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15 terms
Wordly Wise 6.4 Synonyms
aloft
attain
buffet
elude, elusive
up
reach, ... achieve
1. batter/hit/pound... 2. dining furniture... 3. food table
escape, obscure
aloft
up
attain
reach, ... achieve
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6 Synonyms
apparel
appreciate
continuous
dissolve
clothing... wardrobe
to grow or increase ... to in value
consistent... non-stop... on-going
melt... break up... to end
apparel
clothing... wardrobe
appreciate
to grow or increase ... to in value
11 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6: Synonyms
rouse
meddle
agony
grim
S: woke
S: interfere
S: pain
S: loyal
rouse
S: woke
meddle
S: interfere
26 terms
Wordly Wise 6 (definition)
claustrophobia
colleague
condescend (1)
condescend (2)
an abnormal fear of narrow, enclosed spaces
an associate or coworker of similar status
to lower oneself to a position one considers inferior
to behave in an offensively superior manner
claustrophobia
an abnormal fear of narrow, enclosed spaces
colleague
an associate or coworker of similar status
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6 Definitions
Abolish
Agony
Catapult
Character
V. To bring to an end ; to do away with
N. Great pain of mind or body ; suffering... Agonizing... ... ADJ. V…
N. A machine used in ancient wars that threw objects with gre…
N. The qualities that make a person or place different or spe…
Abolish
V. To bring to an end ; to do away with
Agony
N. Great pain of mind or body ; suffering... Agonizing... ... ADJ. V…
15 terms
wordly wise lesson 6 synonyms
ameliorate
baleful
berate
circumvent
improve
evil, harmful
scold, criticize
avoid
ameliorate
improve
baleful
evil, harmful
26 terms
Wordly Wise 6 Definitions
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
1.total absence if government
1.to seize to arrest
to bring before a court to face charges
1.to absorb into a population
anarchy
1.total absence if government
apprehend
1.to seize to arrest
10 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6 Synonyms 10 Words
apparel
appreciate
continuous
dissolve
clothing... wardrobe
to grow or increase ... to in value
consistent... non-stop... on-going
melt... break up... to end
apparel
clothing... wardrobe
appreciate
to grow or increase ... to in value
15 terms
wordly Wise #4 Synonyms
abhor
affable
amiss
despondent
disgust
gracious
wrong
depressed
abhor
disgust
affable
gracious
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 10 Lesson 6 with Synonyms & Antonyms
ameliorate
baleful
berate
circumvent
(V.) to make better; to become better; to improve. ... SYN: enha…
(Adj.) expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous.... SYN: mena…
(v.) To criticize vigorously; to scold vehemently... SYN: reprim…
(v.) To avoid through craftiness.... SYN: avoid, sidestep, dodge…
ameliorate
(V.) to make better; to become better; to improve. ... SYN: enha…
baleful
(Adj.) expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous.... SYN: mena…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 7 Synonyms
brawl
casual
constant
excel
fight
comfortable, unplanned, occasional, once-in-a-while
unending/continuous, unchanging, faithful/loyal
better, greater
brawl
fight
casual
comfortable, unplanned, occasional, once-in-a-while
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6 Definitions
apparel
appreciate
continuous
dissolve
the things that are worn by a person, clothing
to see the worth or quality of, to increase in value
going on without stopping
to make or become liquid; to bring or to come to an end
apparel
the things that are worn by a person, clothing
appreciate
to see the worth or quality of, to increase in value
15 terms
Wordly Wise book 6 lesson 9 - synonyms
accumulate
aggravate
conserve
contaminate
collect, gain
bother, irritate
hoard, maintain
corrupt, harm
accumulate
collect, gain
aggravate
bother, irritate
15 terms
Wordly wise / definitions / Chapter6
applaud... applauded... applause
crafty
disclose
drab
- The show approval, especially by clapping hands.... - The show…
- Skilled at tricking others.
- To make known.
- Dull and without color; not cheerful or colorful.
applaud... applauded... applause
- The show approval, especially by clapping hands.... - The show…
crafty
- Skilled at tricking others.
15 terms
Wordly Wise, Book 6, Lesson 11 - Synonyms
abbreviate
appropriate
exclude
fanciful
shorten, reduce, cut, contract, condense, compress
suitable, proper, fitting, apt, right
eliminate, rule out, preclude, foreclose
ornate, exotic, imaginative, extravagant, fantastic
abbreviate
shorten, reduce, cut, contract, condense, compress
appropriate
suitable, proper, fitting, apt, right
15 terms
Wordly Wise - Lesson 6 Definitions
abolish
agony
catapult
character
(v) to bring to an end; to do away with
(n) great pain of mind or body; suffering
(n) a machine used in ancient wars that threw objects with gr…
(n) the qualities that make a person or place different or sp…
abolish
(v) to bring to an end; to do away with
agony
(n) great pain of mind or body; suffering
13 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6: Synonyms and Atnonyms
Apparel
Appreciate
Continouos
Dissolves
Clothing ... Garment
Increase Decline... Acknowledge Criticize
Steady Ending... Regular Irregular
Melted Solidify... Thaw
Apparel
Clothing ... Garment
Appreciate
Increase Decline... Acknowledge Criticize
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 20
bluster
council
dwell
exterminate
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner.... n. Loud, boastful o…
n. A group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
v. 1. To live or reside.... 2. To keep thinking about.
v. To kill or destroy completely.
bluster
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner.... n. Loud, boastful o…
council
n. A group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 17
corrode
debris
elated
exploit
v. To eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action.
n. 1. Broken, scattered remains.... 2. Litter; rubbish.
adj. Happy and excited; overjoyed.
n. A brave or daring act; an adventure.
corrode
v. To eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action.
debris
n. 1. Broken, scattered remains.... 2. Litter; rubbish.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 16
awe
catastrophe
collide
consequence
n. A feeling of fear or nervous wonder and respect.... v. To fil…
n. Something that causes great loss and suffering; a terrible…
v. To come together with great force.
n. 1. A result or outcome.... 2. Importance.
awe
n. A feeling of fear or nervous wonder and respect.... v. To fil…
catastrophe
n. Something that causes great loss and suffering; a terrible…
18 terms
Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 6 Synonyms
addict
addiction
addictive
aspire
fan
habit
habit-forming
desire
addict
fan
addiction
habit
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 18
abroad
anguish
commence
commend
adv. Away from one's own country.
n. Extreme pain of the body or mind.... v. To suffer extreme dou…
v. To start; to begin.
v. 1. To speak of with approval; to praise.... 2. To put in the…
abroad
adv. Away from one's own country.
anguish
n. Extreme pain of the body or mind.... v. To suffer extreme dou…
28 terms
wordly wise 10 synonyms
anticipate
anticipate
bankrupt
brief
expect
look forward
unable to pay
short
anticipate
expect
anticipate
look forward
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 13
adapt
deplete
efficient
fatigue
v. 1. to change, to fit new conditions.... 2. to make changes; t…
v. to use up
adj. producing results without waste
n. a feeling of tiredness from work or exercise... v. to make or…
adapt
v. 1. to change, to fit new conditions.... 2. to make changes; t…
deplete
v. to use up
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 6
apparel
appreciate
continuous
dissolve
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of. ... 2.To increase in value.
adj. Going on without stopping.
v. 1. To make or become liquid. ... 2. To bring or to come to an…
apparel
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
appreciate
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of. ... 2.To increase in value.
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 9 Lesson 6 (definitions)
apropos
ascendancy
assess
aver
adj. Fitting the occasion; suitable or apt
n. Controlling influence; domination
v. To analyze and determine the nature, value, or importance of
v. To declare positively; to state as the truth
apropos
adj. Fitting the occasion; suitable or apt
ascendancy
n. Controlling influence; domination
16 terms
Wordly Wise 9-6 Definitions
apropos
ascendancy
assess
aver
adj. fitting the occasion: suitable or apt
n. controlling influence: domination
v. to analyze and determine the nature, value, or importance of
v. to declare positively; to state as the truth
apropos
adj. fitting the occasion: suitable or apt
ascendancy
n. controlling influence: domination
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 15
analyze
apprehension
coincide
compose
to break down into separate parts in order to study
n. worry about what might happen; dread
to be in the same place or occur at the same time
to make by combining
analyze
to break down into separate parts in order to study
apprehension
n. worry about what might happen; dread
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 3 Synonyms (grade 6)
abundant
arid
distinct
graze
surplus, plentiful
dry
noticeable different, unique, sure, definite
eat, brush, scrape
abundant
surplus, plentiful
arid
dry
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 19
breach
clammy
construct
elaborate
n. 1. An opening made by battering.... 2. A breaking or being br…
adj. Cold and damp.
v. To build; to make by fitting the parts together.
adj. Having great detail; done with much care.
breach
n. 1. An opening made by battering.... 2. A breaking or being br…
clammy
adj. Cold and damp.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8.6
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
To bring before a court to face charges
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
anarchy
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
apprehend
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 12
abandon
adversary
baffle
blunder
v. 1. To give up by leaving in time of danger.... 2. To lose or…
n. An enemy or opponent.
v. To confuse; to prevent from understanding.
n. A stupid or careless mistake.... v. 1. To make such a mistake…
abandon
v. 1. To give up by leaving in time of danger.... 2. To lose or…
adversary
n. An enemy or opponent.
34 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6 - Definitions
apparel
appreciate
appreciate
continuous
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
v. 2. To increase in value.
adj. Going on without stopping.
apparel
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
appreciate
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
34 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6 - Definitions
apparel
appreciate
appreciate
continuous
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
v. 2. To increase in value.
adj. Going on without stopping.
apparel
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
appreciate
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 14
benevolent
consent
discreet
engross
adj. Wanting to do good; kind.
v. To agree; to allow to happen.... n. Permission; approval.
adj. Showing care or wisdom in what one says or does.
v. To take up one's complete attention.
benevolent
adj. Wanting to do good; kind.
consent
v. To agree; to allow to happen.... n. Permission; approval.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 9 Synonyms
accumulate
aggravate, aggravation
conserve, conservation
contaminate, contamination
increase, gather
irritate, annoy
preserve
harm, pollute
accumulate
increase, gather
aggravate, aggravation
irritate, annoy
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 9
accumulate
aggravate
conserve
contaminate
v. To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or g…
v. 1. To make worse.... 2. To anger or annoy.
v. To save by using carefully.
v. To harm by contact with something undesirable.
accumulate
v. To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or g…
aggravate
v. 1. To make worse.... 2. To anger or annoy.
28 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 11
abbreviate
abbreviation
appropriate
exclude
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
n. The result of abbreviating.
adj. Suitable or right for the purpose.
v. To leave out; to keep from being a part of.
abbreviate
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
abbreviation
n. The result of abbreviating.
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6
abolish
agony
catapult
character
v. to bring to an end; to do away wit
n. great pain of mind or body; suffering... adj. painful
n. a machine used in ancient wars that threw objects with gre…
n. the qualities that make a person or place different or spe…
abolish
v. to bring to an end; to do away wit
agony
n. great pain of mind or body; suffering... adj. painful
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 7
brawl
casual
constant
excel
n. A rough, noisy fight.... v. To fight noisily.
adj. 1. Not planned.... 2. Not regular; occasional.... 3. Suitable…
adj. 1. Not changing.... 2. Loyal; faithful.... 3. Without a pause;…
v. To do well; to be better or greater than others.
brawl
n. A rough, noisy fight.... v. To fight noisily.
casual
adj. 1. Not planned.... 2. Not regular; occasional.... 3. Suitable…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 10
anticipate
bankrupt
brief
brisk
v. 1. to look forward to; to expect... 2. to be aware of and to…
adj. 1. unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing…
adj. short; not long-lasting... v. to give a short explanation o…
adj. 1. quick; active... 2. stimulating, refreshing
anticipate
v. 1. to look forward to; to expect... 2. to be aware of and to…
bankrupt
adj. 1. unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 4
aloft
attain
buffet
elude
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.... 2. To achieve.
n. 1. A piece of furniture with drawers and shelves for the d…
v. 1. To escape by being quick or clever.
aloft
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
attain
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.... 2. To achieve.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8 - Synonyms
accompany
beneficial
captive
convenient
join, together
helpful, favorable
prisoner
useful, suitable
accompany
join, together
beneficial
helpful, favorable
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6.1
affection
appeal
clasp
conspicuous
a fond or tender feeling
to make an earnest request; to ask
to grasp or hold tightly
easily or plainly seen
affection
a fond or tender feeling
appeal
to make an earnest request; to ask
14 terms
Wordly Wise 7.6
addict
aspire
bias
blatant
A physiological or psychological dependence on a drug or othe…
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
A prejudiced view (either for or against); a preference
Very obvious
addict
A physiological or psychological dependence on a drug or othe…
aspire
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
14 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 9 - SYNONYMS
accumulate
aggravate
conservation
diminish
pile up, collect, or gather
annoy, anger and exasperate
saving and protection
reduce
accumulate
pile up, collect, or gather
aggravate
annoy, anger and exasperate
15 terms
wordly wise 3000 book 6 lesson 6-synonyms
apparel
appreciate
continuous
dissolve
attire; vestment; suit; garb; duds; garment; gear; dress; cos…
acknowledge; enjoy; welcome; admire; commend; revere; laud; p…
endless; extended; repeated; steady; unbroken; uninterrupted;…
soften; diffuse; liquefy; render; thaw; fluidify; abate; anni…
apparel
attire; vestment; suit; garb; duds; garment; gear; dress; cos…
appreciate
acknowledge; enjoy; welcome; admire; commend; revere; laud; p…
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 10 Lesson 6 with Synonyms & Antonyms
ameliorate
baleful
berate
circumvent
(V.) to make better; to become better; to improve. ... SYN: enha…
(Adj.) expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous.... SYN: mena…
(v.) To criticize vigorously; to scold vehemently... SYN: reprim…
(v.) To avoid through craftiness.... SYN: avoid, sidestep, dodge…
ameliorate
(V.) to make better; to become better; to improve. ... SYN: enha…
baleful
(Adj.) expressing hatred or evil; harmful, ominous.... SYN: mena…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8.6
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
To bring before a court to face charges
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
anarchy
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
apprehend
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
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