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Unit 13 Vocabulary - able; capable
Terms in this set (20)
able to be managed, controlled, or accomplished without great difficulty.
not able to be touched or measured; not definite or concrete
enjoyable and pleasurable; pleasant; willing to agree to something
having or showing good sense or judgment; designed to be comfortable, useful, etc., rather than stylish.
suitable or safe to eat
of or relating to ordinary citizens and their concerns, as distinct from military or ecclesiastical matters; courteous and polite.
ready to accept control or instruction; submissive
incapable of producing any useful result; pointless
likely to change in a very sudden or extreme way; having or showing extreme or sudden changes of emotion; likely to become dangerous or out of control
capable of being defended against attack or criticism.
Although the tigers appear ____________________ during the circus acts, they are really fierce animals when uncontrolled by a trainer.
Once our hyperactive puppy goes through obedience training, she should be more ______________________.
During the battle, they found protection and safety behind a ____________________________castle wall.
We could always count on Greg's logic and good judgment to come up with a _____________ solution to a problem.
Even though the purple berries looked juicy and delicious, they were not ______________________________.
Choose an antonym for civil.
Which of the following is intangible?
a person's spirit
Choose a synonym for agreeable.
Which of the following is most likely to be futile?
looking for a lake in the middle of the desert
volcano : volatile :: butterfly :__________________________
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