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Lesson 5 Language Arts Matias 6th grade February 10, 2015
abode
agitate
ample
belittle
the place where one lives.
to excite or disturb
enough or more than enough
to make someone or something seem small or unimportant
abode
the place where one lives.
agitate
to excite or disturb
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Lesson 5 Language Vocabulary 6th Grade
caution
dread
generation
heroic
a warning; carefulness; to warn
to look forward to with fear; great fear; inspiring awe or fear
all the people born and living at about the same time and hav…
brave; strong and noble; like a hero
caution
a warning; carefulness; to warn
dread
to look forward to with fear; great fear; inspiring awe or fear
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6th grade language - Vocab Lesson 5
pedestrian
pedicure
pedometer
podiatrist
a person walking in a city or along a road
a treatment to improve the appearance and health of the feet…
a device that measures the distance a person travels by walking
a doctor who treats injuries and diseases of the foot
pedestrian
a person walking in a city or along a road
pedicure
a treatment to improve the appearance and health of the feet…
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7th Grade Language Arts Lesson 5
assuage
blasphemous
celestial
dialogue
to make less severe or painful
disrespectful toward what is considered sacred
of or relating to the sky or heavens
a conversation between two people
assuage
to make less severe or painful
blasphemous
disrespectful toward what is considered sacred
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Language Arts (9th-12th) Grade Lesson 5 Scientist Terms
What are rocks classified by geologists
Faults
Mt. Rushmore
Meteorology
igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
Disturbed rocks.
A well-known dome mountain that is carefully carved.
The science of weather.
What are rocks classified by geologists
igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
Faults
Disturbed rocks.
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Vocab#5 6th Grade Language Arts
admire
love
move
though
a d m i r e
l o v e
m o v e
t h o u g h
admire
a d m i r e
love
l o v e
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6th Grade Language Arts Lesson 11
accessory
auxiliary
entail
essence
something extra added that adds usefulness to an object
providing extra help or support
to require or involve
the most basic part of something
accessory
something extra added that adds usefulness to an object
auxiliary
providing extra help or support
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Language Arts 6th Grade Morphemes 5
se
im, in
ty, ity
al, ial, tial
Apart, aside, without
In, into
State of, quality of
Relating to, characterized by
se
Apart, aside, without
im, in
In, into
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Language Arts - 6th Grade 1/5/2014
Commemorate
Contemplate
Forlorn
Majestic
To honor the memory of
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
Lonely, abandoned, hopeless
Grand
Commemorate
To honor the memory of
Contemplate
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
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6th Grade Language Art Lesson 10
acquaint
aloof
amiable
betray
to make familiar with, to get to know
unfriendly
good-natured and friendly
to reveal, to make known
acquaint
to make familiar with, to get to know
aloof
unfriendly
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Vocabulary Language Arts (unit 6, lesson 1) 6th grade
ambiguous
transgression
banishment
vile
adj. unclear.
n. an instance of breaking the law or going against a command.
n. the act or state of being driven from a country or place.
adj. hateful, evil, disgusting.
ambiguous
adj. unclear.
transgression
n. an instance of breaking the law or going against a command.
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Vocabulary Language Arts (unit 6, lesson 3) 6th grade
surreptitious
reproach
reproach
sinister
adj. secretive
n. criticism: blame
v. to blame: to express disposal of
adj. threatening evil
surreptitious
adj. secretive
reproach
n. criticism: blame
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Vocabulary Language Arts (unit 6, lesson 2) 6th grade
aversion
pleasantly
platitude
erroneous
n. a strong dislike
n. a polite remark
n. a common, unoriginal remark
adj. incorrect, mistaken
aversion
n. a strong dislike
pleasantly
n. a polite remark
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Vocabulary Language Arts (unit 8 lesson 1) 6th grade
Attribute n.
Attribute v.
Credence
Deem
n. a quality or characteristic associated with a specific per…
v. to relate to a particular cause or source
n. acceptance as true; a belief
v. to judge
Attribute n.
n. a quality or characteristic associated with a specific per…
Attribute v.
v. to relate to a particular cause or source
6th Grade Language Arts - Root Lesson 1 & 2
Envision (v)
Revise (v)
Supervise (v)
Visible (adj)
to imagine; form a picture in the mind
to look back and change; to correct and improve
to direct or oversee, watchover or take care of
able to be seen
Envision (v)
to imagine; form a picture in the mind
Revise (v)
to look back and change; to correct and improve
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Vocabulary Language Arts (unit 8 lesson 2) 6th grade
confounded
conjecture1
conjecture2
confusedly
(v.) to puzzle; to bewilder
(n.) a guess based on partial information
(v.) to make a guess based on partial information
(adv.) acting in a confused or puzzled way.
confounded
(v.) to puzzle; to bewilder
conjecture1
(n.) a guess based on partial information
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6th Grade Language Arts - Unit 2 Week 5
Forlorn
Commemorate
Contemplate
Majestic
a person who is lonely and miserable
to honor the memory of
to think about something seriously for a long time.
Grand and Impressive
Forlorn
a person who is lonely and miserable
Commemorate
to honor the memory of
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Lang Arts Lesson 5 - "Stormalong"
seafaring
tidal
foaming
outcast
1. travel by sea.... 2. the work or occupation of a sailor.
having to do with the ocean tides.
1. a whitish mass of small bubbles that forms on the surface…
one who is rejected or ignored by others.
seafaring
1. travel by sea.... 2. the work or occupation of a sailor.
tidal
having to do with the ocean tides.
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6th Grade - Language Arts: Vocab Chapter 5 Review
Root: Ject
Root: Mot/Mov
Root: Mob
Prefix: E-
To Throw
To Move
Moving
Out, or Away
Root: Ject
To Throw
Root: Mot/Mov
To Move
6th Grade Language Arts Exam: Adverbs (Ch5) {Pt2}
What are the types of adverbs?
What is the difference between positiv…
Good and bad are...... (Adverbs/adjectives)
Well and badly are...... (Adverbs/adjecti…
Time, place, manner, degree, affirmation, negation
Positive: Describes a noun... Comparative: Describes something a…
Adverbs!
Adjectives!
What are the types of adverbs?
Time, place, manner, degree, affirmation, negation
What is the difference between positiv…
Positive: Describes a noun... Comparative: Describes something a…
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Language Arts: 6th grade: 10/5 - 10/9
Classification
Compartment
Engulfs
Flanked
The act of sorting items into groups
a separate section
completely surrounding something or taking it over
to be placed or positioned on either side of something or som…
Classification
The act of sorting items into groups
Compartment
a separate section
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Wordly Wise (6th) Lesson 5
antic
attire
captivate
deft
n. (usually pl.) A playful or funny act.
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... v. To dres…
v. To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
adj. Quick and sure; skillful at handling.
antic
n. (usually pl.) A playful or funny act.
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... v. To dres…
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Lesson 5
aggravate
cease
coincide
considerable
to make worse
to stop; discontinue
to happen at the same time
rather great; rather large; quite a bit
aggravate
to make worse
cease
to stop; discontinue
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Vocabulary Power Lesson 5
haughty
shuffle
aquatic
solitude
too proud and scornful of others; arrogant
walk without lifting the feet
growing or living in water
being alone
haughty
too proud and scornful of others; arrogant
shuffle
walk without lifting the feet
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Lesson 5 vocabulary
学校
幼儿园
小学
初中
school
kindergarten
elementary school
middle school
学校
school
幼儿园
kindergarten
6th Vocabulary lesson 5
accumulate
ample
barren
barren
To pile up or collect
more than enough; plenty
not capable of producing plants or crops; unproductive
empty
accumulate
To pile up or collect
ample
more than enough; plenty
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Vocabulary Lesson 5
antic
attire
captivate
deft
a playful or funny act
clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes; to dress up o…
to please greatly; to win over by special charm
quick and sure; skillful at handling
antic
a playful or funny act
attire
clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes; to dress up o…
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The Monkey's Paw Vocabulary Lesson 5
aghast
burly
fakir
jar
shocked or horrified
muscular and heavily built
a Muslim or Hindu holy man believed to have miraculous powers
to startle, unsettle, disturb or irritate
aghast
shocked or horrified
burly
muscular and heavily built
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Adventures of Don Quixote Lesson 5
confounded
deceive
fortune
sexton
terrible or annoying
to make someone believe something that is not true; trick or…
luck
a person who takes care of church building and surrounding pr…
confounded
terrible or annoying
deceive
to make someone believe something that is not true; trick or…
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Lesson 5 spelling and vocabulary words
Adaptable
Decree
Esteem
Gumption
Able to adjust to new situations
An official order given by someone with power
To earn respect or have someone think well of you
Time, hard work, and energy
Adaptable
Able to adjust to new situations
Decree
An official order given by someone with power
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Lesson 5 Spelling
ounce
sprawl
launch
loyal
to lie or sit with arms and legs spread out; to spread out in…
faithful allegiance to a leader
ounce
sprawl
to lie or sit with arms and legs spread out; to spread out in…
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Journeys Lesson 5 Vocabulary
opponent
brutal
supposedly
gorgeous
a person who is on the opposite side; a rival
harsh, cruel, ruthless
thought to be, seemingly
amazingly beautiful, magnificent, dazzling
opponent
a person who is on the opposite side; a rival
brutal
harsh, cruel, ruthless
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Lesson 5 General Context Clues
pervaded
surreptitiously
collaborate
derogatory
to become spread throughout all parts of
secretly; furtively; stealthily
to work with another toward a goal
Insulting or intended to insult
pervaded
to become spread throughout all parts of
surreptitiously
secretly; furtively; stealthily
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Lesson 5
abate
chagrin
compensate
devotion
to reduce, to lesson
distress or embarrassment at having failed or been humiliated
to make up for; to repay for services
complete dedication to a cause or person
abate
to reduce, to lesson
chagrin
distress or embarrassment at having failed or been humiliated
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Vocabulary For Achievement Lesson 5 - Help and Improvement
amelioration
assuage
compensate
conserve
n. the act of making better or improving
v. to relieve or to make less difficult
verb a. to pay... verb b. to make up for
verb:... to protect from wasteful loss... noun: conservation
amelioration
n. the act of making better or improving
assuage
v. to relieve or to make less difficult
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Q3W5 LA 6 Spelling Lesson 5
specific
census
niece
certificate
The amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1 g…
A periodic and official count of a country's population.
a daughter of your brother or sister
A written statement that is accepted as proof of certain fact…
specific
The amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1 g…
census
A periodic and official count of a country's population.
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LESSON 5: Health and Illness
acute
paralysis
allergic
soothe
very sharp or severe
the loss of feeling or ability to move
very sensitive to certain things or foods
to relieve by calming or comforting
acute
very sharp or severe
paralysis
the loss of feeling or ability to move
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Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 5
antic
attire
captivate
deft
n. (usually pl.) A playful or funny act.
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... v. To dres…
v. To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
adj. Quick and sure; skillful at handling.
antic
n. (usually pl.) A playful or funny act.
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... v. To dres…
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Lesson 5 Vocabulary
gratitude
caution
involve
error
a feeling of grateful appreciation for something received or…
a warning; carefulness; to warn
to include; to relate to; to make busy; to make complicated
a wrong belief or opinion; a wrongdoing; a mistake
gratitude
a feeling of grateful appreciation for something received or…
caution
a warning; carefulness; to warn
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Language Arts Vocabulary - Lesson 5
accumulate
ample
barren
comprehensive
to pile up or collect
more than enough; plenty
a. not capable of producing plants or crops; unproductive... b.…
a. complete; including everything or the most important thing…
accumulate
to pile up or collect
ample
more than enough; plenty
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Vocabulary Words Lesson 5
Gloves
Speed
Skill
Screens
A covering to protect the hand, with a separate part for each…
Fast motion; swiftness
Ability that comes from training and practice.
A mesh woven loosely of wires so as to leave small openings b…
Gloves
A covering to protect the hand, with a separate part for each…
Speed
Fast motion; swiftness
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Vocab Lesson 5
aquatic
gait
cunning
feline
Growing or living in or on water
Manner of walking
Cleverness; slyness, Crafty or sly
Catlike, sly, stealthy, A member of the family of cats, lions…
aquatic
Growing or living in or on water
gait
Manner of walking
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Wordly Wise 6th Grade, Lesson 5
antic
attire
attire
captivate
noun; A playful or funny act.... The _______ of the clown made…
noun; Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... The ch…
verb; To dress up or be dressed up.... The designer ______ the…
verb; To please greatly; to win over by special charm.... The a…
antic
noun; A playful or funny act.... The _______ of the clown made…
attire
noun; Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... The ch…
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Caesar's English Lesson 5
circum
mal
post
equi
around
bad
after
equal
circum
around
mal
bad
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6th Grade Vocab Lesson 5
claim
entrust
embark
prospect
(v.) -to state that you own something or have a right... (n.) -a…
(v.) -to give away an object or information believing it will…
(v.) -to begin a journey or start something new
(n.) -an vent that is likely to happen or is expected... (v.) -t…
claim
(v.) -to state that you own something or have a right... (n.) -a…
entrust
(v.) -to give away an object or information believing it will…
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6th grade - Lesson 5
ad-
-circum-
-cycl-
-meter-
toward, to, in, for, near
around
circular
measure
ad-
toward, to, in, for, near
-circum-
around
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Language Arts Lesson 5
Behold
Envision
Gape
Perceptive
To gaze at; to look upon
To picture in the mind
To stare at in amazement with the mouth open
Having the ability to be keenly aware of things and situations
Behold
To gaze at; to look upon
Envision
To picture in the mind
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lesson 5 and 3
postscript
prescription
scribe
script
a note added after ending a letter
an order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books
the text of a play or movie or brodcast
postscript
a note added after ending a letter
prescription
an order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
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Journeys Grade 6 Lesson 5 Spelling Words Homophones
waist
waste
patience
patients
the part of the human body below the ribs and above the hips.
material that is not wanted; the unusable remains or byproduc…
the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or sufferi…
a person receiving or registered to receive medical treatment.
waist
the part of the human body below the ribs and above the hips.
waste
material that is not wanted; the unusable remains or byproduc…
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SAT Vocabulary Lesson 5
acrimonious
penitent
malice
infallible
angry in tone
feeling or showing regret for past actions
desire to harm others
incapable of error
acrimonious
angry in tone
penitent
feeling or showing regret for past actions
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