suddenly dropping or falling from a high place. (-ing suffix)
If you ___________ something, you crush it into small pieces. (-ize suffix)
A ____________ liquid is extremely hot to touch. (-ing suffix)
_________ are sharp, pointed pieces of glass, metal, pottery, rock, or other material. (-s suffix)
the bright side of something that is really not good, a second prize
a little bit of something, usually non-tangible meaning that you cannot touch it.
bad or naughty, disgusting, horrible
something that someone needs and cannot do without
feeling or idea about something without having all the facts
fearful, morbid fear of something
saying something when you don't mean it in a nasty way.
the doorway or entrance to someplace.