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Language Arts - Lesson 11 - Hurricanes
whirling
rapidly
condense
source
to turn rapidly in circles : spin.
happening in a short amount of time : happening quickly
1. to make (something) shorter or smaller by removing parts t…
1. the cause of something (such as a problem) 2.a person, boo…
whirling
to turn rapidly in circles : spin.
rapidly
happening in a short amount of time : happening quickly
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Lesson 11 Language Arts
Abbreviate
Appropriate
Exclude
Fanciful
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
adj. Suitable for the right purpose.... v. To set aside for a p…
v. To leave out; to prevent from being a part of.
adj. Not based on reason; unrealistic
Abbreviate
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
Appropriate
adj. Suitable for the right purpose.... v. To set aside for a p…
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Language arts lesson 11 vocabulary
Accustomed
Charge
Collective
Conscientious
customary; usual; habitual: in their accustomed manner
to load or burden (the mind, heart, etc.): His mind was charg…
of or characteristic of a group of individuals taken together…
careful and painstaking; particular; meticulous; scrupulous:…
Accustomed
customary; usual; habitual: in their accustomed manner
Charge
to load or burden (the mind, heart, etc.): His mind was charg…
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Language arts vocabulary (lesson 11)
Absolute (adjective)
Blunder
Calamity (noun)
Devour (verb)
Complete; entire; total
(Noun) a foolish or stupid mistake... (verb) 1) to make a blund…
A terrible event that causes great harm or destruction
1) to eat; especially to eat very hungrily ... 2) to destroy by…
Absolute (adjective)
Complete; entire; total
Blunder
(Noun) a foolish or stupid mistake... (verb) 1) to make a blund…
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Language Arts: Lesson 11 Vocabulary
chastise
contrary
creditor
disdain
to scold; to punish
the opposite
a person to whom one owes money; a collector
a feeling that something is not worth attention; scorn; dislike
chastise
to scold; to punish
contrary
the opposite
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Lesson 11 Vocabulary - Language Arts
attire
chronic
distort
docile
1. to dress; to clothe ... 2. clothes
1. lasting a long time or coming back again and again... 2. cont…
1. to change from a natural shape... 2. to change from what is t…
1. gentle, obedient, and trainable; easy to deal with
attire
1. to dress; to clothe ... 2. clothes
chronic
1. lasting a long time or coming back again and again... 2. cont…
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Language arts lesson 11 vocabulary
Eulogy
Indelible
malevolence
Obliterate
Praise or tribute
Cannot be removed, washed away or erased
Ill will or evil intentions
To remove all traces of; to do away with; to destroy complete…
Eulogy
Praise or tribute
Indelible
Cannot be removed, washed away or erased
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Language Arts- Vocabulary- Lesson 11
accordingly
accumulate
affluent
cultivative
when you do something accordingly, you d it as a result of so…
when you accumulate things you gather of collect them over ti…
affluent people have a lot of money.
to cultivate means to take care of something,try to make it g…
accordingly
when you do something accordingly, you d it as a result of so…
accumulate
when you accumulate things you gather of collect them over ti…
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Language Arts Vocabulary - Lesson 11 & 12
Accessory
Auxiliary
Entail
Essence
A. Something extra to add attractiveness or usefulness... B. Som…
A. Providing extra help or support... B. A helper; and organizat…
To require or involve
A. The most necessary and basic part... B. The concentrated liqu…
Accessory
A. Something extra to add attractiveness or usefulness... B. Som…
Auxiliary
A. Providing extra help or support... B. A helper; and organizat…
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Language arts lesson 11
accustomed
charge
collective
conscientious
customary; usual; habitual
to trust with responsibility or duty; to place a load or burd…
having to do with a group of individuals viewed as a whole; m…
controlled by one's conscience or one's sense of right; just
accustomed
customary; usual; habitual
charge
to trust with responsibility or duty; to place a load or burd…
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Lesson 11 Language Arts
Agonized
Circuit
Comprehend
Dazzle
In pain
Round about journey; indirect path
Understand; know
To blind temporarily
Agonized
In pain
Circuit
Round about journey; indirect path
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Language Arts Lesson 11
adversary
ambulatory
cacophony
capricious
(n.) an enemy, opponent
(adj.) capable of walking
(n.) harsh-sounding mixture of words, voices, or sounds
(adj.) changing one's mind quickly and often
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent
ambulatory
(adj.) capable of walking
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Lesson 11 Language Arts
Commander
Management
Maneuver
Manicure
A person who is in charge, a leader
The act of directing, and controling
To move or manage cleverly or skillfully.
To trim and clip carefully, particularly the fingernails
Commander
A person who is in charge, a leader
Management
The act of directing, and controling
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Language arts lesson 11
artifice
assiduously
Bereavement
Caustic
Clever use of tricks to fool others
You do a lot of hard work and effort into the project
Feeling pain because a loved one died
It is so harsh that is damages whatever it touched
artifice
Clever use of tricks to fool others
assiduously
You do a lot of hard work and effort into the project
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Language Arts Lesson 11
Capitulate
Catalyst
Caustic
Hierarchy
v. to surrender
n. a substance that alters the rate at which a physical or ch…
adj. able to burn, eat away, or destroy by chemical action; s…
n. a group of persons arranged in order of rank
Capitulate
v. to surrender
Catalyst
n. a substance that alters the rate at which a physical or ch…
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Language Arts 7-8 Vocabulary Lesson 11
Bulwark
Crescendo
Disingenuous
Dogged
Noun: wall for defense
Noun: steady increase of intensity
Adj: crafty, not straightforward
Adj: unrelenting, persistent
Bulwark
Noun: wall for defense
Crescendo
Noun: steady increase of intensity
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Spelling Words - Language Arts - Lesson 11
learn
dirty
worn
sore
Jan will learn to speak Spanish.
The dishes in the sink are dirty.
Jack's old shirt was worn.
My inflamed throat is sore.
learn
Jan will learn to speak Spanish.
dirty
The dishes in the sink are dirty.
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Lesson 11 language arts
Augment(v)
Benign(adj)
Connoisseur (n)
Discern (v)
To increase in size, amount, or degree
Kind;gracious; gentle.
A person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine art…
To detect with the eyes
Augment(v)
To increase in size, amount, or degree
Benign(adj)
Kind;gracious; gentle.
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8 - Language Arts - Lesson 11: Harm and Criticism
Admonish
Alienate
Censure
Detriment
To criticize mildly; To warn or advise against something; to…
To cause a person to become distant; unfriendly or hostile; t…
An expression of harsh criticism; to criticize severely
Damage; harm; something that causes damage or harm
Admonish
To criticize mildly; To warn or advise against something; to…
Alienate
To cause a person to become distant; unfriendly or hostile; t…
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Language Arts Terminology Lesson 11
Abjure
Amorphous
Animus
Dichotomy
(v.) to renounce or give up formally
(adj.) without a definite shape, boundary, or character
(n.) an attitude or spirit within a person that strongly infl…
(n.) division into two distinct parts or groups
Abjure
(v.) to renounce or give up formally
Amorphous
(adj.) without a definite shape, boundary, or character
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10 language arts lesson 11
epistle
avid
gadfly
humility
a letter or literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
an irritating and persistent person
absence of vanity; humbleness
epistle
a letter or literary composition in letter form
avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested
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Language Art Lesson 11
ballast
buoyant
clamber
detach
배 바닥짐
부력이 있는, 쾌활한
기어오르다
분리되다, 분리되 있는
ballast
배 바닥짐
buoyant
부력이 있는, 쾌활한
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10 language arts lesson 11
epistle
avid
gadfly
humility
a letter or literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic; extremely interested
an irritating and persistent person
absence of vanity; humbleness
epistle
a letter or literary composition in letter form
avid
enthusiastic; extremely interested
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Language Arts Lesson 11-20
bland
chronic
contemptible
diligent
gentle or agreeable; not highly flavored, mild, tasteless; la…
constant; habitual; continuing a long time or reoccurring fre…
obsolete; despicable
constant in effort to accomplish something; painstaking; done…
bland
gentle or agreeable; not highly flavored, mild, tasteless; la…
chronic
constant; habitual; continuing a long time or reoccurring fre…
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Lesson 11 Language Arts - Trevor
Abbreviate
Abbreviation
Appropriate
Appropriate
To shorten by leaving certain parts out
Mr. Smith is the accepted ________ for Mr. Smith.
Suitable or right for the purpose... To set aside for a particul…
Tennis shoes are not ______footwear for hiking... Congress _____…
Abbreviate
To shorten by leaving certain parts out
Abbreviation
Mr. Smith is the accepted ________ for Mr. Smith.
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Language Arts 4 Vocabulary - Lesson 11A
wrath
perish
mischief
wilt
Noun: violent anger
Verb: to die, to become destroyed or ruined
Noun: a cause or action resulting in harm or annoyance
Verb: to grow weak, to lose freshness
wrath
Noun: violent anger
perish
Verb: to die, to become destroyed or ruined
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Language Arts 4 Vocabulary - Lesson 11B
flattery
proclaim
utter
protest
Noun: excessive praise that is not genuine
Verb: to announce publicly
Adjective: total
Noun: a complaint
flattery
Noun: excessive praise that is not genuine
proclaim
Verb: to announce publicly
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Language Arts 5 Vocabulary - Lesson 11A
acknowledge
profess
prosperous
filch
Verb: to recognize the existence of
Verb: to say out loud
Adjective: having economic success or well-being
Verb: to steal
acknowledge
Verb: to recognize the existence of
profess
Verb: to say out loud
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Language Arts 4 Vocabulary - Lesson 11C
rebuke
bellow
urge
mock
Verb: to criticize sharply
Verb: to make a loud, deep roar
Verb: to try to persuade or convince
Verb: to make fun of by mimicking
rebuke
Verb: to criticize sharply
bellow
Verb: to make a loud, deep roar
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Language Arts 5 Vocabulary - Lesson 11C
triumph
guardian
defy
consolation
Noun: a great success or victory
Noun: someone who protects or watches over another
Verb: to refuse to obey
Noun: something that makes someone feel less sad
triumph
Noun: a great success or victory
guardian
Noun: someone who protects or watches over another
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Language Arts 5 Vocabulary - Lesson 11B
spectator
calamity
vital
wither
Noun: a person who watches a game, show, or other event
Noun: an event that causes deep suffering
Adjective: extremely important; needed to keep living
Verb: to dry and become weak
spectator
Noun: a person who watches a game, show, or other event
calamity
Noun: an event that causes deep suffering
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Lesson 11, Wade S. Language Arts
ballast
buoyant
buoyancy
clamber
Heavy material used to make a shid steady or control the risi…
able to float... Cheerful and carefree.
the ability to float
to climb awkwardly
ballast
Heavy material used to make a shid steady or control the risi…
buoyant
able to float... Cheerful and carefree.
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Language arts 7-8 lesson 11
Bulwark
Crescendo
Disingenuous
Dogged
Wall of defense
Increase in intensity
Crafty
Unrelenting
Bulwark
Wall of defense
Crescendo
Increase in intensity
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Language Arts Lesson 11-12ce n
censure
Imperil
malign
subvert
a severe criticism
to endanger
to speak evil of
to undermine or destroy
censure
a severe criticism
Imperil
to endanger
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Language arts 1-2 lesson 11
Flagrant
Fluent
Flux
Foible
Adjective; glaringly/obviously bad
Adjective; able to speak, read and write clearly and effectiv…
Noun; state of continual change and movement
Noun; a minor character flaw
Flagrant
Adjective; glaringly/obviously bad
Fluent
Adjective; able to speak, read and write clearly and effectiv…
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Language Arts Spelling words lesson 11
correct
correction
explore
exploration
...
...
...
...
correct
...
correction
...
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Language Arts 5-6 Lesson 11 Vocab
Impotent
Imprecation
Jocular
Juxtapose
powerless; lacking strength
a curse
humorous, lighthearted
to place side by side for comparison
Impotent
powerless; lacking strength
Imprecation
a curse
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7th Grade Language Arts Lesson 11
adversary
ambulatory
cacophony
capricious
an opponent or enemy
able to walk
a harsh, unharmonious sound
subject to impulse, whim, or unpredictability
adversary
an opponent or enemy
ambulatory
able to walk
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WW Unit 3 Lesson 11 - Language Arts 8
coordinate
disorder
extraordinary
ordinance
to organize separate parts to work together harmoniously
a lack of a systematic arrangement
beyond what is usual
a law, rule, or command made by an authority
coordinate
to organize separate parts to work together harmoniously
disorder
a lack of a systematic arrangement
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Lesson 11: Biblical Hebrew: A Living Language
אָחַז יֶאֱחַז אֱחַז
אַחֵר
אַךְ
בִּנְיָמִן
He grasped
another
surely, yet, but [ad]
Benjamin
אָחַז יֶאֱחַז אֱחַז
He grasped
אַחֵר
another
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Lesson 11 vocabulary (language)
Augment
Benign
Connoisseur
Discern
To increase in size, amount, or degree
(1.) kind; gracious; gentile... (2.) favorable; not threatening
A person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine art…
(1.) detect with the eyes... (2.) to understand or comprehend... (3…
Augment
To increase in size, amount, or degree
Benign
(1.) kind; gracious; gentile... (2.) favorable; not threatening
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Language Network Vocabulary Lesson 11
appliance
beverage
caldron
canister
a device created for household use, often an electrical devic…
any liquid for drinking, usually excluding water
a large container, such as a vat, used for boiling
a small box or can for holding a dry product
appliance
a device created for household use, often an electrical devic…
beverage
any liquid for drinking, usually excluding water
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Languages / People - Lesson 11
Spanish
Chinese
British
English
španěl, španělština
číňan, čínština
brit
angličtina
Spanish
španěl, španělština
Chinese
číňan, čínština
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Lesson 11 Vocabulary: Dangerous Crossing
cramped
distracted
viewpoint
shattered
very small and tightly packed
your attention wandered away from the task in front of you
your unique thoughts and opinions
broken into many pieces
cramped
very small and tightly packed
distracted
your attention wandered away from the task in front of you
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Vocabulary for Success, Lesson 11
benign
cartography
colonize
descent
(adj.) having gentle character or make-up; harmless
(n.) the science or art of making maps
(v.) to establish a colony
(n.) lineage from an ancestor; (n.) the act of descending or…
benign
(adj.) having gentle character or make-up; harmless
cartography
(n.) the science or art of making maps
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Language Study Lesson 11
epistle
avid
avid
avid
a letter or literary composition in letter form
enthusiastic, extremely interested
syn: voracious, eager
ant: apathetic
epistle
a letter or literary composition in letter form
avid
enthusiastic, extremely interested
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8th Grade Language Arts Lesson 11 Vocabulary Note Cards
ad hoc
admonish
assimilate
olfactory
adj. for a specific purpose or situation ... The ad hoc team ha…
tr. v. To gently scold someone but in a firm way; to warn or…
v. to absorb or digest; to cause something to become similar…
adj. pertaining or having to do with the sense of smell... The…
ad hoc
adj. for a specific purpose or situation ... The ad hoc team ha…
admonish
tr. v. To gently scold someone but in a firm way; to warn or…
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Sadlier Vocabulary Lesson 11
Culture
Latent
Civilization
Counsel
(n.) a way of life including values, ideas, beliefs, food, an…
(adj.) Something hidden or out of sight until someone reveals…
(n.)characteristics of a culture that include literature, law…
(v.) To advise or tell a person what to do... (n.) A lawyer who…
Culture
(n.) a way of life including values, ideas, beliefs, food, an…
Latent
(adj.) Something hidden or out of sight until someone reveals…
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AP Language Lesson 11 Vocabulary
baneful
deleterlous
detrimental
devious
causing ruin; pernicious
harmful to one's health or overall welfare; pernicious
harmful
dishonest or deceptive; tricky
baneful
causing ruin; pernicious
deleterlous
harmful to one's health or overall welfare; pernicious
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AP Language Vocabulary Lesson 11
Abet
Agile
Antidote
Ascertain
to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice…
characterized by ability to move quickly with suppleness and…
something that relieves the effects of poison
to find out definitely; to determine
Abet
to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice…
Agile
characterized by ability to move quickly with suppleness and…
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