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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…
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
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
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
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
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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Wordly Wise book 5 lesson 11 Vocabulary
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
v. - 1. To go or to cause to go faster. 2. To bring about at…
n. Height above sea level or the earth's surface.
adj. 1. Worried; concerned. 2. Eager; wishing strongly.
v. 1. To make stronger by giving support to. 2. To make ready…
accelerate
v. - 1. To go or to cause to go faster. 2. To bring about at…
altitude
n. Height above sea level or the earth's surface.
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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…
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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Language Arts- Wordly Wise Lesson 2 Book 7
astute
authentic
delicacy
derogatory
wise in a clever or practical way
genuine ; true
a choice item of food
expressing a low opinion; intended to hurt the reputation of…
astute
wise in a clever or practical way
authentic
genuine ; true
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Wordly Wise book 5 lesson 11 Vocabulary
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
v. - 1. To go or to cause to go faster. 2. To bring about at…
n. Height above sea level or the earth's surface.
adj. 1. Worried; concerned. 2. Eager; wishing strongly.
v. 1. To make stronger by giving support to. 2. To make ready…
accelerate
v. - 1. To go or to cause to go faster. 2. To bring about at…
altitude
n. Height above sea level or the earth's surface.
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 11 Vocabulary
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
v. to increase in size, amount, or degree
adj. 1. kind; gracious; gentle... 2. favorable, not threatening
n. a person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine…
v. 1. to detect with the eyes... 2. to understand or comprehend…
augment
v. to increase in size, amount, or degree
benign
adj. 1. kind; gracious; gentle... 2. favorable, not threatening
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Wordly Wise Vocabulary Book 8-Lesson 11
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
To increase in size, amount, or degree.
Kind; gracious; gentle.... Favorable; not threatening.
A person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine art…
To detect with the eyes.... To understand or comprehend.... To reco…
augment
To increase in size, amount, or degree.
benign
Kind; gracious; gentle.... Favorable; not threatening.
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Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 11
abbreviate
abbreviation
appropriate
exclude
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
n. The result of abbreviating.
adj. Suitable or right for the purpose.
v. To leave out; to keep from being a part of.
abbreviate
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
abbreviation
n. The result of abbreviating.
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WordlyWise Book 7 Lesson 11 Vocabulary
Ballast
Buoyant
Buoyancy
Clamber
1)Heavy material used to make a ship steady or control the ri…
1)Able to float. ... 2)Cheerful and carefree.
1)Ability to float.
1)To climb awkwardly.
Ballast
1)Heavy material used to make a ship steady or control the ri…
Buoyant
1)Able to float. ... 2)Cheerful and carefree.
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Wordly Wise Book 10 Lesson 11 (Vocabulary)
Agrarian
Burgeon
Cataclysm,... Cataclysmic
Culinary
(Adj) Having to do with farming or agriculture.
(V) To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
(N) A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe.... (Adj)
(Adj) Having to do with cooking.
Agrarian
(Adj) Having to do with farming or agriculture.
Burgeon
(V) To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
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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…
Wordly Wise Book 9 Lesson 11 Vocabulary Flashcards
Amenity
Averse
Complacent
Decompose
A feature that contributes to physical comfort.
Having a feeling of opposition or distaste.
So self-satisfied that one sees no need for change; unconcern…
To decay or to break down basic elements.
Amenity
A feature that contributes to physical comfort.
Averse
Having a feeling of opposition or distaste.
Wordly Wise Lesson 11
Abbreviate/ Abbreviation
Appropriate
Exclude
Fanciful
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts... n. The result of…
adj. Suitable or right for the purpose... v. To set aside for a…
v. To leave out; to keep from being a part of
adj. 1) NZot based on reason; unrealistic... 2) NZot real; imagi…
Abbreviate/ Abbreviation
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts... n. The result of…
Appropriate
adj. Suitable or right for the purpose... v. To set aside for a…
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Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10 - Lesson 11 Vocabulary
agrarian
burgeon
cataclysm
culinary
Having to do with farming or agriculture.
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe.
Having to do with cooking.
agrarian
Having to do with farming or agriculture.
burgeon
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
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Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10 - Lesson 11 Vocabulary
agrarian
burgeon
cataclysm
culinary
relating to farming or rural matters
Grow or flourish rapidly; put forth buds or shoots (of a plant)
a violent change
(adj.) of or related to cooking or the kitchen
agrarian
relating to farming or rural matters
burgeon
Grow or flourish rapidly; put forth buds or shoots (of a plant)
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Vocabulary Wordly Wise 3000 Book 8 Lesson 11
Augment
Benign
Connoisseur
Discern
V.To increase in size, amount, or degree
Adj. 1. Kind; Gracious; gentle... 2. Favorable; not threatening
N. A person with extensive knowledge especially of the fine a…
V. 1. To detect with the eyes... 2. To understand or comprehend…
Augment
V.To increase in size, amount, or degree
Benign
Adj. 1. Kind; Gracious; gentle... 2. Favorable; not threatening
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Lesson 11
accessory
frivolous
imperative
notable
something that adds attractiveness
Silly; trivial
necessary
worth attention or notice
accessory
something that adds attractiveness
frivolous
Silly; trivial
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Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10 - Lesson 11 Vocabulary
agrarian
burgeon
cataclysm
culinary
Having to do with farming or agriculture.
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe.
Having to do with cooking.
agrarian
Having to do with farming or agriculture.
burgeon
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish.
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Lesson 11
elixir
dessicated
cessation
juxtapose
a supposed remedy for all ailments; potion; brew
dried up; dehydrated
a stopping; a discontinuance; an end; a ceasing
to place side-by-side for comparison
elixir
a supposed remedy for all ailments; potion; brew
dessicated
dried up; dehydrated
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Wordly Wise 3000 Vocabulary-Book 7-Lesson 11
ballast
buoyant
buoyancy
clamber
Heavy material used to make a ship 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 ship steady or control the risi…
buoyant
Able to float.... Cheerful and carefree.
Wordly Wise Lesson 11
diagram
frustrate
frustrating
graduate
n. a plan or drawing that shows how something works or how di…
v. to keep from carrying out a plan or reaching a goal
adj. causing one to be upset or discouraged
n. a person who has finished a course of study... v. to finish a…
diagram
n. a plan or drawing that shows how something works or how di…
frustrate
v. to keep from carrying out a plan or reaching a goal
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Wordly Wise Lesson 11
annual
artificial
blend
bore
happening every year; a plant that lives for one year; a book…
made by human beings and not by nature
to come or mix together into one; to go together; a mixture
to make a round hole in by drilling; to tire by being dull an…
annual
happening every year; a plant that lives for one year; a book…
artificial
made by human beings and not by nature
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Wordly Wise 9 - Lesson 11
amenity
averse
complacent
decompose
A feature that contributes to physical comfort
Having a feeling of opposition or distaste
So self-satisfied that one sees no need for change; unconcerned
To decay or break down into basic elements
amenity
A feature that contributes to physical comfort
averse
Having a feeling of opposition or distaste
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Wordly Wise Lesson 11
accelerate
altitude
anxious
brace
To go or to cause to go faster 2. To bring about at an earlie…
Height above sea level or the earth's surface
Worried; concerned 2. Eager; wishing strongly ANXIETY - Great…
To make stronger by giving support to
accelerate
To go or to cause to go faster 2. To bring about at an earlie…
altitude
Height above sea level or the earth's surface
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Sharma TCMS Vocabulary Lesson 11
aesthetic
unseemly
feat
myriad
relating to beauty
not decent or proper
an act or accomplishment showing skill
an indefinitely large number
aesthetic
relating to beauty
unseemly
not decent or proper
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Wordly Wise Book 12/Language Arts Terminology Lesson 1
Acolyte
Bibulous
Coalesce
Covert
(n.) a person who assists in some religious services by carry…
(adj.) given to the consumption of alcoholic drinks; highly a…
(v.) to grow together; to unite to form a whole.
(adj.) not openly acknowledged; secret.
Acolyte
(n.) a person who assists in some religious services by carry…
Bibulous
(adj.) given to the consumption of alcoholic drinks; highly a…
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Spelling and Vocabulary words - Lesson 11
berate
brink
devise
dormant
to scold or yell at
the edge of something
to create or invent something
sleeping, not active
berate
to scold or yell at
brink
the edge of something
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Lesson 11 Vocabulary
problem
impossible
believe
understand
something that needs to solved or fixed
cannot be done
to think that something is true or real
to know something
problem
something that needs to solved or fixed
impossible
cannot be done
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Lesson 11 Wordly Wise
abbreviate
appropriate
exclude
fanciful
1. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.... 2. The result of…
1. Suitable or right for the purpose... 2. To set aside for a pa…
To leave out; to keep from being a part of
1. Not based on reason; unrealistic.... 2. Not real; imaginary.
abbreviate
1. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.... 2. The result of…
appropriate
1. Suitable or right for the purpose... 2. To set aside for a pa…
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 7 Lesson 11
Ballast
Buoyant
Clamber
Detach
Heavy material used to make a ship steady or control the risi…
1. Able to float. 2. Cheerful and carefree
To climb awkwardly
1. To separate from. Not connected 2. Lacking concern; not ta…
Ballast
Heavy material used to make a ship steady or control the risi…
Buoyant
1. Able to float. 2. Cheerful and carefree
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ENY M2: U3: Lesson 11 VOCABULARY
editing
revising
grade appropriate
craftsmanship
prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, con…
reconsider and alter (something) in the light of further evid…
the quality of ability and work that is appropriate for stude…
the quality of design and work shown in something made by hand
editing
prepare (written material) for publication by correcting, con…
revising
reconsider and alter (something) in the light of further evid…
5 terms
Wordly Wise Book 10 Lesson 11
agrarian
burgeon
cataclysm
culinary
adj. Having to do with farming or agriculture.
v. To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
n. A sudden an violent change; a catastrophe... adj. cataclysmic
adj. Having to do with cooking
agrarian
adj. Having to do with farming or agriculture.
burgeon
v. To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
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Wordly Wise Vocabulary Lesson 11
annual
annual
annual
artificial
adj. Happening every year.
n. 1. A plant that lives for one year.
n. 2. A book that comes out once a year.
adj. Made by human beings and not by nature.
annual
adj. Happening every year.
annual
n. 1. A plant that lives for one year.
Wordly Wise Lesson 11 (First 7 words)
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
(v.) To increase or make larger
(adj.) gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding; having a favor…
(n.) An expert, particularly in matters of art and taste
(v.) to see clearly, recognize... (v.) to distinguish one thing…
augment
(v.) To increase or make larger
benign
(adj.) gentle, kind; forgiving, understanding; having a favor…
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Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 11
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
To increase in size, amount, or degree
Kind; gracious; gentle OR Favorable; not threatening
A person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine art…
To detect with the eyes OR to understand or comprehend OR to…
augment
To increase in size, amount, or degree
benign
Kind; gracious; gentle OR Favorable; not threatening
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8 Lesson 11
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
to increase in size, amount or degree
kind; gracious; gentle; favorable; not threatening
a person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine arts
to detect with the eyes; to understand and comprehend; to rec…
augment
to increase in size, amount or degree
benign
kind; gracious; gentle; favorable; not threatening
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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WRAP Lesson 11
ado
ally
decrepit
deport
fuss; bother
to unite friends for a common cause
worn out; broken from wear
to expel from a country
ado
fuss; bother
ally
to unite friends for a common cause
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Lesson 11 Vocabulary and Root Words
gurgle
hallucination
havoc
hemorrhage
make a bubbling sound while flowing
False sensations
great destruction; chaos
Excessive or profuse bleeding
gurgle
make a bubbling sound while flowing
hallucination
False sensations
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Wordly Wise Book 4 Lesson 11
annual
annual
artificial
blend
adj. Happening every year. A plant that lives for one year
n. A plant that lives for one year.
adj. Made by human beings and not by nature
v. To come or mix together into one. To go together.
annual
adj. Happening every year. A plant that lives for one year
annual
n. A plant that lives for one year.
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Vocab+ Lesson 11
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
(adj.) glaringly bad, outrageous
(n.) an aristocrat
(n.) one sent on a special mission to represent others
(adj.) having similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
(adj.) glaringly bad, outrageous
patrician
(n.) an aristocrat
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Wordly WIse 10 Lesson 11
agrarian
burgeon
cataclysm
culinary
Having to do with farming or agriculture
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
A sudden and violent change; a catastrophe
Having to do with cooking
agrarian
Having to do with farming or agriculture
burgeon
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
Lesson 11 Worldy Wise
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
to increase in size, amount or degree
kind, gracious or gentle
a person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine arts
to detect with the eyes, to understand or comprehend
augment
to increase in size, amount or degree
benign
kind, gracious or gentle
15 terms
Wordly Wise Book 8 Lesson 11
augment
benign
connoisseur
discern
To increase in size, amount, or degree
Kind; gracious; gentle OR Favorable; not threatening
A person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine art…
To detect with the eyes OR to understand or comprehend OR to…
augment
To increase in size, amount, or degree
benign
Kind; gracious; gentle OR Favorable; not threatening
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