29 terms

Wordly Wise 3000, book 5, lesson 4

Lesson 4 word list and its definitions.

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accurate (adj.)
Able to give a correct reading or measurement.
accurate (adj.)
Without mistakes or errors in facts.
accuracy (n.)
Correctness, exactness.
approximate (adj.)
Not exact, but close enough to be reasonably correct.
course (n.)
The path over which something moves.
course (n.)
A way of acting or behaving.
course (n.)
A subject or set of subjects to be studied.
depart (v.)
To leave; to go away from a place.
departure (n.)
The act of leaving.
despair (v.)
To lose hope.
despair (n.)
A total lack of hope.
destination (n.)
The place to which something or someone is going.
deteriorate (v.)
To make or become worse.
gale (n.)
A very strong wind.
gale (n.)
A loud outburst.
horizon (n.)
The apparent line in the distance where the sky meets the sea or land.
horizontal (adj.)
Going straight across from side to side.
jubilation (n.)
A feeling or expression of great joy.
jubilant (adj.)
Very happy.
navigate (v.)
To calculate or direct the movement of a ship or aircraft.
navigation (n.)
The science or practice of navigating.
nostalgia (n.)
A longing for a certain time in the past.
nostalgic (adj.)
Having feelings of nostalgia.
revive (v.)
To make or become strong again.
revive (v.)
To bring back into use or fashion.
sever (v.)
To break off.
sever (v.)
To cut in two.
voyage (n.)
A long journey by sea or in space.
voyage (v.)
To make a journey by sea or in space.