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English 12 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
person under the guidance of another
difficult or impossible to see
extremely infectious or poisonous
calm and unemotional
protege
person under the guidance of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to see
English 10 Lesson 14
Dubious
Ecstatic
Encounter
Evolve
Unsure
Full of joy
To run into
To grow gradually
Dubious
Unsure
Ecstatic
Full of joy
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English 10 Lesson 14
levity
lexicon
libation
liege
noun-lightness or gaiety of disposition; lack of seriousness
noun-a dictionary; a special vocabulary
noun-an alcoholic drink
noun-a lord, master, or sovereign
levity
noun-lightness or gaiety of disposition; lack of seriousness
lexicon
noun-a dictionary; a special vocabulary
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English 10 lesson 14 with cartoons
dubious
ecstatic
encounter
evolve
Even though the cook promised that it was delicious, I was __…
I was _____ when I realized I had the winning ticket. OR The…
The surprise ____ with my old friend made me happy for days.…
The student's confidence _____d over the year from being scar…
dubious
Even though the cook promised that it was delicious, I was __…
ecstatic
I was _____ when I realized I had the winning ticket. OR The…
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English 9 Vocabulary lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
judicious
foible
agent that causes a change
vocabulary specific to a particular group or activity
showing good judgment
a minor weakness
catalyst
agent that causes a change
jargon
vocabulary specific to a particular group or activity
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English I Lesson 14
ensemble
entice
entomb
entomology
A coordinated outfit or costume; a musical group
to attract by offering reward or pleasure
To place in or as if in a tomb, or a grave
the scientific study of insects
ensemble
A coordinated outfit or costume; a musical group
entice
to attract by offering reward or pleasure
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Lesson 14: English 09
addicted
defraud
evict
formidable
devoted or given up to a practice or habit or to something ps…
to deprive of a right, money, or property by fraud
to expel from land, a building, etc., by legal process, as fo…
causing fear, apprehension, or dread
addicted
devoted or given up to a practice or habit or to something ps…
defraud
to deprive of a right, money, or property by fraud
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English Vocabulary Lesson 14
abundant
behold
colossal
destiny
more than enough, very plentiful
to hold in view; to look at.
huge; astonishingly large
something that is certain to happen
abundant
more than enough, very plentiful
behold
to hold in view; to look at.
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English Vocab Lesson 14
Catalyst
Jargon
Judicious
Foible
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
Showing sound judgement
A minor weakness in character
Catalyst
A person, thing, or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction…
Jargon
Vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people
English vocab lesson 14
catalyst
jargon
foible
judicious
a person,thing,or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction o…
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people ... syn:t…
a minor weakness in character ... syn:fault;shortcoming
showing sound judgement ... syn:sensible;wise;careful... ant:prejud…
catalyst
a person,thing,or agent that causes or speeds up a reaction o…
jargon
vocabulary distinctive to a particular group of people ... syn:t…
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English for life pre-intermediate lesson 14
anyway
child
how
go on a date
anyway
child
English I Vocab Lesson 14
Addicted (adj)
Defraud (v)
Evict (v)
Formidable (adj)
Dependent on a substance and unable to stop (obsession with,…
to illegally obtain money from someone (swindle, rob, trick)
To force a person by law to leave a place a person has rented…
Hard to overcome or deal with; causing fear (intimidating, th…
Addicted (adj)
Dependent on a substance and unable to stop (obsession with,…
Defraud (v)
to illegally obtain money from someone (swindle, rob, trick)
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English 10- lesson 14
Levity
Hoax
Amicable
Obstreperous
Lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
A practical joke or a trick
Friendly; peaceable
Aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
Levity
Lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
Hoax
A practical joke or a trick
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ENGLISH 3 Lesson 14
bipod
tripod
polypod
podology
two-legged support
three-legged stand
having many feet
study of the physiology of feet
bipod
two-legged support
tripod
three-legged stand
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English 11- lesson 14
Bombast
Orthography
Paleontology
Recoil
Impressive but meaningless language
Correct spelling
A science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
To retreat; to draw back
Bombast
Impressive but meaningless language
Orthography
Correct spelling
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Lesson 14 Vocabulary English 10
levity
hoax
amicable
obstreperous
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
a practical joke; a trick
friendly; peaceable
aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
hoax
a practical joke; a trick
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English Vocab Lesson 14
Bombast
Orthography
Paleontology
Recoil
n. Impressive but meaningless language.
n. Correct spelling.
n. A science dealing with prehistoric life through the study…
v. To retreat; to draw back.
Bombast
n. Impressive but meaningless language.
Orthography
n. Correct spelling.
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English II--Lesson 14
Coherent
Collaborate
Collusion
Commensurate
adj. sticking together; having an orderly relation of parts
v. to labor together
v. playing together;... n. a secret agreement between two or mor…
adj. measured together; equal in measure or size; proportionate
Coherent
adj. sticking together; having an orderly relation of parts
Collaborate
v. to labor together
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Lesson 14: English 2
levity
hoax
amicable
mundane
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... syn: frivolity…
a practical joke; a trick... syn: fraud; fake
friendly; peaceable... syn: agreeable, amiable... ant: quarrelsome;…
commonplace; earthly and not spiritual... syn: boring... ant: unique
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... syn: frivolity…
hoax
a practical joke; a trick... syn: fraud; fake
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English III--Lesson 14
panacea
inundate
cognizant
caveat
n. cure all
v. to overwhelm, flood
adj. aware
n. warning
panacea
n. cure all
inundate
v. to overwhelm, flood
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English 12 Lesson 14
affront
altercation
antagonist
bellicose
to insult intentionally
a noisy quarrel
one who opposes or competes with another
warlike in manner or temperament
affront
to insult intentionally
altercation
a noisy quarrel
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English 12 Vocabulary Lesson 14
orifice
orthography
paleontology
palliate
mouth, opening
correct spelling
a science dealing with prehistoric life through study of foss…
to ease; to lessen; to soothe
orifice
mouth, opening
orthography
correct spelling
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English 3: Lesson 14
adverse
averse
ingenious
ingenuous
opposing; contrary to one's interests; harmful or unfavorable
referring to a feeling of avoidanceand dislike
marked by inventive skill and imagination; extremely clever
unable to decieve; openly straightforward
adverse
opposing; contrary to one's interests; harmful or unfavorable
averse
referring to a feeling of avoidanceand dislike
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11th English Lesson 14
aphorism
contemplative
dogma
empirical
A short, concise statement of a general truth or opinion.
Characterized by thoughtful observation and meditation.
Official doctrine of a church. Any principle or doctrine.
Relying or based on observation and experiments. Relying on p…
aphorism
A short, concise statement of a general truth or opinion.
contemplative
Characterized by thoughtful observation and meditation.
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English (Lesson 14)
Elongate
Replenish
Intricate
Rigid
To make (something) longer, especially unusually so in relati…
To fill something up again. To restore a stock or supply of s…
Very complicated or detailed
Unable to bend or be forced out of shape; not flexible
Elongate
To make (something) longer, especially unusually so in relati…
Replenish
To fill something up again. To restore a stock or supply of s…
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Vocabu-lit lesson 14 English 12 Spring in Mesopotamia
diminutive
hue
issue
plunder
(adj.) small, smaller than most others of the same type
A particular shade of a given color
Discharge; emerge; emanate.
(v.) to rob by force, especially during wartime; to seize wro…
diminutive
(adj.) small, smaller than most others of the same type
hue
A particular shade of a given color
Lesson 14 - English
季节
天气
晴天
阴天
season; time; period
weather
sunny day; sunny
cloudy day
季节
season; time; period
天气
weather
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English vocab lesson 14
acrimonious
chastise
derogatory
disparage
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone
(adj) to punish for wrong doing or misbehavior; to criticize…
(adj) Expressing a low opinion; intended to hurt the reputati…
(v) to belittle, say uncomplimentary things; to put down, to…
acrimonious
(adj.) stinging, bitter in temper or tone
chastise
(adj) to punish for wrong doing or misbehavior; to criticize…
English II_ Lesson 14
anecdote
dearth
eccentric
economical
n. a small story, usually entertaining and frequently amusing
n. lack; scarcity; a shortage
adj. out of the ordinary; strange
adj. frugal; thrifty; not wasteful
anecdote
n. a small story, usually entertaining and frequently amusing
dearth
n. lack; scarcity; a shortage
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English Vocabulary (Lesson 14)
inspire
perspire
respiration
spirited
to motivate, guide, or influence; to give hope and courage.
to cool the body by emitting water through the pores, to sweat.
the act of breathing
having inner drive, lively, excited
inspire
to motivate, guide, or influence; to give hope and courage.
perspire
to cool the body by emitting water through the pores, to sweat.
English lesson 14
Bombast
Orthography
Paleontology
Recoil
N. Impressive but meaningless language... Syn: exaggeration ... Ant…
N. Correct spelling... Syn: alphabetical writing ... Ant: wrong spe…
N. A science dealing with prehistoric life through the study…
V. To retreat, to draw back... Syn: backfire, duck ... Ant: face, m…
Bombast
N. Impressive but meaningless language... Syn: exaggeration ... Ant…
Orthography
N. Correct spelling... Syn: alphabetical writing ... Ant: wrong spe…
English VI, Lesson 14
to enter
to enter college
to enter university
agriculture
входить
поступать в колледж
поступать в университет
сельское хозяйство
to enter
входить
to enter college
поступать в колледж
English Vocab Lesson 14
Levity
Hoax
Amicable
Obstreperous
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... -After battl…
n. a practical joke; a trick... -The woman used a pregnancy hoax…
adj. friendly; peaceable... -If you were a bit more amicable, pe…
adj. aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant... -The teena…
Levity
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... -After battl…
Hoax
n. a practical joke; a trick... -The woman used a pregnancy hoax…
English lesson 14
Bombast
Orthography
Paleontology
Recoil
N. Impressive but meaningless language... Syn: exaggeration ... Ant…
N. Correct spelling... Syn: alphabetical writing ... Ant: wrong spe…
N. A science dealing with prehistoric life through the study…
V. To retreat, to draw back... Syn: backfire, duck ... Ant: face, m…
Bombast
N. Impressive but meaningless language... Syn: exaggeration ... Ant…
Orthography
N. Correct spelling... Syn: alphabetical writing ... Ant: wrong spe…
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English Vocabulary Lesson 14
disproportionately
induce
appreciate
appreciate
(adv.) with a major difference in size or some other characte…
(v.) to try to persuade or influence someone or cause somethi…
(v.) to understand the quality, value, worth, or significance…
(v.) to increase in value
disproportionately
(adv.) with a major difference in size or some other characte…
induce
(v.) to try to persuade or influence someone or cause somethi…
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English Lesson 14 Vocab
levity
amicable
obstreperous
enraptured
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... Because of her…
friendly; peaceable... Casper had a lot of friends, as he appea…
aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant... After the todd…
delighted beyond measure... The young child was enraptured by t…
levity
lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness... Because of her…
amicable
friendly; peaceable... Casper had a lot of friends, as he appea…
Lesson 14 English
Bombast
Orthography
Paleontology
Recoil
(N). Impressive but meaningless language ... Please explain to m…
(N). Correct spelling ... The little girl reads so much and that…
(N). A science dealing with prehistoric life through the stud…
(V). To retreat, to draw back ... She recoiled from the girl bec…
Bombast
(N). Impressive but meaningless language ... Please explain to m…
Orthography
(N). Correct spelling ... The little girl reads so much and that…
10 terms
English I--Lesson 14
implement
surmount
adversary
wrangle
n. tool; instrument;... v. to carry out; accomplish; fulfill
v. to overcome (a difficulty); to rise above; to be above or…
n. an opponent; an enemy
n. a noisy quarrel or brawl; ... v. to quarrel or bicker; to win…
implement
n. tool; instrument;... v. to carry out; accomplish; fulfill
surmount
v. to overcome (a difficulty); to rise above; to be above or…
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English 10 Lesson 14
Levity
Hoax
Amicable
Obstreperous
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
n. a practical joke; a trick
adj. friendly; peaceable
adj. aggressively boisterous; stubborn and defiant
Levity
n. lightness of disposition; lack of seriousness
Hoax
n. a practical joke; a trick
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English 9 lesson 14
circumlocution
cogent
discourse
falter
the use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language
logical and convincing; appealing to reason
formal speech or writing; to write or speak formally, and at…
to hesitate or stammer in speech; to move or function in an u…
circumlocution
the use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language
cogent
logical and convincing; appealing to reason
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english 12 lesson 14
perspicacity
patent
adduce
cryptic
a sharpness an astuteness
obvious, apparent
to cite as an example
having hidden meaning
perspicacity
a sharpness an astuteness
patent
obvious, apparent
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English 12 Lesson 14
affront
capitulate
effusion
guffaw
an open, intentional insult; to insult openly; offend
to surrender on certain terms; to give up; to stop resisting
a pouring forth; an unrestrained expression of feeling in tal…
a loud, coarse burst of laughter; a horselaugh; to laugh loud…
affront
an open, intentional insult; to insult openly; offend
capitulate
to surrender on certain terms; to give up; to stop resisting
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English 402 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
(n) a person under the guidance or training of another
(adj) Difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
(adj.) extremely poisonous; full of malice; spiteful
(adj) calm and unemotional in temperament
protege
(n) a person under the guidance or training of another
indiscernible
(adj) Difficult or impossible to discern or perceive
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English 1: Lesson 14
circumlocution
cogent
discourse
falter
the use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language
logical and convincing; appealing to reason
noun: formal speech or writing... verb: to speak or write formal…
to hesitate or stammer in speech; to move or functon in an un…
circumlocution
the use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language
cogent
logical and convincing; appealing to reason
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English 11 lesson 14
Venue
Transcend
Tenet
Sensuous
A place
Go beyond or raise above
Principle or belief
Affection gather five senses
Venue
A place
Transcend
Go beyond or raise above
English Lesson 14 spelling
consent
discreet
esteem
exaggerate
to agree; to allow to happen
showing care or wisdom in what one says or does
to think highly of, respect, high regard
to describe something as larger or greater than it really is
consent
to agree; to allow to happen
discreet
showing care or wisdom in what one says or does
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English 12 lesson 14 vocab
loc
pos
top
thet, them
place
to put, place
place
placed
loc
place
pos
to put, place
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Eng 10 Lesson 14
apex
bourgeois
canine
defunct
the highest point of something; vertex
of or like the middle class (often referring to a focus upon…
dog (or animal belonging to the dog family); of or like a dog
no longer in existence or functioning; dead
apex
the highest point of something; vertex
bourgeois
of or like the middle class (often referring to a focus upon…
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Eng 9 Lesson 14
evict
incompatible
subsequent
ostracize
to force a person to leave a building the person has leased o…
unable to agree or get along; conflicting
later; coming after
to shut out or exclude from a group
evict
to force a person to leave a building the person has leased o…
incompatible
unable to agree or get along; conflicting
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Lesson 14: English 3/Honors
bombast
orthography
paleontology
recoil
impressive but meaningless language
correct spelling
a science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
to retreat; to draw back
bombast
impressive but meaningless language
orthography
correct spelling
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