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20 terms
spelling unit 12 synonyms
abduct
ambiguous
balk
compact
seize, snatch
uncertian, unclear, equivocal
hesitate, block
dense, compress
abduct
seize, snatch
ambiguous
uncertian, unclear, equivocal
12 terms
Spelling synonyms Unit 12
abuse
appliance
confirm
daze
misuse, mistreatment, to harm injured to insult
a device utensil contraption gadget
to verify support assure to check
to numb shock astound baffle bewilder trance stupor
abuse
misuse, mistreatment, to harm injured to insult
appliance
a device utensil contraption gadget
12 terms
unit 12 spelling synonyms
bristle
circular
coarse
discard
a whisker, spine, quill, to stiffen, rise or seethe
ring-shaped, roundabout, flyer, brochure
rugged, crude, harsh, grainy, scratchy, vulgar, foul, gross
to dump, dispose of eliminate,
bristle
a whisker, spine, quill, to stiffen, rise or seethe
circular
ring-shaped, roundabout, flyer, brochure
21 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
appreciable
autocratic
blanch
blasphemy
detectable, considerable
domineering, dictatorial, tyrannical, bossy
bleach, drain, wash out, go white
curse, profanity, imprecation
appreciable
detectable, considerable
autocratic
domineering, dictatorial, tyrannical, bossy
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
abound
braggart
cache
despondent
burst with, overflow with, teem with
(n)bigmouth, blowhard
stockpile, hoard, store
dejected depressed, forlorn
abound
burst with, overflow with, teem with
braggart
(n)bigmouth, blowhard
12 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
bristle
circular
coarse
discard
seethe
ring-shaped
harsh
eliminate
bristle
seethe
circular
ring-shaped
21 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
appreciable
autocratic
blanch
blasphemy
detectable, considerable
domineering, dictatorial, tyrannical, bossy
bleach, drain, wash out, go white
curse, profanity, imprecation
appreciable
detectable, considerable
autocratic
domineering, dictatorial, tyrannical, bossy
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
abdicate
bestow
capacious
caustic
relinquish, renounce
confer, lodge, put up
spacious, commodious
burning, corrosive, sharp
abdicate
relinquish, renounce
bestow
confer, lodge, put up
20 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary Synonyms
abduct
ambiguous
balk
compact
seize, snatch
uncertain, unclear
hesitate, block
dense, compress
abduct
seize, snatch
ambiguous
uncertain, unclear
20 terms
Mrs. Bodine's Spelling and Vocabulary Unit 12 SYNONYMS ONLY
abdicate
bestow
capacious
caustic
relinquish, renounce
confer, lodge, put up
spacious, commodious
burning, corrosive, sharp
abdicate
relinquish, renounce
bestow
confer, lodge, put up
20 terms
vocabulary unit 12 synonyms
abound
braggart
cache
clarification
burst with, overflow with, teem with
bigmouth, blowhard
stockpile, hoard, store
elucidation
abound
burst with, overflow with, teem with
braggart
bigmouth, blowhard
12 terms
Vocabulary - Unit 12 (Synonyms)
bristle
circular
coarse
discard
a whisker, spine, quill; to stiffen, rise; to seethe
ring shaped; roundabout; flyer, brochure
rugged, crude, harsh, grainy; scratchy; vulgar, foul, gross
to dump, dispose of, eliminate
bristle
a whisker, spine, quill; to stiffen, rise; to seethe
circular
ring shaped; roundabout; flyer, brochure
20 terms
12_Vocabulary Unit 12, Synonyms
apposite
augur
bilk
charisma
pertinent, material, germane
(n) oracle; (v) bode
cozen
appeal, charm, mystique
apposite
pertinent, material, germane
augur
(n) oracle; (v) bode
17 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
bristle (n)
bristle (V)
circular (adj)
circular (n)
whisker, spine, quill
to stiffen, rise; to SEETHE
RING-SHAPED, roundabout
flyer, brochure
bristle (n)
whisker, spine, quill
bristle (V)
to stiffen, rise; to SEETHE
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 - Pictures of Synonyms
abduct
ambiguous
balk
compact
S: seize, snatch
S: uncertain, unclear... A: obvious
S: hesitate, block
S: dense, compress... A: enormous, humongous
abduct
S: seize, snatch
ambiguous
S: uncertain, unclear... A: obvious
14 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary Words - Synonyms
abuse (n)
abuse (v)
appliance
confirm
misuse, mistreatment,
to harm, injury; to insult
a device, utensil, contraption, gadget
to verify, support; assure; to check
abuse (n)
misuse, mistreatment,
abuse (v)
to harm, injury; to insult
15 terms
Unit 12 Spelling and Vocabulary
justify
importance
interest
choice
to provide or be a good reason for (something) : to prove or…
value or significance
a feeling of wanting to learn more about something or to be i…
the act of picking or deciding between two or more possibilit…
justify
to provide or be a good reason for (something) : to prove or…
importance
value or significance
SPELLING - Unit 12 - Vocabulary
abuse (n)
abuse (v)
appliance (n)
confirm (v)
improper, wrong, or cruel treatment; insulting language
to put to bad use; to hurt or damage by treating badly
a machine or tool used to do a household job
to agree or prove that something is true; to make sure, remov…
abuse (n)
improper, wrong, or cruel treatment; insulting language
abuse (v)
to put to bad use; to hurt or damage by treating badly
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
abduct
ambiguous
balk
compact
seize, snatch
uncertain, unclear, equivocal
hesitate, block
dense; compress
abduct
seize, snatch
ambiguous
uncertain, unclear, equivocal
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 synonyms and antonyms
absolve
caricature
clangor
contiguous
s: acquit, exonerate, vindicate... a: convict, incriminate, incu…
s: (n) burlesque, lampoon
s: din... a: silence
s: abutting, next door to... a: detached
absolve
s: acquit, exonerate, vindicate... a: convict, incriminate, incu…
caricature
s: (n) burlesque, lampoon
21 terms
Unit 12 Spelling Review
crooked
mantelpiece
sworn
torrent
having bends or curves in something
a structure of wood, marble or stone above and around a firep…
promised very strongly and sincerely to do or not do something
a large amount of water that moves very quickly in one direct…
crooked
having bends or curves in something
mantelpiece
a structure of wood, marble or stone above and around a firep…
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Unit 12 Synonyms
bristle
circular
coarse
discard
seethe
ring-shaped
harsh
eliminate
bristle
seethe
circular
ring-shaped
14 terms
Unit 12: Spelling & Vocabulary
inert
raze
crevice
novelty
Inactive, sluggish.
To level to the ground; to tear down or demolish.
A crack opening; an opening.
Newness.
inert
Inactive, sluggish.
raze
To level to the ground; to tear down or demolish.
Spelling Words Unit 12
aspect
conspicuous
tactful
contagious
a part of something... : the way a person, place, or thing appe…
very easy to see or notice... : attracting attention by being g…
careful not to offend or upset other people : having or showi…
able to be passed from one person or animal to another by tou…
aspect
a part of something... : the way a person, place, or thing appe…
conspicuous
very easy to see or notice... : attracting attention by being g…
Vocabulary Workshop Unit 12 Synonyms
turmoil
status
seclusion
reinforce
upheaval, tumult
recognition, standing
aloneness, solitariness
strengthen, bolster, prop up
turmoil
upheaval, tumult
status
recognition, standing
19 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
absolve
caricature
clangor
contiguous
acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon
cartoon, burlesque, parody, lampoon
din, clamor, uproar
adjoining, abutting, next door to
absolve
acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon
caricature
cartoon, burlesque, parody, lampoon
12 terms
Sadlier Vocabulary - Unit 12 (Synonyms)
shred
rotate
presentable
pitiless
a scrap, tatter, bit, fragment
to circle, twirl, spin; to change, switch
suitable, proper, respectable, passable
cold, merciless, heartless, unsparing, cruel
shred
a scrap, tatter, bit, fragment
rotate
to circle, twirl, spin; to change, switch
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
Abound
Braggart
Cache
Clarification
(v.) burst with, overflow with, teem with
(n.) bigmouth, blowhard
(n.) stockpile, hoard, store
(n.) elucidation
Abound
(v.) burst with, overflow with, teem with
Braggart
(n.) bigmouth, blowhard
10 terms
Unit 12 Spelling/Vocabulary
varied
scarpered
enthusiasm
foraged
showing variety
run away
intense and eager enjoyment
searched for food
varied
showing variety
scarpered
run away
10 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary - Spelling
acrophobia
bourgeois
debility
epistolary
...
...
...
...
acrophobia
...
bourgeois
...
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 synonyms
abound
braggart
cache
clarification
burst with, overflow with, teem with
bigmouth, blowhard
stockpile, hoard, store
elucidation
abound
burst with, overflow with, teem with
braggart
bigmouth, blowhard
75 terms
Vocabulary Synonyms Unit 12
to battle
dispute
to vie
to maintain
contend
contend
contend
contend
to battle
contend
dispute
contend
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 synonyms
abjure
acrid
august
callous
forswear, retract, recant, abstain from
irritating, stinging, bitter, caustic
stately, dignified, exalted, venerable
insensitive, unsympathetic, thick-skinned
abjure
forswear, retract, recant, abstain from
acrid
irritating, stinging, bitter, caustic
Vocabulary: Unit 12 Synonyms
absolve
caricature
clangor
contiguous
acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon
cartoon, burlesque, parody, lampoon
din, clamor, uproar
adjoining, abutting, next door to
absolve
acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon
caricature
cartoon, burlesque, parody, lampoon
20 terms
Spelling/Vocabulary Unit 12
bristle (n)
bristle (v)
circular (adj)
circular (n)
a stiff, short hair or fiber
to have hair standing on end; to show anger
in some way like a circle, round; indirect
a leaflet or printed advertisement meant to be given to many…
bristle (n)
a stiff, short hair or fiber
bristle (v)
to have hair standing on end; to show anger
20 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
Abound
Braggart
Cache
Clarification
Burst with, overflow with, teem with
Bigmouth, blowhard
Stockpile, hoard, store
Elucidation
Abound
Burst with, overflow with, teem with
Braggart
Bigmouth, blowhard
61 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
Absolve
Absolve
Absolve
Absolve
acquit
exonerate
vindicate
excuse; pardon
Absolve
acquit
Absolve
exonerate
21 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary Synonyms
importune
perfunctory
interpolate
tantamount
to implore, entreat, tax
slapdash, cursory, superficial, shallow
to insert, inject, interpose, introduce
equivalent to, indistinguishable from
importune
to implore, entreat, tax
perfunctory
slapdash, cursory, superficial, shallow
17 terms
Unit 12 Synonyms and Antonyms
audible- syn
consume- syn
glide- syn
origin- syn
clear
deplete
cruise
root
audible- syn
clear
consume- syn
deplete
20 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary Synonyms
aesthetic
defunct
discomfit
espouse
artistic
extinct, nonexistent
nonplus, disconcert, foil
embrace, wed
aesthetic
artistic
defunct
extinct, nonexistent
20 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary Synonyms
abdicate
bestow
capacious
caustic
relinquish, renounce
confer, lodge, put up
spacious, commodious
burning, corrosive, sharp
abdicate
relinquish, renounce
bestow
confer, lodge, put up
12 terms
Vocabulary unit 12 synonyms
Abuse
Appliance
Confirm
Daze
Misuse,mistreatment
A device
To verify,support
To numb,shock
Abuse
Misuse,mistreatment
Appliance
A device
12 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 - Synonyms
abuse
appliance
confirm
daze
misuse
utensil
to check
stupor
abuse
misuse
appliance
utensil
20 terms
Vocabulary unit 12 - synonyms
Abound
Braggart
Cache
Clarification
Burst with, overflow with, teem with
Bigmouth, blowhard
Stockpile, hoard, store
Elucidation
Abound
Burst with, overflow with, teem with
Braggart
Bigmouth, blowhard
20 terms
Unit 12 Vocabulary Synonyms
abjure
acrid
august
callous
forswear, retract, abstain from
irritating, stinging, bitter, caustic
stately, dignified, exalted, venerable
insensitive, unsympathetic, thick-skinned
abjure
forswear, retract, abstain from
acrid
irritating, stinging, bitter, caustic
19 terms
Unit 12 vocabulary synonyms
Paragon
Politic
Prosaic
Redundant
Ideal, paradigm, model, good example
Tactful, diplomatic, judicious, circumslect
Literal, pedestrian
Unnecessary, superfluous, verbose, prolix
Paragon
Ideal, paradigm, model, good example
Politic
Tactful, diplomatic, judicious, circumslect
20 terms
Unit 12 Spelling and Vocabulary Words
hamburger
lemonade
eggs
grapes
hamburger
lemonade
9 terms
Unit 12 Spelling List
aspect
conspicuous
tactful
contagious
A part that can be viewed
Easily seen or noticed
skilled in handling difficult situations or people, polite
easily spread from person to person
aspect
A part that can be viewed
conspicuous
Easily seen or noticed
20 terms
Vocabulary unit 12 Synonyms
absolve
caricature
clangor
contiguous
Synonyms: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon
Synonyms:(n) cartoon, burlesque, parody, lampoon
Synonyms:(n) din, clamor, uproar
Synonyms: adjoining, abutting
absolve
Synonyms: acquit, exonerate, vindicate, excuse, pardon
caricature
Synonyms:(n) cartoon, burlesque, parody, lampoon
19 terms
Vocabulary Unit 12 Synonyms
Absolve
Caricature (n.)
Clangor (n.)
Contiguous
Acquit, Exonerate, Pardon, Excuse
Cartoon, Burlesque, Lampoon
Din, Clamor, Uproar
Abutting, Next door to
Absolve
Acquit, Exonerate, Pardon, Excuse
Caricature (n.)
Cartoon, Burlesque, Lampoon
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