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14 terms
The orange synonym
essential
pulp
introduce
extent
necessary... vital... requisite
marrow... flesh... soft part
start... begin... originate... make known
magnitude... range... scope... limit
essential
necessary... vital... requisite
pulp
marrow... flesh... soft part
Orange Unit 7 Synonyms
a barrier
a barrier
a barrier
a barrier
an obstruction
a fence
a wall
a blockade
a barrier
an obstruction
a barrier
a fence
Orange Unit 6 Synonyms
to accomplish
to accomplish
to accomplish
to accomplish
to perform
to fulfill
to achieve
to complete
to accomplish
to perform
to accomplish
to fulfill
Orange Unit 9 Synonyms
brisk
brisk
brisk
brisk
quick
active
peppy
refreshing
brisk
quick
brisk
active
13 terms
Orange Vocabulary Unit 6 - Synonyms
blossom
collide
constant
content(adj)
1) a bloom or a bud... 2) to flourish, to grow
to crash... to slam
1)continuous, unchanging... 2) true
1)satisfied, fulfilled... 2) theme
blossom
1) a bloom or a bud... 2) to flourish, to grow
collide
to crash... to slam
14 terms
Level Orange - Unit 4 ( synonyms)
yield(v)
yield ( n)
sturdy
stun
(v)to surrender ,obey
(n) a harvest or crop
rugged, hardy, tough... powerful, durable
to astonish... bewilder... overwhelm
yield(v)
(v)to surrender ,obey
yield ( n)
(n) a harvest or crop
14 terms
Level Orange - Unit 5 - synonyms
antique(n)
antique(adj)
baggage
digest(n)
(n)heirloom
ancient... old-fashioned
luggage, trunks
a summary
antique(n)
(n)heirloom
antique(adj)
ancient... old-fashioned
14 terms
Orange Vocab Synonyms
a well-known literary authority, a sag…
Exhausted after the race, drained, fat…
heard the racket of the chains
plodded through the mud, tramp
scholar
weary
clatter
trudge
a well-known literary authority, a sag…
scholar
Exhausted after the race, drained, fat…
weary
127 terms
Orange book synonyms
Approbation
Assuage
Assuage
Assuage
Sanction
Mitigate
Slake
Allay
Approbation
Sanction
Assuage
Mitigate
19 terms
Vocab Orange 11 Synonyms
appease
belated
calamitous
cite
pacify, mollify, propitiate
behind schedule
disastrous, catastrophic, ruinous, fatal
refer to, enumerate, subpeona
appease
pacify, mollify, propitiate
belated
behind schedule
24 terms
Unit 1 Synonyms: Orange book
belief
escape
evidence
experiment
opinion, faith
to get out, to flee
proof
a study, a trial
belief
opinion, faith
escape
to get out, to flee
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop - Orange - 3 Synonyms
attractive
burden
consent
dependable
appealing, likable, beautiful
load
authorization
reliable
attractive
appealing, likable, beautiful
burden
load
12 terms
Vocabulary Orange Unit 16 Synonyms
Adorn
Appropriate
Assemble
Colossal
To decorate, ornament, beautify, enhance
To seize, confiscate, steal, to allot; (adj.) correct, proper
To convene, gather, congregate, to build, construct, join, co…
Enormous, huge, gigantic, massive, immense
Adorn
To decorate, ornament, beautify, enhance
Appropriate
To seize, confiscate, steal, to allot; (adj.) correct, proper
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop - Orange - 2 Synonyms
annual
basic
contract (noun)
contract (verb)
yearbook
fundamental
deal
shrink
annual
yearbook
basic
fundamental
12 terms
Unit 7 orange level synonyms
Accurate
Alert
Ancestor
Disaster
Exact, precise, true
Vigilant, attentive
A forerunner, forebear, foremother
Catastrophe, tragedy
Accurate
Exact, precise, true
Alert
Vigilant, attentive
12 terms
Sadlier Orange Unit 3 - Synonyms
AMBUSH
CALCULATE
CONTRIBUTE
DREAD
~trap, waylay
~compute, reckon... ~evaluate
~donate, offer, provide ~submit
~horror, terror
AMBUSH
~trap, waylay
CALCULATE
~compute, reckon... ~evaluate
13 terms
orange Level Unit 3- Synonyms
attractive
previous
qualify
shabby
appealing... charming ... beautiful
prior... past... earlier
entitle... to authorize
ragged... run down... mean... unkind
attractive
appealing... charming ... beautiful
previous
prior... past... earlier
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 9 synonyms
convict
discipline
dungeon
earnest
(v.) to condemn, sentence; (n.) a prisoner, inmate, felon, cr…
(n.) direction, drill, practice; (v.) to correct, chastise, p…
(n.) a keep, hold, hole
(adj.) intent, solemn
convict
(v.) to condemn, sentence; (n.) a prisoner, inmate, felon, cr…
discipline
(n.) direction, drill, practice; (v.) to correct, chastise, p…
18 terms
Orange group SAT Vocab: synonyms
Moody
Needy
Wilt
Overpower
Volatile
Destitute
Wither
Usurp
Moody
Volatile
Needy
Destitute
12 terms
Sadlier Orange Unit 6 Synonyms
BLOSSOM
COLLIDE
CONSTANT
CONTENT
bloom, bud, flourish, grow
crash, slam, conflict
continuous, unchanging, true
satisfied, fulfilled, a theme
BLOSSOM
bloom, bud, flourish, grow
COLLIDE
crash, slam, conflict
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 2 synonyms
annual
basic
competition
contract
(adj.) yearly; (n.) a yearbook
(adj.) essential, primary, fundamental
(n.) a rivalry, match, test
(n.) an arrangement, deal, pact; (v.) to shrink; to catch, get
annual
(adj.) yearly; (n.) a yearbook
basic
(adj.) essential, primary, fundamental
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 11 synonyms
blockade
chant
despair
elevate
(v.) to barricade; (n.) a siege; a barrier
(v.) to intone, vocalize; (n.) a hymn, incantation, singsong,…
hopelessness
to hoist; to advance, promote
blockade
(v.) to barricade; (n.) a siege; a barrier
chant
(v.) to intone, vocalize; (n.) a hymn, incantation, singsong,…
11 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 13 synonyms
abstract
ally
appoint
attentive
conceptual, theoretical; obscure
(v.) to associate; (n.) a partner, associate
to designate, assign, elect
observant, alert; considerate, courteous
abstract
conceptual, theoretical; obscure
ally
(v.) to associate; (n.) a partner, associate
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 1 synonyms
celebrity
counsel
demonstrate
drowsy
(n.) a star
(n.) advice, wisdom, guidance; (v.) to help, advise, recommend
(v.) to model, illustrate, reveal
(adj.) tired, sluggish
celebrity
(n.) a star
counsel
(n.) advice, wisdom, guidance; (v.) to help, advise, recommend
Synonym Green and Orange
cry
pretty
town
aid
weep
lovely
city
help
cry
weep
pretty
lovely
12 terms
Orange Vocabulary Unit 5 with synonyms
antique
baggage
digest
establish
an object made long ago; something from the past; from the pa…
suitcases, bags, packages, equipment, or other items traveler…
a shortened version of previously published writings; a magaz…
to set up, start, organize, or bring about; to prove beyond d…
antique
an object made long ago; something from the past; from the pa…
baggage
suitcases, bags, packages, equipment, or other items traveler…
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 14 synonyms
absolute
arena
compliment
deliberate
pure, perfect; entire, whole, complete, unlimited; certain, s…
a stadium, theater, auditorium; field, scene
(n.) congratulations; regards; (v.) to flatter, applaud, salute
(v.) to consider, debate, weigh; (adj.) intentional, thoughtf…
absolute
pure, perfect; entire, whole, complete, unlimited; certain, s…
arena
a stadium, theater, auditorium; field, scene
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 8 synonyms
awkward
clatter
gallant
lukewarm
(adj.) clumsy, bumbling
(v.) to rattle, chatter; (n.) racket, commotion
(adj.) dashing, valiant
(adj.) tepid, halfhearted
awkward
(adj.) clumsy, bumbling
clatter
(v.) to rattle, chatter; (n.) racket, commotion
Synonym Worksheet Orange and Yellow
commanded
grip
dawn
stream
ordered
hold
morning
creek
commanded
ordered
grip
hold
Synonym Worksheet Pink and Orange
dozen
gleaming
cut
bound
twelve
shining
chop
wrapped
dozen
twelve
gleaming
shining
11 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 12 synonyms
bristle
circular
coarse
discard
(n.) a whisker, spine, quill; (v.) to stiffen, rise; to seethe
(adj.) ring-shaped, roundabout; (n.) flyer, brochure
rugged, crude, harsh, grainy; scratchy; foul, vulgar, gross
dispose of, to dump, eliminate
bristle
(n.) a whisker, spine, quill; (v.) to stiffen, rise; to seethe
circular
(adj.) ring-shaped, roundabout; (n.) flyer, brochure
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 17 synonyms
approximate
construct
crude
decline
(adj.) estimated, near
to compose, create
basic, simple, rough
(v.) to reject; (n.) a weakening
approximate
(adj.) estimated, near
construct
to compose, create
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 18 synonyms
abide
contrast
depress
dismal
to lodge, nest, reside; to withstand, tolerate, accept
(n.) distinction, variation; (v.) to differentiate, separate
to upset
bleak, miserable, drab
abide
to lodge, nest, reside; to withstand, tolerate, accept
contrast
(n.) distinction, variation; (v.) to differentiate, separate
14 terms
Vocabulary Workshop (Level Orange - Unit 2) SYNONYMS
annual (adj.)
basic (adj.)
competition
contract (n.)
yearly yearbook
essential, primary, fundamental
a rivalry, match, test
an arrangement, deal, pact;
annual (adj.)
yearly yearbook
basic (adj.)
essential, primary, fundamental
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 16 synonyms
adorn
appropriate
assemble
colossal
to decorate, ornament, beautify, enhance
(v.) to seize, confiscate, steal; (adj.) correct, proper
to convene, gather, congregate; to build, construct, join, co…
enormous, huge, gigantic, massive, immense
adorn
to decorate, ornament, beautify, enhance
appropriate
(v.) to seize, confiscate, steal; (adj.) correct, proper
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 15 synonyms
adopt
agile
analyze
assist
to choose, select, endorse, assume
nimble, spry, limber, alert, sharp
to examine, inspect, investigate, evaluate, test, to dissect
(v.) to aid, boost, contribute
adopt
to choose, select, endorse, assume
agile
nimble, spry, limber, alert, sharp
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 5 synonyms
antique
baggage
digest
establish
(n) an heirloom, relic, ancient; (adj) old-fashioned, vintage.
(n.) luggage, trunks; a hindrance, burden, impediment.
(n) a summary; (v) to absorb, assimilate; eat, consume.
(v.) to build, create, form, plant; to confirm, demonstrate,…
antique
(n) an heirloom, relic, ancient; (adj) old-fashioned, vintage.
baggage
(n.) luggage, trunks; a hindrance, burden, impediment.
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 1 synonyms
celebrity
counsel
demonstrate
drowsy
(n.) a star
(n.) advice, wisdom, guidance; (v.) to help, advise, recommend
(v.) to model, illustrate, reveal
(adj.) tired, sluggish
celebrity
(n.) a star
counsel
(n.) advice, wisdom, guidance; (v.) to help, advise, recommend
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 3 synonyms
attractive
burden
consent
dependable
(adj.) appealing, likeable, charming, beautiful, inviting
(n.) a weight, baggage, a difficulty, hardship, worry, afflic…
(v.) to allow, permit, accept; (n.) agreement, authorization
(adj.) reliable, responsible
attractive
(adj.) appealing, likeable, charming, beautiful, inviting
burden
(n.) a weight, baggage, a difficulty, hardship, worry, afflic…
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 4 synonyms
ambush
calculate
contribute
dread
(v) to trap, waylay; (n) a trap
(v.) to compute, reckon; to evaluate
(v.) to donate, offer, provide; to submit
(n.) horror, terror
ambush
(v) to trap, waylay; (n) a trap
calculate
(v.) to compute, reckon; to evaluate
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 6 synonyms
blossom
collide
constant
content
(n.) a bloom, bud; (v.) to flourish, grow
(v.) to crash, slam; to conflict
(adj.) continuous, unchanging; true
(adj.) satisfied; fulfilled; (n.) theme
blossom
(n.) a bloom, bud; (v.) to flourish, grow
collide
(v.) to crash, slam; to conflict
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 7 synonyms
accurate
alert
ancestor
disaster
(adj.) exact, precise, true,
(adj.) attentive, vigilant; (n.) a signal; (v.) to notify, in…
(n.) a forerunner, forebear, forefather, foremother
(n.) a tragedy, catastrophe, calamity, misfortune, trouble
accurate
(adj.) exact, precise, true,
alert
(adj.) attentive, vigilant; (n.) a signal; (v.) to notify, in…
14 terms
Vocabulary Workshop (Level Orange - Unit 2) SYNONYMS
annual (adj.)
basic (adj.)
competition
contract (n.)
yearly yearbook
essential, primary, fundamental
a rivalry, match, test
an arrangement, deal, pact;
annual (adj.)
yearly yearbook
basic (adj.)
essential, primary, fundamental
19 terms
Unit 4 Orange book SYNONYMS
acquit
deem
devastate
dicredit
exonerate, dismiss
judge, regard
wreck, desolate
disparage
acquit
exonerate, dismiss
deem
judge, regard
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange, Unit 10 synonyms
distress
drench
dwell
juvenile
(n.) anguish, anxiety, grief, torment; (v.) to bother, distur…
(v.) to saturate, flood, douse, sop, drown
(v.) to inhabit, reside, to linger, last
(adj.) youthful, childish; (n.) a youth, minor
distress
(n.) anguish, anxiety, grief, torment; (v.) to bother, distur…
drench
(v.) to saturate, flood, douse, sop, drown
20 terms
unit 2 orange book synonyms
adverse
arid
assailant
billow
difficult, trying
waterless, parched, boring, unimaginative
assaulter, attacker, mugger
N: breaker... V: surge, bulge, balloon
adverse
difficult, trying
arid
waterless, parched, boring, unimaginative
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Orange: Unit 1 Synonyms & Antonyms
celebrity
counsel
demonstrate
drowsy
Synonym (Syn): a star... Antonym (Ant): an unknown, nobody; ano…
Synonyms: (n.) advice, wisdom, guidance; ... (v.) to help, advi…
Synonyms: to model, illustrate, reveal... Antonym: to hide
Synonyms: tired, sluggish... Antonyms: alert, wakeful
celebrity
Synonym (Syn): a star... Antonym (Ant): an unknown, nobody; ano…
counsel
Synonyms: (n.) advice, wisdom, guidance; ... (v.) to help, advi…
12 terms
Orange Vocab Unit 13 Synonyms
abstract
ally
appoint
attentive
conceptual, theoretical; obscure
(v.) to associate, combine; ... (n.) a partner, associate
to designate, assign, elect
observant, alert; considerate, courteous
abstract
conceptual, theoretical; obscure
ally
(v.) to associate, combine; ... (n.) a partner, associate
51 terms
Orange Vocab Unit 9 - Synonyms
convict
convict
convict
convict
to condemn
to sentence
a prisoner
inmate
convict
to condemn
convict
to sentence
12 terms
Orange Vocabulary Unit 11 Synonyms
blockade
chant
despair
elevate
(v.) to besiege, isolate, obstruct... (n.) a siege; a barrier
(v.) to intone, vocalize... (n.) a hymn, incantation, singsong,…
(n.) hopelessness, dismay, discouragement
to boost, heighten, hoist; to advance, promote, upgrade
blockade
(v.) to besiege, isolate, obstruct... (n.) a siege; a barrier
chant
(v.) to intone, vocalize... (n.) a hymn, incantation, singsong,…
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