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Lesson 10 - Reading Vocabulary
Circumspect
Repose
Homonym
Permeate
to be cautious or watchful
to rest
word that sounds like another, but differs in meaning
to pass through every part of
Circumspect
to be cautious or watchful
Repose
to rest
Level 4-Lesson 10-Blood Pressure-English 4E Vocabulary and Reading
artery (noun)
attitude (noun)
neglect (verb)
persuade (verb)
long tube that carries blood away from the heart through the…
general way of thinking or feeling, a tendency to think in a…
not give enough attention or care to someone or something
use opinion and information to cause... someone to believe or do…
artery (noun)
long tube that carries blood away from the heart through the…
attitude (noun)
general way of thinking or feeling, a tendency to think in a…
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Reading Vocabulary - Lesson 10
comprehend
pliable
solitary
scan
to understand
easy to move or bend
to be alone
to look carefully
comprehend
to understand
pliable
easy to move or bend
Reading Vocabulary - Elements of Reading - Lesson 10
navigate
phenomenal
sedate
mandate
to find a way to move on, through, or around something
someone or something that is unusual because it is so good
when a person or animal are quiet and don't get excited easily
to declare that something must be done
navigate
to find a way to move on, through, or around something
phenomenal
someone or something that is unusual because it is so good
16 terms
Reading for Vocabulary B, Lesson 10
straight
stomach
protect
exercise
a. not curved
n. where the food we eat goes
v. to keep safe
n. an activity to train your body
straight
a. not curved
stomach
n. where the food we eat goes
8 terms
Reading Vocabulary - Lesson 10
comprehend
pliable
solitary
scan
to understand
easy to move or bend
to be alone
to look carefully
comprehend
to understand
pliable
easy to move or bend
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Vocabulary Elements of Reading Lesson 10
spiral
ceremony
abrupt
stale
something that winds around and around, with each curve eithe…
an event during which specials things are done or said
very quick and sometimes unpleasant
no longer fresh
spiral
something that winds around and around, with each curve eithe…
ceremony
an event during which specials things are done or said
12 terms
Reading for Vocabulary A, Lesson 10
cause
windy
storm
lightning
v. to make to happen
a. weather with fast moving air
n. strong dangerous weather
n. dangerous bright light from storms
cause
v. to make to happen
windy
a. weather with fast moving air
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Lesson 10 reading skills vocabulary words-Russo
Argument in reading
Evaluation
Imagery
Synthesizing
When the author expresses a position on a problem and support…
Is to examine something carefully and to judge its value or w…
Consists of words and phrases that appeal to a reader's five…
Combine important textural information with existing knowledg…
Argument in reading
When the author expresses a position on a problem and support…
Evaluation
Is to examine something carefully and to judge its value or w…
10 terms
Reading Lesson 10 Vocabulary Words
available
particular
keen
detecting
ready to be used or taken
specific or special
sharp and alert
working to discover something
available
ready to be used or taken
particular
specific or special
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Reading Lesson 10
debut
stubborn
permission
hauling
A first public appearance
Obstinate
consent
pulling or carrying
debut
A first public appearance
stubborn
Obstinate
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English 6: Lesson 10 Vocabulary
lore
abundance
lush
teeming
(noun) the accumulated facts, traditions, or beliefs about so…
(noun) a great amount or quantity; a plentiful supply: The he…
(adj) having or covered in thick plant growth: The homeowner…
(verb) to be full of things; swarm or abound: The pond water…
lore
(noun) the accumulated facts, traditions, or beliefs about so…
abundance
(noun) a great amount or quantity; a plentiful supply: The he…
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Lesson 10- Elements of Reading Vocabulary
spiral
ceremony
abrupt
stale
something that winds around and around, with each curve eithe…
an event during which special things are done or said
very quick and sometimes unpleasant
no longer fresh
spiral
something that winds around and around, with each curve eithe…
ceremony
an event during which special things are done or said
10 terms
Reading Lesson 10 Vocabulary
Comprehend
Pliable
Solitary
Scan
If you -----------something , you understand it.
Something that is ---------- is easy to move or bend.
To live in a ---------- way is to be alone most of the time.
To ---------- a place is to look carefully over the entire ar…
Comprehend
If you -----------something , you understand it.
Pliable
Something that is ---------- is easy to move or bend.
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Reading vocabulary lesson 10
Aptitude
Impudent
Squabble
Forlorn
Talent, tendency, intelligence
Rude, contemptuous, bold
Argue, fight, quarrel
Abandoned, forsaken, dejected
Aptitude
Talent, tendency, intelligence
Impudent
Rude, contemptuous, bold
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Reading Lesson 10 Vocabulary
lore
abundance
altered
sophisticated
n. The accumulated facts, traditions, or beliefs about... someth…
n. A great amount or quantity; a plentiful supply
v. To change or make different
adj. Elaborate, complex, or complicated
lore
n. The accumulated facts, traditions, or beliefs about... someth…
abundance
n. A great amount or quantity; a plentiful supply
Lesson 10 Reading Vocabulary
lore
abundance
altered
sophisticated
The accumulated facts, traditions, or beliefs about something.
A great amount or quantity; a plentiful supply.
To change or make different.
Elaborate, complex, or complicated.
lore
The accumulated facts, traditions, or beliefs about something.
abundance
A great amount or quantity; a plentiful supply.
Reading Vocabulary Lesson 10
cise
cide
Incisor
Incision
To cut
To kill
A narrow edged tooth adapted for cutting in the front of the…
A surgical cut made in the skin or flesh
cise
To cut
cide
To kill
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Elements of Reading: Lesson 10
illusion
solution
bewilder
transform
something that appears to be real, but isn't, or is not there…
an answer to a puzzle or problem
to confuse someone
to change someone or something completely
illusion
something that appears to be real, but isn't, or is not there…
solution
an answer to a puzzle or problem
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Reading Lesson 10
experiment
laboratory
genius
gadget
A test to find out or prove something
A room or building holding special equipment for doing scient…
Extraordinary intellectual power, especially seen in creative…
A small mechanical device
experiment
A test to find out or prove something
laboratory
A room or building holding special equipment for doing scient…
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
Supercilium
Supercilious
Os, Oris
Oro, Orare, Oravi, Oratum
L. "Eyebrow"
adj. Disdainful; haughty and aloof.
L. "mouth"
L. "to speak"
Supercilium
L. "Eyebrow"
Supercilious
adj. Disdainful; haughty and aloof.
English Vocabulary Lesson 10
analysis
paraphrase
description
refer
you study the parts of something to determine its nature
to put in your own words
is a verbal representation of something
means "to turn to"
analysis
you study the parts of something to determine its nature
paraphrase
to put in your own words
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English Vocabulary Lesson 10
admission
dear
decided
edge
an acknowledgement or confession.
high-priced; costly; expensive
1. definite and unmistakable; unquestionable... 2. unhesitating;…
favorable position; advantage
admission
an acknowledgement or confession.
dear
high-priced; costly; expensive
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Rotation 5 Reading Vocabulary - Lesson 10
أدانَ، يُدينُ، الإدانة
انْتَهَكَ، يَنْتَهِكُ، الانْتِهاك
توَصّلَ ، يَتَوصّلُ ، التوصُّل + إلى
لأ سباب إنسانية
to condemn
to violate
to reach
on humanitarian grounds
أدانَ، يُدينُ، الإدانة
to condemn
انْتَهَكَ، يَنْتَهِكُ، الانْتِهاك
to violate
15 terms
English 10 / lesson 10
Attest
Axiom
Churlish
Concoct
To declare or be evidence of something as true, genuine, or a…
A statement or principle that requires no proof because its t…
Lacking good manners; rude, impolite
To make up, prepare, or invent
Attest
To declare or be evidence of something as true, genuine, or a…
Axiom
A statement or principle that requires no proof because its t…
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Reading Mastery III lesson 10
centimeter
construction
beautiful
exercise
one hundredth of a meter
the way something is built
pretty
work out
centimeter
one hundredth of a meter
construction
the way something is built
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English Vocabulary: Lesson 10
Adept
Adept
Aspire
Aspire
(adj.) thoroughly skilled.... (n.) an expert.
SYNONYMS: (adj.) masterful, proficient.
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
SYNONYMS: yearn, aim for, soar.
Adept
(adj.) thoroughly skilled.... (n.) an expert.
Adept
SYNONYMS: (adj.) masterful, proficient.
English Vocabulary Lesson 10
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
Beneficence
To come as a natural increase or advantage
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
Abnormal growth or outgrowth
Doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action
accrue
To come as a natural increase or advantage
crescendo
A gradual increase in sound, often referring to music
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Lesson 10 Vocabulary English 10
expound
cajole
inscrutable
balk
to explain in detail; to clarify
to persuade with false promises and flattery
not easily understood; hard to fathom
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to…
expound
to explain in detail; to clarify
cajole
to persuade with false promises and flattery
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English 10 - Vocabulary Lesson 10
commemorate
cower
ethical
exhibit
to remember by holding a ceremony
to crouch down in fear
having to do with judgements about right and wrong
1. to show or present something... 2. a presentation
commemorate
to remember by holding a ceremony
cower
to crouch down in fear
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Reading: Lesson 10
depression
weathered
cleaved
partake
hollow, dent
survived
chopped
to be a part of
depression
hollow, dent
weathered
survived
English Vocabulary Lesson 10
acumen
adjudicate
anachronism
apocryphal
quickness or accuracy of judgement
to act as judge in a matter
chronological
doubtful or questionable authenticity
acumen
quickness or accuracy of judgement
adjudicate
to act as judge in a matter
Vocabulary Lesson 10 english
animus - anonymous b.c hate
aspiration
diaphanous
dispirited
1. a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred... 2. a…
1. strong desire for achievement; ambition toward a long-rang…
allowing light to show through; translucent; (delicate)
dejected; discouraged; gloomy
animus - anonymous b.c hate
1. a powerful feeling of hostility or antagonism; hatred... 2. a…
aspiration
1. strong desire for achievement; ambition toward a long-rang…
English vocab lesson 10
fallible
blatant
dawdle
affiliate
capable of error ... syn:imperfect ... ant:infallible,flawless
obvious; too conspicuous ... syn: unconcealed;deliberate ... ant:se…
to waste time ... syn:tarry;loiter... ant:hasten;expedite
an associate, a partner ... syn:member;colleague
fallible
capable of error ... syn:imperfect ... ant:infallible,flawless
blatant
obvious; too conspicuous ... syn: unconcealed;deliberate ... ant:se…
Lesson 10 English Vocabulary
accrue
crescendo
excrescence
beneficence
To come as a natural increase or advantage
A gradual increase in sound often referring to to music
Abnormal growth or outgrowth
Doing good or causing good to be done; kindly action
accrue
To come as a natural increase or advantage
crescendo
A gradual increase in sound often referring to to music
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English 9 / lesson 10
Amputate
Aptitude
Beneficiary
Boon
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
A natural talent
One who benefits or gains an advantage from something
A welcome gift or blessing
Amputate
To cut off a body part, especially by surgery
Aptitude
A natural talent
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English 10 Lesson 10
expound
expunge
extol
extradite
verb-to explain; to set forth point by point; to interpret
verb-to erase
verb-to praise highly
verb-to turn a prisoner over to the jurisdiciton of another c…
expound
verb-to explain; to set forth point by point; to interpret
expunge
verb-to erase
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Lesson 10: English Vocabulary ex-
ex-
export
expel
exhale
out of, outside, from
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
to force to leave; to drive out
to breathe out
ex-
out of, outside, from
export
to send goods out of the country; to carry out or away
10 terms
Reading Vocabulary Lesson 10
hives
architects
structures
contain
boxes or houses for bees to live in
people who design buildings and supervise their construction
things that are built such as buildings
to hold inside
hives
boxes or houses for bees to live in
architects
people who design buildings and supervise their construction
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 10
majordomo
untenable
perambulate
veneer
a chief butler or assistant
impossible to defend
to walk about
a thin, attractive layer that conceals something common or co…
majordomo
a chief butler or assistant
untenable
impossible to defend
Vocabulary Lesson 10 for English 10
Emphatically
Renegade
Weaponry
Mercenary
very strongly
someone who lives outside a group
armaments, such as guns
someone who fights for money
Emphatically
very strongly
Renegade
someone who lives outside a group
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English 11 - Vocabulary Lesson 10
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminate
to come forth; to send forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminate
15 terms
English 12 - Vocabulary Lesson 10
veneer
luminous
tacit
untenable
a thin, attractive layer that conceals something common
emitting light
indicated but not expressed; implied silently
impossible to defend or justify
veneer
a thin, attractive layer that conceals something common
luminous
emitting light
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Reading Lesson 10
invention
experiment
laboratory
occasional
something new that someone thinks up or creates
a test that helps scientists answer their questions
place where scientists work and do experiments
means sometimes but not very often
invention
something new that someone thinks up or creates
experiment
a test that helps scientists answer their questions
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English 2 Lesson 10
expound
cajole
inscrutible
balk
to explain in detail; to clarify.
to persuade with false promise and flattery.
not easily understood;hard to fathom.
to refuse stubbornly or abruptly
expound
to explain in detail; to clarify.
cajole
to persuade with false promise and flattery.
8 terms
Reading Vocabulary - Elements of Reading - Lesson 10
navigate
phenomenal
sedate
mandate
to find a way to move on, through, or around something
someone or something that is unusual because it is so good
when a person or animal are quiet and don't get excited easily
to declare that something must be done
navigate
to find a way to move on, through, or around something
phenomenal
someone or something that is unusual because it is so good
7 terms
reading lesson 10
amiable
betray
enmity
idealize
Good-natured and friendly
to be disloyal or unfaithful
Deep hatred
to think of as perfect
amiable
Good-natured and friendly
betray
to be disloyal or unfaithful
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Vocabulary Lesson 10 English IV
accoutrements
fastidious
functional
patina
equipment or accessories
Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail
having a purpose
a sheen on a surface resulting from age and use
accoutrements
equipment or accessories
fastidious
Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail
15 terms
English 3 Lesson 10
idolatry
adulterate
emanate
garish
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
to make impure; to contaminate
to come forth; to send forth
tastelessly gaudy
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
adulterate
to make impure; to contaminate
10 terms
English Lesson 10 Vocabulary
Devious
Duplicity
Fictitious
Guile
Dishonest or deceptive; tricky
Deliberate deception in behavior or speech
Not real; false
Sly or cunning intelligence
Devious
Dishonest or deceptive; tricky
Duplicity
Deliberate deception in behavior or speech
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