English Honours - Lessons 1-3 LEVEL D
Miss Neale's vocabulary for the review this friday. It's on units 1 through 3... that's why I put them on here... >_< Kay-kays, happy studying. :P
Terms in this set (60)
[Verb] To warn; call on the carpet; to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to remind of a duty.
[Noun] An opening, gap rupture, rift; violation or infraction. [Verb] To create an opening; break through.
[Noun] A bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman.
[Adj.] Careful, cautious, wary, prudent, guarded.
[Verb] To seize for military or official use; to take over; requisition.
[Adj.] Clumsy; hard to handle; slow-moving; unwieldy; un-manageable.
[Noun] A standstill resulting from the opposition of TWO EQUAL FORCES or factions; to bring to such a standstill; standoff; impasse.
[Noun] Scattered fragments; wreckage; rubble.
[Verb] To spread or scatter freely or widely; disperse; widely scattered.
[Noun] A difficult or perplexing situation or problem; predicament; pickle; bind.
[Verb] To wipe out; to keep oneself from being noticed; blot out; obliterate.
[Verb] To make a mess of; jumble; mess up; to get by "Muddle through." [Noun] A hopeless mess; confusion; disorder.
[Adj] Stubborn, and often unreasonable to one's own ideas; having a closed mind; obstinate; pigheaded; inflexible.
[Adj.] Lasting for a long time; persistant; enduring; recurring; yearly. "A flower blooming yearly is perennial."
[Verb] To incline to beforehand; make succeptable to; expose to.
[Verb] To let go; give up; surrender; abandon.
[Verb] To save from fire or shipwreck; rescue; recover; reteieve; reclaim. [Noun] Properly thus saved.
[Adj.] Sudden and violent but brief; irregular; inconsistent.
[Adj.] Not genuine, not true, not valid; false; counterfeit; bogus.
[Adj.] Uncontrolled, lacking in restraint; unrestrained; unchecked.
[Verb] To make shorter; shorten; condense; abbreviate.
[Noun] A follower, supporter; disciple. [Adj.] Attached; sticking to.
[Noun] An angry argument; quarrel; dispute; squabble.
[Adj.] Resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a beautiful, round, or chubby face; sweet and innocent; angelic.
[Verb] To pardon or overlook; ignore; wink at; turn a blind eye to.
[Verb] To disagree; differ; dispute. [Noun] Disagreement.
[Adj.] Famous, outstanding, distinguished; projecting; illustrious; renowned.
[Verb] To drive out by magic; to dispose of something troublesome, menacing, or oppressive; expel; dispel.
[Verb] To make, manufacture; to make up, invent; put together; devise; concoct; contrive.
[Verb] Angry; infuriated; lively; enraged.
[Noun] Raider, plunderer; looter; pirate; freebooter.
[Noun] Excessive fatness; serious overweight; extreme corpulence.
[Noun] An extremely poor person; destitute person.
[Verb] To steal in small quantities; filch; rob; swipe.
[Noun] A split, break, breach; crack; gap; cleft.
[Noun] A likeness; an outward appearance; an apparition; appearance; air; aura; facade.
[Verb] To overcome, rise above; conquer; triumph over.
[Verb] To bring to an end; conclude; finish; discontinue.
[Adj.] Overused, stale; commonplace; corny; banal; hackneyed.
[Verb] To seize and hold for a position by force or without right; seize illegally; commandeer; supplant.
[Verb] To stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place; postpone; suspend; discontinue.
[Noun] A citizen of another country; exotic, unfamiliar. [Adj.] Foreign, strange.
[Adj.] Having a pleasing appearance; good-looking; attractive; bonny.
[Verb] To make up for; to repay for services; pay back; recompense.
[Adj.] Loose in one's morals or behavior; immoral; corrupt; dissipated.
[Adj.] Not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarily expected; undependable.
[Noun] The process of driving or forcing out; ejection; eviction; ouster.
[Noun] A deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; trick; ruse; dodge; bluff; subterfudge. [Verb] To make a deceptive movement; to make a pretense of.
[Noun] Food for horses or cattle; raw material used for a designated purpose; feed; provender.
[Verb] To strengthen; build up; reinforce; shore up.
[Adj.] Difficult or imposible to read; unreadable; scribbled; undecipherable.
[Verb] To make fun of rudely or unkindly; laugh at; mock; taunt. [Noun] A rude remark of derision.
[Adj.] Bringing in money; profitable; gainful; moneymaking.
[Adj.] Average, ordinary, undistinguished; run-of-the-mill.
[Verb] To reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly; multiply; mushroom; burgeon.
[Verb] To conquer by force, bring under complete control; subdue; vanquish; master.
[Verb] To soil, stain, tarnish, defile, besmirch; pollute; taint; smear.
[Verb] To tease, torment by teasing; tempt; lead on; make one's mouth water.
[Adj.] Brief and to the point; concise; succinct; crisp; short and sweet.
[Adj.] Firm, showing no signs of fear, not drawing back; resolute; steadfast; unwavering.
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