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24 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5
audacious
audacious
audacity
confiscate
adj. willing to take risks; daring
adj. showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
n. willingness to take risks by showing excessive boldness
v. to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of
audacious
adj. willing to take risks; daring
audacious
adj. showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
43 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
audacious
audacious
audacity
confiscated
Their _____________escape plan involved a helicopter landing…
Judge Miller admonished the defense lawyer for her __________…
Oliver Twist was the only boy with the ___________to ask for…
The Miami police _____________the stolen paintings they found…
audacious
Their _____________escape plan involved a helicopter landing…
audacious
Judge Miller admonished the defense lawyer for her __________…
15 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
citrus
hovels
illiterate
respite
A (a fruit of the family that includes oranges, lemons, grape…
The Saxons complained that they were forced to live in (an un…
Volunteers are needed to help teach (unable to read or write)…
The rain brought a welcome (a period of rest, pause) from the…
citrus
A (a fruit of the family that includes oranges, lemons, grape…
hovels
The Saxons complained that they were forced to live in (an un…
47 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
adequate
administers
administered
agitated
One blanket will be __________on such a warm night.
The Red Cross __________the blood donor program
The scout leader _____________first aid to the child who had…
Talk of sharks in the water ____________swimmers at the beach.
adequate
One blanket will be __________on such a warm night.
administers
The Red Cross __________the blood donor program
43 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
audacious
audacious
audacity
confiscated
Their _____________escape plan involved a helicopter landing…
Judge Miller admonished the defense lawyer for her __________…
Oliver Twist was the only boy with the ___________to ask for…
The Miami police _____________the stolen paintings they found…
audacious
Their _____________escape plan involved a helicopter landing…
audacious
Judge Miller admonished the defense lawyer for her __________…
25 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 5
antic
attire
attire
captivate
n. A playful or funny act
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
v. To dress up or be dressed up.
v. To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
antic
n. A playful or funny act
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
29 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 5
Adequate
Administer
Administer
Agitate
adj. Enough; sufficient
v. To manage or direct
v. to give out as treatment or assistance
v. To disturb or upset
Adequate
adj. Enough; sufficient
Administer
v. To manage or direct
45 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
antics
attire
attired
captivated
The _____________of the clown made the crowd roar with laught…
One often needs special ___________to be in a wedding party.
The designer ______________the models in shirts and trousers…
The cast's superby acting ________________the audience.
antics
The _____________of the clown made the crowd roar with laught…
attire
One often needs special ___________to be in a wedding party.
15 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5
audacious
confiscate
conscientious
depict
adj. willing to take risks; daring
v. to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of
adj. thorough; careful
v. to give a picture of; to describe
audacious
adj. willing to take risks; daring
confiscate
v. to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of
24 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5
audacious
audacious
audacity
confiscate
willing to take risks; daring
showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
willingness to take risks by showing excessive boldness
to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of
audacious
willing to take risks; daring
audacious
showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
25 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 5
antic
attire
attire
captivate
n. A playful or funny act
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
v. To dress up or be dressed up.
v. To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
antic
n. A playful or funny act
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
25 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 5
antic
attire
attire
captivate
n. A playful or funny act
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
v. To dress up or be dressed up.
v. To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
antic
n. A playful or funny act
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
24 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5
audacious
audacious
audacity
confiscate
adj. willing to take risks; daring
adj. showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
n. willingness to take risks by showing excessive boldness
v. to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of
audacious
adj. willing to take risks; daring
audacious
adj. showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
23 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5
audacious
audacious
audacity
confiscate
adj. willing to take risks; daring
adj. showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
n. willingness to take risks by showing excessive boldness
v. to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of
audacious
adj. willing to take risks; daring
audacious
adj. showing disrespect or a lack of courtesy
47 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
adequate
administers
administered
agitated
One blanket will be __________on such a warm night.
The Red Cross __________the blood donor program
The scout leader _____________first aid to the child who had…
Talk of sharks in the water ____________swimmers at the beach.
adequate
One blanket will be __________on such a warm night.
administers
The Red Cross __________the blood donor program
7 terms
GACS lclab - English 7 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
To capitulate
To administer a program is to
A citrus is
If someone is agitated,
is to surrender.
be responsible for running it.
a lemon or similar fruit.
that person is disturbed or upset.
To capitulate
is to surrender.
To administer a program is to
be responsible for running it.
10 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
audacious
audacious
audacity
conscientious
Their _____________escape plan involved a helicopter landing…
Judge Miller admonished the defense lawyer for her __________…
Oliver Twist was the only boy with the ___________to ask for…
Because of our ______________preparations, the science fair w…
audacious
Their _____________escape plan involved a helicopter landing…
audacious
Judge Miller admonished the defense lawyer for her __________…
80 terms
Worldly Wise 3000: Book 7- Lesson 5-8 (Language Arts Finals)
Adequate
Administer
Agitate
Capitulate
Adj. enough; sufficient
V. 1. To manage or direct. ... 2. To give out as treatment or as…
V. 1. To disturb or upset. ... 2. To move with an irregular, fas…
V. To give in; to surrender.
Adequate
Adj. enough; sufficient
Administer
V. 1. To manage or direct. ... 2. To give out as treatment or as…
15 terms
Lesson 5 words with roots: log (word, idea, reason, speech)
monologue
prologue
epilogue
eulogy
(n.) a long speech made by one person; a continuous series of…
(n.) introduction; preface; an introductory chapter at the be…
(n.) a short section added to the end of a book; a short poem…
(n.) kind words spoken about a person who has passed away; hi…
monologue
(n.) a long speech made by one person; a continuous series of…
prologue
(n.) introduction; preface; an introductory chapter at the be…
15 terms
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…
Log, Lesson 5
Analogy
Apology
Dialogue
Epilogue
Words that draw comparisons and similarities.
Words expressing regret; words asking to be excused for an ac…
A conversation between two or more people; words shared betwe…
A short section added to the end of a book; a short poem or s…
Analogy
Words that draw comparisons and similarities.
Apology
Words expressing regret; words asking to be excused for an ac…
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CIED 3103 Lesson 5
Acrylic paints
Artistic perspective
Borders
Cadenced language
acrylics (plastic paints) produce vibrant, almost glowing col…
just as an author decides what would be the best point of vie…
an artist may decide to create borders for his or her illustr…
rhythmical language.
Acrylic paints
acrylics (plastic paints) produce vibrant, almost glowing col…
Artistic perspective
just as an author decides what would be the best point of vie…
10 terms
Language Arts Lesson 5 Vocab Words
core words- graph and script
postscript
prescription
scribe
writing
noun- a note added after ending a letter (often known as P.S.)
noun- an order for medicane or other treatment written by a d…
noun- before the invention of printing; a person who wrote bo…
core words- graph and script
writing
postscript
noun- a note added after ending a letter (often known as P.S.)
22 terms
Language arts lesson 5 vocabulary
Postscript
Prescription
Scribe
Script
A note added after ending a letter ... (Often abreviated PS)
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
Before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books by…
The text of a play, movie, or broadcast
Postscript
A note added after ending a letter ... (Often abreviated PS)
Prescription
An order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
20 terms
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
Lesson 5
postscript
prescription
scribe
script
a note added after ending a letter (P.S)
an order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
before the invention of printing, a person who wrote books by…
1.the text of a play, movie, or broadcast... 2.handwriting
postscript
a note added after ending a letter (P.S)
prescription
an order for medicine or other treatment written by a doctor
10 terms
Stems & Vocabulary Lesson 5
cred
cent
ceed / cede
biblio
believe
one hundred
go
book
cred
believe
cent
one hundred
15 terms
Wordly Wise, Book 8, Lesson 5 vocabulary words
audacious
confiscate
conscientious
depict
willing ot take risks; daring, showing disrespect or lack of…
to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of.
thorough; careful. honest; principled
to give a picture of; to describe
audacious
willing ot take risks; daring, showing disrespect or lack of…
confiscate
to seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of.
26 terms
Wordly Wise, Book 6, Lesson 5
antic
attire
attire
captivate
(noun-usually plural) A playful or funny act.
(noun) Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
(verb) To dress up or be dressed up.
(verb) To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
antic
(noun-usually plural) A playful or funny act.
attire
(noun) Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
24 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 1
avid
avid
brusque
concise
adj. having a strong desire for, to the point of greed
adj. eager; enthusiastic
adj. abrupt in manner or speech; gruff
adj. short and to the point
avid
adj. having a strong desire for, to the point of greed
avid
adj. eager; enthusiastic
20 terms
ACT Words: Lesson 5 and 6
advocate
bandy
charisma
dastardly
to recommend or speak in favor of someone or something (verb)
to toss from side to side or pass about; to discuss casually…
a magnetic charm or appeal (noun)
cowardly and treacherous; using tricks to hurt people (adject…
advocate
to recommend or speak in favor of someone or something (verb)
bandy
to toss from side to side or pass about; to discuss casually…
9 terms
Lesson 5 Caesar's English Stems
pend
ex
omni
neo
hang
out
all
new
pend
hang
ex
out
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 5
antic
attire
captivate
diligent
n. 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. Working with great care and effort.
antic
n. A playful or funny act.
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... v. To dres…
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 5
confiscate
audacious
conscientious
depict
to take by force
daring; willing to take risks
thorough; pays attention to detail; careful
describe; to give a picture of
confiscate
to take by force
audacious
daring; willing to take risks
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 4 Lesson 5
abrupt
achieve
attempt
contempt
adj. Happening suddenly, without warning.
v. To do what one sets out to do.... n. Something done that take…
v. To try; to make an effort.... n. A try.
n. A feeling that someone or something is bad or unworthy
abrupt
adj. Happening suddenly, without warning.
achieve
v. To do what one sets out to do.... n. Something done that take…
25 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 4
abhor
abhorrent
affable
affability
v. to shrink from in disgust; to detest
adj. disgusting, causing loathing
adj. pleasant; approachable; gracious
n. friendliness of manner
abhor
v. to shrink from in disgust; to detest
abhorrent
adj. disgusting, causing loathing
26 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 4 Lesson 5
abrupt
achieve
attempt
contempt
happening suddenly, without warning
to do what one sets out to do
to try; to make an effort
a feeling that someone or something is bad or unworthy
abrupt
happening suddenly, without warning
achieve
to do what one sets out to do
15 terms
Worldy Wise 3000, Book 5, Lesson 5
avalanche
blizzard
challenge
conquer
1.)A great mass of ice, earth, or snow mixed with rocks slidi…
A great amount of something.
1.)To cause a person to use a lot of skill or effort.... 2.)To i…
to put down by force or authority.
avalanche
1.)A great mass of ice, earth, or snow mixed with rocks slidi…
blizzard
A great amount of something.
15 terms
Vocabulary Power Plus Book 3 Lesson 5
fop
imprecation
non sequitur
sanguine
n. excessively fashionable man... syn: Dandy
n. a curse... syn: condemnation, anathema ... ant: blessing
n. something that does not logically flow... syn: fallacy; misco…
adj. cheerful; optimistic
fop
n. excessively fashionable man... syn: Dandy
imprecation
n. a curse... syn: condemnation, anathema ... ant: blessing
11 terms
Ch1: Lit. - Lesson 5: Literary Text Structures (RL.6.5, RL.6.10) (pp. 46-51) (Cross Walk Coach-Workbook)
Text Structure
Setting
Book
Chapter
the way an author chooses to present information
It is the time and place that a story occurs.
a long story written in sentences and paragraphs
a division of a book into logical parts
Text Structure
the way an author chooses to present information
Setting
It is the time and place that a story occurs.
28 terms
GACS lclab - English 8 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 2
abrasion
abrasion
abrasive
clad
n. a wearing away or rubbing away by friction
n. a scraped or worn area
adj. causing wear by rubbing
adj. clothed or covered
abrasion
n. a wearing away or rubbing away by friction
abrasion
n. a scraped or worn area
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 9 Lesson 5
Callow
Contemporary
Cynical
Despot
Young and inexperienced.
A person living during the same time period as another.
Doubtful of the sincerity of others motives.
A ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over a grou…
Callow
Young and inexperienced.
Contemporary
A person living during the same time period as another.
20 terms
Wordly Wise book 5 lesson 5
avalanche
blizzard
challenge (verb)
challenge (noun)
n.1 a great mass of ice, earth, or snow mixed with rock slidi…
n. A heavy snowstorm with strong winds.
v.1. To invite to take part in a contest.... 2.to cause a person…
n.1.An interesting task or problem ; something that takes ski…
avalanche
n.1 a great mass of ice, earth, or snow mixed with rock slidi…
blizzard
n. A heavy snowstorm with strong winds.
14 terms
Lesson 5
amicable (adj)
amity (noun)
enamored (adj)
inimical (adj)
friendly; peaceable
friendship; friendly relations
in love with; charmed by
harmful; hostile; unfriendly
amicable (adj)
friendly; peaceable
amity (noun)
friendship; friendly relations
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 5 Lesson 5
avalanche
blizzard
challenge
conquer
n. 1. A great mass of ice, earth, or snow mixed with rocks sl…
n. A heavy snowstorm with strong winds.
v. 1. To invite others to take part in a contest.... 2. To cause…
v. 1. To get the better of.... 2. To defeat.
avalanche
n. 1. A great mass of ice, earth, or snow mixed with rocks sl…
blizzard
n. A heavy snowstorm with strong winds.
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 6 Lesson 5
antic
attire
captivate
diligent
n. 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. Working with great care and effort.
antic
n. A playful or funny act.
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes.... v. To dres…
Book 8, lesson 5
audacious
confiscate
conscientious
depict
Willing to take risks; daring.... Showing disrespect or a lack o…
To seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of.
Thorough; careful.... Honest; principled.
To give a picture of; to describe.
audacious
Willing to take risks; daring.... Showing disrespect or a lack o…
confiscate
To seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of.
10 terms
Lesson 5 Vocab
analogy
apology
dialog
epilogue
words that draw comparisons and similarities
words expressing regret; words asking to be excused for an ac…
a conversation between two or more people; words shared betwe…
a short section added to the end of a book; a short poem or s…
analogy
words that draw comparisons and similarities
apology
words expressing regret; words asking to be excused for an ac…
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