vocabulary workshop level C unit 3 10-20
Terms in this set (10)
(adj.) in very great numbers; (n.) a very great number
syn. innumerable, countless
ant. few, scant, sparse
Hogwarts always has a myriad amount of wizards.
(n.) a point of view or general standpoint from which different things are viewed, physically or mentally; the appearance to the eye of various objects at a given time, place, or distance
syn. viewpoint, sense of proportion
JK Rowling got a new perspective on life after her mom died.
(v.) to trouble, make uneasy; to disturb greatly; to throw into confusion
syn. upset, agitate, anger, irritate
ant. delight, gladden, please
Voldemort always perturbed Harry's dreams at night.
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
syn. gigantic, tremendous, outstanding
ant. puny, minuscule, insignificant
Hermione always had a prodigious amount of homework.
(adj.) connected with or related to the matter at hand
syn. pertinent, germane, applicable
ant. unconnected, extraneous
I always felt like care of magical creatures is an irrelevant subject to a wizard's education.
(adj.) extremely nervous and easily frightened; shy or timid; extremely cautious; unstable, undependable
syn. jumpy, restive, capricious, fickle
ant. bold, daring, reckless, cool, unflappable
Dumbledore is not a skittish person at all, he's brave.
(n.) a rope or chain used to fasten something to a fixed object; the outer limit of strength or resources; (v.) to fasten with a rope or chain
syn. tie up, chain up, leash
ant. untie, let loose
Harry and Hermione released the tether that bound Buckbeak to his death post.
(n.) a sounding together; agreement or accord
syn. harmony, concord, assent
While in the Department of Mysterious, they cast a stunning spell in unison.
(v.) to compete; to strive for victory or superiority
syn. contend, rival
Cornelius Fudge thought that Dumbledore was trying to vie for the role of Minister of Magic.
(adj) stubbornly self-willed; done on purpose, deliberate
syn. headstrong, obstinate, premeditated
ant. docile, obedient, tractable
Snape cast the killing curse upon Dumbledore willfully and without regret.
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