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*SPELLING WEEK 17*

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apposition
a word or phrase placed next to another word in order to define or identify it
compose
to put ideas into writing; to write a musical piece; to create or produce
depose
to remove from office or power; to take out of place; to put down
deposit
to put money into an account
expose
to put something out for others to see
imposition
something that is a burden to someone else; to put your needs above someone else's to the point that it's a burden for others
juxtapose
to place side-by-side for the purpose of comparing and contrasting
post
to put something up on a board for everyone to see; to display
proposal
a plan or offer that is usually put down in writing
transpose
to put into a different order or place; to reverse or transfer the order
assessor
an official who evaluates and settles on a value of a property for tax purposes
president
an executive officer who sits in charge of a firm ro organization
reside
to settle into a place to live; to exist
residence
a home; a place where a person settles to live
sedan
a closed automobile that has enough room for four people to sit comfortably
sedate
to help someone clam down; to help someone settle down
sedative
medicine used to help a person settle into a state of calmness
sedentary
fixed to one spot; marked by a great deal of sitting an very little exercise or travel
sediment
the solid material that settles to the bottom of a liquid
session
a meeting, class, or assembly, where a group sits together