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15 terms
language arts lesson 10
dawdle
farcical
fatalistic
decadence
to waste time
absurd; ridiculously clumsy; funny
believing that all things in life are inevitable
indulgence; moral decline
dawdle
to waste time
farcical
absurd; ridiculously clumsy; funny
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Language Arts Lesson 10 - Jose! Born To Dance
debut
stubborn
permission
hauling
he first time an actor, musician, athlete, etc., does somethi…
refusing to change your ideas or to stop doing something
the right or ability to do something that is given by someone…
pulling, dragging, moving or carrying (something) with effort.
debut
he first time an actor, musician, athlete, etc., does somethi…
stubborn
refusing to change your ideas or to stop doing something
Language Arts Lesson 10
available
bondage
donate
establish
adj. Easy to get; present and ready for use
noun; The state of being a slave
verb; To give to those in need, often through an organization
verb 1. To set up or begin... 2. To show to be true
available
adj. Easy to get; present and ready for use
bondage
noun; The state of being a slave
11 terms
Language Arts 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
12 terms
Language arts lesson 10
Ab, Abs
Apo
Abandon
Abdicate
away, from
away, from
to leave or give up completely
give up power authority or the throne
Ab, Abs
away, from
Apo
away, from
12 terms
Language Arts Lesson 10
Adversity
Conflagration
Confounding
Cryptic
Great trouble or difficulty.
A huge fire, an inferno.
Puzzling; baffling.
Hidden; hard to understand; mysterious; obscure.
Adversity
Great trouble or difficulty.
Conflagration
A huge fire, an inferno.
10 terms
Lesson 10 language arts
Brim
Compliment
Filter
Nape
the upper edge of anything hollow
an expression of praise, commendation, or admiration
any device, as a tank or tube, containing such a substance fo…
the back of the neck
Brim
the upper edge of anything hollow
Compliment
an expression of praise, commendation, or admiration
15 terms
Language Arts Lesson 10
Anticipate
Bankrupt
Brief
Brisk
To look forward to; to expect; to be aware of and to provide…
Unable to pay ones debts and freed by law from doing so; left…
Short; not long-lasting; to give a short explanation or set o…
Quick; active; stimulating; refreshing
Anticipate
To look forward to; to expect; to be aware of and to provide…
Bankrupt
Unable to pay ones debts and freed by law from doing so; left…
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Language arts lesson 10
Abide
Altruistic
Curtail
Disparity
When you accept a rule & follow it
Someone who takes care of other people's needs before they ta…
To reduce in extent or quantity
When there is a difference between two things
Abide
When you accept a rule & follow it
Altruistic
Someone who takes care of other people's needs before they ta…
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language arts lesson 10
available
bondage
donate
establish
easy to get: present and ready for use
the state of being a slave
to give for those who are in need: often throughout an organi…
to set up or begin: to show to be true:
available
easy to get: present and ready for use
bondage
the state of being a slave
15 terms
language arts lesson 10
available
bondage
donate
establish
easy to get: present and ready for use
the state of being a slave
to give for those who are in need: often throughout an organi…
to set up or begin: to show to be true:
available
easy to get: present and ready for use
bondage
the state of being a slave
15 terms
Language arts lesson 10
effusive
dawdle (dôd'l)
farcical
fatalistic
adjective a pouring out; excessive display of emotion; overly…
verb to waste time The teacher reminded the students not to d…
adjective absurd; ridiculously clumsy If three people had not…
adjective believing that all things in life are inevitable, d…
effusive
adjective a pouring out; excessive display of emotion; overly…
dawdle (dôd'l)
verb to waste time The teacher reminded the students not to d…
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Language Arts: Lesson 10
available
bondage
donate
establish
adj.Easy to get; present and ready to use
n.The state of being a slave
v. To give to those in need, often through an organization... do…
v. 1. to set up or begin... 2. to show to be true... establishment…
available
adj.Easy to get; present and ready to use
bondage
n.The state of being a slave
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8 - Language Arts - Lesson 10 Government and Control
anarchy
authoritarian
conservative
delegate
(n.) from Greek an-, "without" + arkhos, "ruler"... a. A lack o…
(adj.) from Greek auctor, "creator"... Requiring complete obedi…
(adj.,n.) from Latin conservare, "to preserve"... a. (adj.) Fav…
(n.,v.) from Latin de-, "out" + legare, "to send"... a. (n.) A…
anarchy
(n.) from Greek an-, "without" + arkhos, "ruler"... a. A lack o…
authoritarian
(adj.) from Greek auctor, "creator"... Requiring complete obedi…
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Lesson 10 (language arts)
Anonymous (adjective)
Anxiety (noun)
Beneficial (adjective)
Bounteous (adjective)
1)with no name known; unknown ... 2)given or written by someone…
A feeling of worry; uneasy concern or fear
Helpful; providing a benefit
1) given freely; generous ... 2) plentiful; more than enough
Anonymous (adjective)
1)with no name known; unknown ... 2)given or written by someone…
Anxiety (noun)
A feeling of worry; uneasy concern or fear
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Language Art Lesson 10
aquatic
assert
avert
bleak
물속에서 자라는, 물위에서
주장하다,주장,확신하는
피하다,방지하다
절망적인, 음산한
aquatic
물속에서 자라는, 물위에서
assert
주장하다,주장,확신하는
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Language Arts: Lesson 10 Vocabulary
absorbing
astonishing
bequest
expenditure
extremely interesting; holding one's attention; fascinating
causing overpowering wonder; surprising; amazing; astounding
property left to someone in a will; legacy
money that is paid out; anything that is spent
absorbing
extremely interesting; holding one's attention; fascinating
astonishing
causing overpowering wonder; surprising; amazing; astounding
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Language Arts Vocab Lesson 10
aquatic
assert
avert
bleak
growing or living in or on water
to say firmly; to declare
to turn away
without much hope
aquatic
growing or living in or on water
assert
to say firmly; to declare
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Analogies - Language Arts - Journeys - Lesson 10
Bird is to fly as fish is to _________…
Snake is to reptile as frog is to ____…
Parrot is to feathers as bear is to __…
Zebra is to stripes as giraffe is to _…
swim
amphibian
fur
spots
Bird is to fly as fish is to _________…
swim
Snake is to reptile as frog is to ____…
amphibian
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Language Arts Lesson 10
aquatic
assert
avert
bleak
Growing or living in or on water.... Having to do with water
To say firmly; to declare
To turn away, To keep from happening
1. Without much hope ... 2.Cold and dreary; exposed to cold winds
aquatic
Growing or living in or on water.... Having to do with water
assert
To say firmly; to declare
21 terms
10 language arts lesson 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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Language arts lesson 10 vocabulary
Brim
Compliment
Filter
Nape
the upper edge of anything hollow; rim; brink: the brim of a…
an expression of praise, commendation, or admiration: A since…
any substance, as cloth, paper, porous porcelain, or a layer…
the back of the neck (usually used in the phrase nape of the…
Brim
the upper edge of anything hollow; rim; brink: the brim of a…
Compliment
an expression of praise, commendation, or admiration: A since…
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Lesson 10 vocabulary Language Arts
Abject
Advocate
Atrocity
Commemorate
Most miserable; wretched
1) To plead in favor; to defend... 2) One who argues for or defe…
1) An act of great cruelty and wickedness ... 2) Appallingly bad…
To serve as a memorial to; to remember in a solemn manner
Abject
Most miserable; wretched
Advocate
1) To plead in favor; to defend... 2) One who argues for or defe…
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Language arts lesson 10 vocab
Aspect
Assure
Contagious
Correspondonce
Part ; feature
To give one's word ; promise
Spreading as one person passing and infection to the next , a…
Written communication via mail
Aspect
Part ; feature
Assure
To give one's word ; promise
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Lesson 10 vocab language arts
abject
advocate
atrocity
commemorate
most miserable; wretched
to plead in favor of; to defend
an act of great cruelty and wickedness
to serve as a memorial to; to remember in a solemn manner
abject
most miserable; wretched
advocate
to plead in favor of; to defend
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Lesson 10 Language Arts Vocabulary
wile
fusion
deftly
frenzy
trick someone into something
two or more things are combined together so you can't separat…
done with skill and speed
so excited or nervous that you're nearly out of control
wile
trick someone into something
fusion
two or more things are combined together so you can't separat…
10 terms
lesson 10 language arts vocab.
undergo, verb
extraordinary, adj.
promotion, noun
aspect, noun
to experience; to pass through
unusual; remarkable
elevation to a new rank or station; step up
part; feature
undergo, verb
to experience; to pass through
extraordinary, adj.
unusual; remarkable
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Language Arts Terminology Lesson 10
Mood
Moral
Motif
Myth
(n.) the feeling a text arouses in the reader
(n.) the particular value or lesson the author is trying to g…
(n.) the term for an often-repeated idea or theme in literature
(n.) a traditional story that attempts to justify a certain p…
Mood
(n.) the feeling a text arouses in the reader
Moral
(n.) the particular value or lesson the author is trying to g…
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lesson 10 vocabulary for language arts 10
expound
expunge
extol
extradite
to explain, to set forth point by point; to interpret
to erase
to praise highly
to turn a prisoner over to the jurisdiction of a another coun…
expound
to explain, to set forth point by point; to interpret
expunge
to erase
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Language Arts 10 Honors: Lesson 10 Vocab
circuitous
circumlocution
deleterious
extenuating
indirect, roundabout
an unnecessarily wordy or evasive form of expression
having a harmful effect: injurious
lessening in the seriousness of
circuitous
indirect, roundabout
circumlocution
an unnecessarily wordy or evasive form of expression
18 terms
Wade S. Lesson 10 Language Arts
aquatic
assert
assertive
avert
growing or living in or on water
to say firmly; to declare
self-assured; bold and confident
to turn away
aquatic
growing or living in or on water
assert
to say firmly; to declare
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Language Arts 5-6 Lesson 10
Idolatry
Ignoble
Imminent
Immolate
Excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
Dishonorable, shameful
Likely to happen; threatening
To kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
Idolatry
Excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
Ignoble
Dishonorable, shameful
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Language Arts 7-8 Vocabulary Lesson 10
Circuitous
Circumlocution
Deleterious
Extenuating
Adj. indirect, in a roundabout manner
Noun. An unnecessarily wordy or evasive form of expression
Adj. having a harmful effect
Adj. lessening the seriousness of, beyond ones control
Circuitous
Adj. indirect, in a roundabout manner
Circumlocution
Noun. An unnecessarily wordy or evasive form of expression
15 terms
Language Arts 5-6 Lesson 10 Vocab
idolatry
ignoble
imminent
immolate
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
dishonorable, shameful
likely to happen; threatening
to kill someone as a sacrificial victim, usually by fire
idolatry
excessive or blind adoration; worship of an object
ignoble
dishonorable, shameful
15 terms
Language arts 1-2 lesson 10
Fallible
Fallow
Farcicale
Fatalistic
Adjective; capable of making mistakes
Adjective; inactive or unproductive
Adjective; absurd or ridiculous
Adjective; believing that all bad things will eventually happen
Fallible
Adjective; capable of making mistakes
Fallow
Adjective; inactive or unproductive
35 terms
Language Arts Lesson 10 quiz
Smolder
Bias
Capitulate
Dumbfound
To burn slowly without bursting into flames
Something that prevents you from being on one side or the other
Surrender
to make speechless with amazement
Smolder
To burn slowly without bursting into flames
Bias
Something that prevents you from being on one side or the other
12 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary List 8 (Lesson 10)- TURNING
VERS/VERT
Divert
Reverse
Versatile
To turn
To turn aside or in another
Causing movement backwards/to change or turn in a different d…
Talented, not limited, able to turn easily from on thing to a…
VERS/VERT
To turn
Divert
To turn aside or in another
128 terms
Language Arts & Reading 10/3
Accuracy
4 Components of Reading Fluency
Ways to motivate students to read:
Alphabet knowledge
ability to correctly read the words in a text
Accuracy, Automaticity, Rate, and Prosody
reading challenges, escapism, teacher involvement, reading wa…
requires young learners to identify and name the upper and lo…
Accuracy
ability to correctly read the words in a text
4 Components of Reading Fluency
Accuracy, Automaticity, Rate, and Prosody
15 terms
7th Grade Language Arts Lesson 10
amendment
calliope
clairvoyance
didactic
an alteration or correction
an organ-like musical instrument having a keyboard that opera…
the power to see things that are invisible to the senses
intended to instruct or guide
amendment
an alteration or correction
calliope
an organ-like musical instrument having a keyboard that opera…
10 terms
Lesson 10 5th grade Ms.Russell Language Arts
resemble
detecting
keen
vary
Look like
Finding
Good/Sharp
Range
resemble
Look like
detecting
Finding
16 terms
7th grade Adv Language Arts Lesson 10
Auspicious
Introspection
Retrospect
Specimen
Showing signs that promise success
Examination of ones own thoughts or feelings
A survey of past times or events
Single thing taken as an example of a whole category
Auspicious
Showing signs that promise success
Introspection
Examination of ones own thoughts or feelings
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
Lesson 1 reading/language arts
Minority
Self-esteem
Oblivious
Relentlessly
Smaller group
Confidence in one's self
Not aware
Without pity
Minority
Smaller group
Self-esteem
Confidence in one's self
Lesson 2 reading/language arts
Stifled
Stimulates
Audacity
Hypocritical
Held back;muffled; to suppress
Makes active or more active
Reckless courage;boldness
Fake; pretending to be something one isn't
Stifled
Held back;muffled; to suppress
Stimulates
Makes active or more active
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6th Grade Language Art Lesson 10
acquaint
aloof
amiable
betray
to make familiar with, to get to know
unfriendly
good-natured and friendly
to reveal, to make known
acquaint
to make familiar with, to get to know
aloof
unfriendly
15 terms
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`
12 terms
Reading and Language Arts- Lesson 30
act
cad, cas, cid
cal, cha
dia
act, do, drive
fall
warm, hot
through, across
act
act, do, drive
cad, cas, cid
fall
15 terms
Reading/Language Arts - Lesson 4
aloft
attain
buffet
elude
Up in the air, especially in flight
To reach; to arrive at
A piece of furniture with drawers and shelves for the display…
To escape by being quick or clever
aloft
Up in the air, especially in flight
attain
To reach; to arrive at
15 terms
Reading/ Language Arts - Lesson 2
arrogant
boycott
campaign
ceromony
(adj) Showing too much pride in oneself
(v) To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group
(n) A Series of actions intended to accomplish a goal
(n) A formal event held in honor of a special occasion
arrogant
(adj) Showing too much pride in oneself
boycott
(v) To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group
15 terms
Language Arts, Lesson #10
aloof
amiable
antisocial
betray
Reserved;distant, especially with others.
Good, natured, friendly.
Avoiding the company of others; not social; unfriendly.
To commit treason against; be a traitor to betray one's count…
aloof
Reserved;distant, especially with others.
amiable
Good, natured, friendly.
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