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Lesson 3 reading/language arts
Hypnotic
Oppressed
Premature
Infused
In a way that holds the complete attention of someone; induci…
Held down; held back from making progress
Early; before the right time
Filled with; cause to penetrate; to introduce as if by pourin…
Hypnotic
In a way that holds the complete attention of someone; induci…
Oppressed
Held down; held back from making progress
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Reading/Language Arts - Lesson 3
abundant
arid
distinct
graze
(adj) More than enough; plentiful
(adj) Having little or no rainfall; very dry`
(adj) Not the same; different or separate
(v) To feed on growing grass
abundant
(adj) More than enough; plentiful
arid
(adj) Having little or no rainfall; very dry`
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Language Arts-Lesson 3
decorated
beckoned
gradually
hesitated
added things to make something more attractive
signaled in come way, often with a gesture
slowly over a period of time
paused before you said or did something
decorated
added things to make something more attractive
beckoned
signaled in come way, often with a gesture
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Lesson 3 Vocabulary - Language Arts
anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture
Disposition
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories, or…
A conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence.
1. A person's usual mood; temperament.... 2. A regular tendency…
anonymous
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.
Anthology
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories, or…
Language arts lesson 3
Allude
Consecrate
Disseminate
Dote
To refer to in an indirect way
1. To set apart as holy... 2. To dedicate to a cause; to devote
To scatter or spread widely
To show excessive fondness for
Allude
To refer to in an indirect way
Consecrate
1. To set apart as holy... 2. To dedicate to a cause; to devote
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Lesson 3 Language Arts
Ancestor
Carnivore
Comprehend
Duration
1. A person from whom one is descended.... 2. An early kind of a…
A flesh-eating animal.
To understand.
The time during which something lasts or continues.
Ancestor
1. A person from whom one is descended.... 2. An early kind of a…
Carnivore
A flesh-eating animal.
language arts lesson 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
to make shorter
follower
an angry argument
sweet and innocent
abridge
to make shorter
adherent
follower
18 terms
Language Arts Lesson 3
aghast
wrath
mortal
annihilate
struck with horror; shocked
forceful anger; fury
a human being, especially as contrasted with a god
to destroy completely; to reduce to utter ruin
aghast
struck with horror; shocked
wrath
forceful anger; fury
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Language arts lesson 3
pandemonium
panacea
omnipotent
omnipresent
Uproar.
A cure for all diseases or troubles
Having unlimited power or ALL POWER!
Present everywhere
pandemonium
Uproar.
panacea
A cure for all diseases or troubles
20 terms
Vocabulary lesson 3 Language Arts
Barrage
Bigot
Designate
Diversity
(n) a rapid, large scale outpouring of something
(n) an intolerant, prejudiced person
(v) to indicate, point out; to appoint (adj) selected but not…
(n) difference, variety a condition of having many different…
Barrage
(n) a rapid, large scale outpouring of something
Bigot
(n) an intolerant, prejudiced person
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Language Arts lesson 3
Admonish
Aghast
Annihilate
Benefactor
To warn Otto criticize gently.
Struck with horror; shocked.
To destroy completely; to reduce to utter ruin.
A person who provides help, especially by giving money$
Admonish
To warn Otto criticize gently.
Aghast
Struck with horror; shocked.
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Language arts lesson 3
Excerpt
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
v. To cheer; to simulate; to enliven
v. To free from blame ... v. To relieve of a task
adj. Excessive
Excerpt
n. A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.…
Exhilarate
v. To cheer; to simulate; to enliven
Language Arts Lesson 3
ancestor
carnivore
comprehend
duration
1. noun: a person from whom one is descended... 2. an early kind…
noun: a flesh eating animal
verb: to understand
noun: the time during which something lasts or continues
ancestor
1. noun: a person from whom one is descended... 2. an early kind…
carnivore
noun: a flesh eating animal
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Language Arts Lesson 3
ancestor
carnivore
comprehend
duration
a person from whom one is descended
a flesh eating animal
to understand
the time during which something last or continues
ancestor
a person from whom one is descended
carnivore
a flesh eating animal
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Lesson 3 language arts
Daring
Exult
Grim
Keel
Brave; courageous
Celebrate; rejoice
With a forbidding appearence; uninviting
A ship or boat
Daring
Brave; courageous
Exult
Celebrate; rejoice
vocab lesson 3 language arts
abhor
acute
bicker
etiquette
to hate to shrink from with disgust.
sharp and severe pain,very serious.
to argue over an unimportant matter.
the manners and behavior considered to be acceptable.
abhor
to hate to shrink from with disgust.
acute
sharp and severe pain,very serious.
Language Arts 6 Lesson 3
Factual
Congenial
Disagreeable
Lenient
A: Fanciful ... S: actual, real, truthful... D: restricted to or ba…
A: Disagreeable... S: Agreeable... D: getting on well with others;…
A: Congenial... S: unpleasant... D: contrary, sullen
A: Severe... S: inclined not to be strict... D: demonstrating toler…
Factual
A: Fanciful ... S: actual, real, truthful... D: restricted to or ba…
Congenial
A: Disagreeable... S: Agreeable... D: getting on well with others;…
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Language arts6 lesson 3
Factual
Fanciful
Congenial
Disagreeable
Facts S:Real, A: Fanciful
Imaginary S:Fake, A:factual
Agreeable S:Agreeable,A: Disagreeable
Unpleasant S: Unpleasant ,A: Congenial
Factual
Facts S:Real, A: Fanciful
Fanciful
Imaginary S:Fake, A:factual
Language Arts Lesson 3 Word List
Allude
Consecrate
Disseminate
Dote
To refer to in an indirect way (used with to)
v.To set apart as holy... n.To dedicate to a cause: to devote
v.To scatter or spread widely ... n.Dissemination
v.To show excessive fondness for (used with on or upon)
Allude
To refer to in an indirect way (used with to)
Consecrate
v.To set apart as holy... n.To dedicate to a cause: to devote
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language arts lesson 3
insurrection
thesis
maul
deliberate
a rebellion against established authority or government
a proposed idea that has yet to be proven
to injure by beating and rough treatment
to consider carefully, especially as a group
insurrection
a rebellion against established authority or government
thesis
a proposed idea that has yet to be proven
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Lesson 3 language arts
Daring
Exult
Grim
Keel
Brave; courageous
Celebrate; rejoice
With a forbidding appearence; uninviting
A ship or boat
Daring
Brave; courageous
Exult
Celebrate; rejoice
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language arts lesson 3
affliction
compassion
despise
dungeon
something (such as a disease) by something that causes suffer…
a feeling of wanting to help someone who is sick, hungry, in…
to dislike (someone or something) very much (hatred)
a dark underground prison in a castle
affliction
something (such as a disease) by something that causes suffer…
compassion
a feeling of wanting to help someone who is sick, hungry, in…
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Language Arts Lesson 3
Ajar
Annihilate
Avert
Canine
•Adjective... •Partly open
•Verb... •To destroy completely; to leave in utter ruin
•Verb... •To turn away ... •Prevent
•Adjective ... •Of, or relating to, dogs
Ajar
•Adjective... •Partly open
Annihilate
•Verb... •To destroy completely; to leave in utter ruin
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Lesson 3 - Language Arts
Amass
apt
bleak
concoct
To gather together a large amount
exactly right for some purpose
without warmth or cheer; gloomy
to come up something by using a variety of things
Amass
To gather together a large amount
apt
exactly right for some purpose
21 terms
Lesson 3; Language Arts
Un (I)
Bi (N)
Du
Tri
One
Two
Two, Twice
Three
Un (I)
One
Bi (N)
Two
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Language Arts Lesson 3
blameworthy, Adjective
catastrophe, Noun
chide, Verb
defect, Noun
deserving to be blamed
a sudden and severe misfortune; a disaster
to express disapproval; to scold
a lack of something necessary for completeness or perfection;…
blameworthy, Adjective
deserving to be blamed
catastrophe, Noun
a sudden and severe misfortune; a disaster
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Lesson 3 Language Arts
Admonish
Aghast
Annhilate
Benefactor
To warn
Shocked
Destroy completely
A person whom provides help
Admonish
To warn
Aghast
Shocked
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Language arts lesson 3
PAN
Pandemonium
Panacea
HOLOS
G. All
G. Divine power Uproar
G. A cure-all for disease or troubles
G. Whole
PAN
G. All
Pandemonium
G. Divine power Uproar
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Language Arts Lesson 3
Abundant
Arid
Distinct
Graze
More than enough; plentiful.... A great amount.
Having little or no rainfall; very dry.
Not the same; different or separate.... Unmistakable able; defin…
To feed on growing grass.... To touch lightly in passing.
Abundant
More than enough; plentiful.... A great amount.
Arid
Having little or no rainfall; very dry.
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Language Arts: lesson 3
blameworthy
catastrophe
chide
defect
adjective ... deserving to be blamed
noun... a sudden and servere misfortune; a disaster
Verb... to express disapproval; to scold
Noun... a lack of something necessary for completeness or perfec…
blameworthy
adjective ... deserving to be blamed
catastrophe
noun... a sudden and servere misfortune; a disaster
10 terms
Language Arts lesson 3
Antiseptic
Aside
Constant
Distribute
Completely clean
Apart
Continuing without pause
To divide and give out in share
Antiseptic
Completely clean
Aside
Apart
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Language Arts Lesson 3
Anonymous
Conjecture
Generation
Modify
Not identified by name; of unknown name.For Example: It was r…
An uneducated guess For example: The conjectures about the fi…
All of the people born and living at about the same time, reg…
make partial or minor changes to (something)
Anonymous
Not identified by name; of unknown name.For Example: It was r…
Conjecture
An uneducated guess For example: The conjectures about the fi…
15 terms
Language Arts- Lesson 3
admonish
aghast
annihilate
benefactor
(v.1) to warm ... 2. to criticize gently
(adj.) struck with horror; shocked
(v.) to destroy completely; to reduce to utter ruin
(n.) A person who provides help, especially by giving money.
admonish
(v.1) to warm ... 2. to criticize gently
aghast
(adj.) struck with horror; shocked
Language Arts Lesson 3 Vocab
amass
apt
bleak
concoct
to gather together in a large amount
exactly right for some purpose; to learn or understand; likely
without warmth or cheer; gloomy
to come up with something using a variety of things; to make…
amass
to gather together in a large amount
apt
exactly right for some purpose; to learn or understand; likely
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Language Arts: Vocabulary Lesson 3
Adhere
Avert
Contract
Contradict
Stick fast; remain firmly attached; clings
Turn away; prevent; avoid; keep from happening
Drawl together; reduce into a smaller size; shorten
Deny; assert the opposite of; declared to be incorrect or false
Adhere
Stick fast; remain firmly attached; clings
Avert
Turn away; prevent; avoid; keep from happening
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Language Arts- Vocabulary Lesson 3
acclaim
adjacent
elicit
engross
great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval
close; near (to something)
to draw forth
to hold the full attention of; absorb
acclaim
great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval
adjacent
close; near (to something)
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Language Arts: Lesson 3 Vocabulary
agitation
avalanche
capsize
directly
state of being shaken, stirred up, disturbed, or excited
a large mass of snow, ice, earth, rock, etc. that suddenly fa…
to overturn; to upset
in a straight line; by the shortest course; without anything…
agitation
state of being shaken, stirred up, disturbed, or excited
avalanche
a large mass of snow, ice, earth, rock, etc. that suddenly fa…
Language Arts vocabulary lesson 3
Adversary
Alienate
Artifice
Coerce
And the enemy, opponent
To turn away; to make indifferent or hostile
A skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever tric…
To compel, force
Adversary
And the enemy, opponent
Alienate
To turn away; to make indifferent or hostile
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Language arts vocab lesson 3
Beget (v)
Emit (v)
Affliction (n)
Benediction (n)
To produce, to be the parent of
To send out, to give fourth, as in sound or feeling
Anything causing great suffering, distress
A blessing or helpful prayer
Beget (v)
To produce, to be the parent of
Emit (v)
To send out, to give fourth, as in sound or feeling
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Lesson 3 vocab language arts
matrix
matriarchy
matriculate
patriarch
The surroundings with end which something begins or develops.
a society ruled or controlled by women
to register as a student at a college or university
1.the male head of a family or tribe.... 2.an old testament aces…
matrix
The surroundings with end which something begins or develops.
matriarchy
a society ruled or controlled by women
10 terms
Language Arts Vocab Lesson 3
Avocation
Vocal
Vocalist
Vocation
N. a pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
Adj. 1) Connected with speaking or with the voice. 2) Express…
N. singer
N. a job; a calling or inclination toward a type of work or s…
Avocation
N. a pastime or hobby; a profession practiced with enjoyment.
Vocal
Adj. 1) Connected with speaking or with the voice. 2) Express…
Language arts vocab lesson 3
Amenable
Deception
Forbeance
Objective
Willing to consider; open to advice or suggestion. -Adjective
A trick. -Noun
Patience;not reacting when annoyed or harmed. -Noun
A goal or purpose. -Noun
Amenable
Willing to consider; open to advice or suggestion. -Adjective
Deception
A trick. -Noun
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Language Arts Vocabulary - Lesson 3
affable
awe
contempt
crave
Pleasant; friendly
Wonder, clearing, or respect for something impressive
Hateful scorn
To need or desire strongly
affable
Pleasant; friendly
awe
Wonder, clearing, or respect for something impressive
10 terms
Language Arts Vocab. Lesson 3
presumably
previous
predominantly
substitute
Presumably means that you suppose something is true without p…
A previous event is one that took place before the present ti…
If two sisters are predominantly the same, they are alike for…
A substitute is a person place or thing that takes the place…
presumably
Presumably means that you suppose something is true without p…
previous
A previous event is one that took place before the present ti…
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Language arts lesson 3 vocab
Beguile
Benevolent
Decorum
Demeanor
To charm; to delight ... Or to deceive skillfully
Wishing to do good
Appropriateness of behavior
The way one behaves or presents oneself
Beguile
To charm; to delight ... Or to deceive skillfully
Benevolent
Wishing to do good
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Language Arts vocabulary lesson 3
Anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture
Disposition
Of an unknown source or un revealed name
A collection is of various writings, such as songs, stories,…
A conclusion based on guess work or insufficient evidence
A persons usual mood; temperament
Anonymous
Of an unknown source or un revealed name
Anthology
A collection is of various writings, such as songs, stories,…
Language Arts Lesson 3 Vocabulary
Anonymous
Anthology
Conjecture n
Conjecture v
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories or p…
A conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence
To form an opinion while lacking sufficient evidence
Anonymous
Of an unknown source or unrevealed name
Anthology
A collection of various writings, such as songs, stories or p…
20 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 3
Abdicate
Bestow
Capacious
Caustic
v. to give up or renounce throne, right, etc. in a formal man…
v. To present as a gift; give; confer;... To put use or apply
adj. capable of holding much; spacious or roomy
adj. capable of burning, corroding, or destroying; severely c…
Abdicate
v. to give up or renounce throne, right, etc. in a formal man…
Bestow
v. To present as a gift; give; confer;... To put use or apply
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Language Arts Vocab Lesson 3
behold (verb)
discernment (noun)
envision (verb)
foresee (verb) ... foreseeable (adj)... fore…
To gaze or to look upon
Excellent judgement and insight; skill in perceiving
To picture in the mind; to imagine
To see or know ahead of time
behold (verb)
To gaze or to look upon
discernment (noun)
Excellent judgement and insight; skill in perceiving
15 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary Lesson 3
Anonymity
Awry
Citadel
Delirious
Noun - The state of being unknown.... Synonym - secrecy
Adjective - 1. Turned or twisted to one side.... 2. Unexpectedl…
Noun - A fortress.... Synonym - stronghold
Adjective - Experiencing uncontrolled excitement, emotion, or…
Anonymity
Noun - The state of being unknown.... Synonym - secrecy
Awry
Adjective - 1. Turned or twisted to one side.... 2. Unexpectedl…
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