How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

18 terms

Wordsmart Chapter 5 Week 4

STUDY
PLAY
prosaic
adj. matter-of-fact and unoriginal
malignant
adj. dangerous or harmful
captivated
adj. to have one's attention held fully by something or someone
exhaust
v. to drain of strength; to completely use up
matriarch
n. the female head of a family or group
revered
v. to regard with respect
media
n. the means of communication, such as newspapers, television, or radio, that supplies information to a wide amount of people
propaganda
n. information deliberately spread to help or harm a person, group, or institution
repent
v. to feel sorry about a past action
immune
adj. insusceptible to harm
motive
n. something that encourages a person to act in a certain way; an incentive
jovial
adj. characterized by good humor; having a sense of lively joy
guile
n. cunning or crafty deception
persecuted
v. annoyed or harassed consistently
prose
n. the ordinary form of written and spoken language
pending
adj. awaiting decision; unfinished
laceration
n. a cut or wound
heave
v. to throw with force