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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Customs
Engagement
Retirement:
Anniversary
Traditions within a culture, usually used to describe traditi…
A promise to wed, to get married soon (usually within a year)…
The action of leaving your job because of your old age.
A date that is remembered or celebrated because a special eve…
Customs
Traditions within a culture, usually used to describe traditi…
Engagement
A promise to wed, to get married soon (usually within a year)…
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English: Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Martial (adj.)
Mentor (n.)
Mercurial (adj.)
Myrmidon (n.)
Pertaining to war; Warlike
Wise and trusted advisor; Tutor; Coach
1. Quick; Vivacious; Active; Lively... 2. Inconstant; Unstable;…
Obedient and unquestioning follower
Martial (adj.)
Pertaining to war; Warlike
Mentor (n.)
Wise and trusted advisor; Tutor; Coach
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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
threshold
audible
subtle
candid
a doorsill; the entrance or beginning point
can be heard; loud enough to hear
requiring mental keenness; not open or direct; skillful; not…
fair, just; honest, frank; unposed and informal
threshold
a doorsill; the entrance or beginning point
audible
can be heard; loud enough to hear
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English "Of Mice and Men" Chapter 6 Vocabulary
lanced
scudded
disapprovingly
haunches
pierced with a sharp instrument
moved swiftly and smoothly
with negative judgment based upon personal standards
hip, buttocks, or upper thigh of an animal
lanced
pierced with a sharp instrument
scudded
moved swiftly and smoothly
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English III Vocabulary Chapter 6
appall
cognizant
commiserate
expedient
to shock
conscious of
to express sorrow
self-interested
appall
to shock
cognizant
conscious of
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English chapter 6 vocabulary
Atone
Bondage
Credible
Defray
(v) to make up for... Synonyms: expiate, make amends for
(n) slavery; any state of being bound or held down... Synonyms…
(adj) believable... Synonyms; plausible, acceptance, likely,…
(v) to pay for... Synonyms; settle, bear the cost, foot the bill
Atone
(v) to make up for... Synonyms: expiate, make amends for
Bondage
(n) slavery; any state of being bound or held down... Synonyms…
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Shurley English Chapter 6
valiant
synonym for valiant
antonym for valiant
The _____ fireman rescued the family f…
showing bravery
courageous
cowardly
valiant
valiant
showing bravery
synonym for valiant
courageous
English 9: Vocabulary Chapter 6
Advantageous
Anguish
Disposition
Distort
Offering gain or profit; beneficial
Extreme mental or physical pain or suffering; agony
The usual mood of a person; temperament
To disfigure or twist out of shape; alter
Advantageous
Offering gain or profit; beneficial
Anguish
Extreme mental or physical pain or suffering; agony
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English 9 - Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Auto-
Ex-
-Ful
Multi-
Self
Not
Full of
Many
Auto-
Self
Ex-
Not
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English "Of Mice and Men" Chapter 6 Vocabulary
lanced
scudded
disapprovingly
haunches
pierced with a sharp instrument
moved swiftly and smoothly
with negative judgment based upon personal standards
hip, buttocks, or upper thigh of an animal
lanced
pierced with a sharp instrument
scudded
moved swiftly and smoothly
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English 9 Vocabulary Chapter 6
advise (verb)... I'd like to advise Alan…
current (adjective)... Rita keeps up with…
deprive (verb)... Issac's mother deprives…
hesitate (verb)... Rodrigo hesitated to a…
to suggest to
up-to-date
to keep from
to be undecided
advise (verb)... I'd like to advise Alan…
to suggest to
current (adjective)... Rita keeps up with…
up-to-date
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English Vocabulary Chapter 6
Beneficial, Adj
Consecrate, Verb
Convincing, Adj
Curtail, V
favorable or advantageous; resulting in good.
make or declare (something, typically a church) sacred;
Believe
reduce in extent or quantity
Beneficial, Adj
favorable or advantageous; resulting in good.
Consecrate, Verb
make or declare (something, typically a church) sacred;
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English 9 Vocabulary Chapter 6
agile
annual
eclipse
exceed
able to move quickly and easily
happening every year
to put another object in shadow
to be great
agile
able to move quickly and easily
annual
happening every year
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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
auto-
ex-
-ful
multi-
self.
out.
full of.
many.
auto-
self.
ex-
out.
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English Vocabulary Chapter 6
Vit, viv
extra-
chron, chrono-
liber, liver
life, lively
outside, beyond
time
free, freedom
Vit, viv
life, lively
extra-
outside, beyond
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Chapter 6 English Vocabulary
Ann/ Enn
Audi/ Audio-
Cycl/Cyclo-
-Hood
Year
Hearing; Sound
Circle
State; Condition
Ann/ Enn
Year
Audi/ Audio-
Hearing; Sound
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Chapter 6 English Vocabulary
Appall
Cognizant
Commiserate
Expedient
To horrify; dismay
Aware
To sympathize; express compassion
Self serving; convenient
Appall
To horrify; dismay
Cognizant
Aware
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Chapter 6 Vocabulary english
appall
Cognizant
Commiserate
Expedient
greatly dismay or horrify.
having knowledge or being aware of.
express or feel sympathy or pity; sympathize.
of an action) convenient and practical, although possibly imp…
appall
greatly dismay or horrify.
Cognizant
having knowledge or being aware of.
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English Chapter 6 vocabulary
accede
brandish
comprise
deft
to yield to, to assume an office or dignity
to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
to include or contain; to be made up of
skillful, nimble
accede
to yield to, to assume an office or dignity
brandish
to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
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Chapter 6 Vocabulary English
diversity
compensate
surpass
verify
variety
to make suitable payment to; pay; repay
to do better than; go beyond in achievement or qualty
to test or check the truth or accuracy of something; prove
diversity
variety
compensate
to make suitable payment to; pay; repay
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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
grave
gravitate
aggravate
pendlum
Gloomy; serious
To cause to move forward
To make worse
An object that hangs down and swings in a regular motion
grave
Gloomy; serious
gravitate
To cause to move forward
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Chapter 6 English Vocabulary
Accede
Brandish
Comprise
Deft
Yield to; assume an office or dignity
wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
Include or contain; to be made up of
Skillful, nimble
Accede
Yield to; assume an office or dignity
Brandish
wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
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vocabulary chapter 6 - English
affluent
feasible
discern
sally
Rich
Possible
(v.) to see clearly, recognize
suddenly rush forth
affluent
Rich
feasible
Possible
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Vocabulary Chapter 6 English
anomalous
arbiter
aspersion
bizarre
deviating from what is standard, normal, or expecte
a person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a…
an attack on the reputation or integrity of someone or someth…
very strange or unusual, especially so as to cause interest o…
anomalous
deviating from what is standard, normal, or expecte
arbiter
a person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a…
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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Ann, enn
Audi, audio-
Cycl, cyclo-
-hood
Year
Hearing
Circle
Condition, state
Ann, enn
Year
Audi, audio-
Hearing
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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
quart, quadr
path, -pathy
-ly
audi, audio-
Four, fourth
Feeling, suffering
In a certain manner
Hearing, sound
quart, quadr
Four, fourth
path, -pathy
Feeling, suffering
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Chapter 6 Vocabulary English
aegis
auspicious
jaded
atone
protection, sponsorship
favorable, promising a good outcome
wearied, dull, or bored by having too much
make up (for a wrong)
aegis
protection, sponsorship
auspicious
favorable, promising a good outcome
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English chapter 6 vocabulary
quart, quadr-
path, -pathy
-ly
audi, audio-
Four, fourth
Feeling, suffering
In a certain manner
Hearing, sound
quart, quadr-
Four, fourth
path, -pathy
Feeling, suffering
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English Vocabulary Chapter 6
Accede
Brandish
Comprise
Deft
to yield to
to wave/flourish in a menacing way
to include/contain
nimble
Accede
to yield to
Brandish
to wave/flourish in a menacing way
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English Vocabulary chapter 6
anomalous
aspersion
bizarre
brusque
(adj.) abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
(n.) a damaging or derogatory statement; the act of slanderin…
(adj.) extremely strange, unusual, atypical
(adj.) abrupt, blunt, with no formalities
anomalous
(adj.) abnormal, irregular, departing from the usual
aspersion
(n.) a damaging or derogatory statement; the act of slanderin…
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Basic English Grammar_B. Azar_Chapter 6
area
berry
blood
boil
ტერიტორია
კენკრა
სისხლი
დუღს
area
ტერიტორია
berry
კენკრა
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English in a Flash Library 1 Chapter 6 list A
baking
a cone
a cube
a bear
baking
a cone
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Keys to Learning Chapter 6 English only
sick
today
piece of paper
start
sick
today
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Night Vocabulary - Chapter 6
latrine
doused
dissipated
solemn
toilet or something used as a toilet
wet thoroughly, drenched
scatter; disperse; break up and drive off
serious; grave
latrine
toilet or something used as a toilet
doused
wet thoroughly, drenched
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Medical English Chapter 6
Wheelchair
a sling
forceps
A cast
車椅子
つり包帯
ピンセット
ギブス
Wheelchair
車椅子
a sling
つり包帯
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Chapter 6 Williams English Vocab
admissible
beneficial
collegue
deflate
allowable, acceptable, worthy of being permitted
helpful; useful
co-worker at a workplace; fellow worker
to let the air out of OR to reduce in value or confidence
admissible
allowable, acceptable, worthy of being permitted
beneficial
helpful; useful
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Chapter 6 English Vocabulary
Ann, enn
Audi, audio
Cycl, cyclo
-hood
Year
Hearing
Circle
State of
Ann, enn
Year
Audi, audio
Hearing
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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
ann, enn
audi, audio-
cycl, cyclo-
-hood
year
hearing, sound
circlee
state, condition
ann, enn
year
audi, audio-
hearing, sound
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English vocabulary chapter 6
Accede
Brandish
Comprise
Deft
(V) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity
(V) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
(V) to include or contain; to be made up of
(Adj) skillful, nimble
Accede
(V) to yield to; to assume an office or dignity
Brandish
(V) to wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion
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Chapter 6 English Vocabulary
Deviate
devious
dexterous
didactic
to turn aside from a customar direction or the right course
underhanded, indirect or raoundabout; swerving from the right…
skillful in the use of the hands; capable
designed to instruct; impating a lesson
Deviate
to turn aside from a customar direction or the right course
devious
underhanded, indirect or raoundabout; swerving from the right…
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English vocabulary chapter 6
Excursion
Discourse
Acccelerated
Volatile
A brief pleasure outing
Exchange of words; conversation
Made faster
Changing often;unpredictable
Excursion
A brief pleasure outing
Discourse
Exchange of words; conversation
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Life English - Chapter 6
across
alley
after
apartment complex
건너편
골목
아파트 단지
across
건너편
alley
골목
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Chapter 6 English vocabulary
A collection of short stories, poems,…
Syn- compilation
To make more bearable, to ease
Syn- lessen
Anthology
Anthology
Alleviate
Alleviate
A collection of short stories, poems,…
Anthology
Syn- compilation
Anthology
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English Vocabulary Chapter 6
Auto-
Ex-
-Ful
Multi
self
out
full of
many
Auto-
self
Ex-
out
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English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Eerie
Ensuing
Prowess
Waning
strange and frightening; uncanny
something that comes immediately after something else
superior ability or skill
becoming less bright, intense, or strong
Eerie
strange and frightening; uncanny
Ensuing
something that comes immediately after something else
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Chapter 6 English vocabulary
Anolmalous
Aspersion
Bizarre
Brusque
Abnormal Ant: normal
Derogatory statement Ant: praise
Strange Ant: normal
Abrupt Ant: gracious
Anolmalous
Abnormal Ant: normal
Aspersion
Derogatory statement Ant: praise
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Chapter 6 vocabulary English
Auto-
Ex-
-Ful
Multi-
Self
Out
Full of
Many
Auto-
Self
Ex-
Out
10 terms
English Chapter 6 Vocabulary
quart, quadr-
path, -pathy
-ly
audi, audio-
four, fourth
feeling, suffering
in a certain manner
hearing, sound
quart, quadr-
four, fourth
path, -pathy
feeling, suffering
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English vocabulary chapter 6
Multi-
Un-
Uni-
Auto
Many
Not
One
Self
Multi-
Many
Un-
Not
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English Vocabulary: chapter 6
flu, fluc, flux (Latin)
fluctuate (v.)
fluent (adj.)
fluid (n.) ... fluid (adj.)
flow
flow like a wave; move up and down; change often and irregula…
ready with a flow of words; speaking or writing easily; artic…
1) (n.) substance that flows... 2) (adj.) ot rigid, changeabe,…
flu, fluc, flux (Latin)
flow
fluctuate (v.)
flow like a wave; move up and down; change often and irregula…
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