6th Grade Lesson 4

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source
a point of origin (noun)
flirt
1. to make playfully romantic overtures. 2. to act so as to attract or provoke (verb)
one who flirts (noun)
hurdle
1. a movable barrier to be jumped over in a race. 2. an obstacle to be overcome.(noun);
to leap over (verb)
parka
a warm hooded fur or cloth jacket (noun)
frontier
an international border or the are along it (noun)
forward
at, in, near, belonging to, or situated in the front (adj)
radar
a device for detecting the position, velocity, and size of distant objects (noun)
earnest
characterized by or showing deep sincerity; serious (adj)
afford
to be able to pay for (something) (verb)
urban
typical of the city life (adj)
discard
to get rid of; junk (verb)
smirk
to smile in an obnoxiously conceited manner (verb)
rehearse
to practice ( a play or song) in preparation for a performance (verb)
mourn
to express or feel sorrow; grieve (verb)
surface
the upper layer of an area of land or water (noun)
parcel
a box or large envelope that is usually given, sent, or delivered to a person (noun)
yearn
to feel a strong desire or wish for something or to do something (verb)
fierce
1. savage and violent in nature, ferocious. 2. extremely severe; terrible (adj)
starch
a powder or liquid that contains starch and is used to make clothing stiff (noun)
formula
1. a plan or method for doing, making, or achieving something, 2. a list of the ingredients used for making something (such as a medicine or a drink) (noun)
horizontal
positioned from side to side rather than up and down, parallel to the ground (adj)
circuit
1. a series of performances, sports events, lectures, etc., that are held or done at many different places, 2. the complete path that an electric current travels along (noun)
reimburse
to pay back (verb)
formidable
very powerful or strong, very difficult to deal with, large or impressive in size or amount (adj)
monarchy
1. government by a monarch( a king or queen). 2. a state or nation ruled by a monarch ( a king or queen) (noun)