Reading I Second Semester Vocabulary
Terms in this set (32)
something you give( such as a test) or something that you monitor( such as a government agency)
doing something the same way every time.
invent or plan something.
stay or remain longer.
take or get something.
have an ambitious plan or goal.
showing high spirit or merriment.
pull back or move away or backwards.
nervous or anxious,
power or influence.
a trick used to fool someone.
to call up or bring forward.
to improve or make better.
something that is important and changes the course of events.
an area in which you are an expert.
to criticize or scold someone for wrong doing.
keep alive the memory of someone or something.
extremely impressive in strength or excellence.
in complete agreement.
gather or bring together.
obvious to the eye or mind.
a feeling of strong eagerness.
decrease in size or range.
difficult to find, catch, or achieve.
unable to produce any useful results, pointless.
strong, healthy, durable.
make a process easier.
publically recommend or support.
feeling or expressing remorse.