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16 terms

wordlywise book 5 lesson 14

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access
(n.)freedom of permission to enter, a way of approach or entrance; passage.
associate
(v.) to join or be together as partners, allies, or friends; to link in one's mind, connect (n.) a partner, friend (adj.) having less than full rank
boisterous
(adj.) rough and noisy in a cheerful way; high-spirited
brilliant
1.Very bright; sparkling2. Very clever or smart
decade
(n.) a 10 year period
delicate
(adj.) easily broken or damaged; needing care or skill;in poor health; weak.
employ
(v.) to make use of; to put to work on a job or task for pay
idle
(adj.) doing nothing; not working; (v.) to spend time doing nothing., to run (an engine) slowly
illuminate
(v.) to light up to supply with light, to make clear or understandable
provide
(v.) to give what is needed; to supply
require
(v.) to need or demand
taunt
(v.) to make fun of in a insulting way; to jeer at, mock; (n) an insulting or mocking remark
tolerant
(adj.) willing to let others have there own beliefs and ways
transform
(v.) to change the form looks or nature
wilderness
(n.) an area were there are few people living and area still in its nartual state
tolerate
(v.) to put up with, to bear