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42 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 10 - Applying the Meanings
anticipated
anticipated
bankrupt
bankrupt
We ____________ having a good time at the party.
The speaker ____________ their questions by explaining the pl…
The store owner was __________ after the business failed.
The opposition party was ____________ of ideas and received f…
anticipated
We ____________ having a good time at the party.
anticipated
The speaker ____________ their questions by explaining the pl…
53 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 11 - Applying the Meanings
abbreviated
abbreviation
appropriate
appropriates
Main Street can be ___________ to Main St.
Mr. Smith is the accepted _________ for Mister Smith.
Tennis shoes are not _________ footwear for hiking.
Congress __________ money for various programs.
abbreviated
Main Street can be ___________ to Main St.
abbreviation
Mr. Smith is the accepted _________ for Mister Smith.
44 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 4 - Applying the Meanings
aloft
attain
attained
buffet
A strong breeze kept the kites _____________.
Redwood trees ____________heights over 300 feet.
The library ____________its lofty goal of raising ten thousan…
This splendid antique ___________contains a valuable collecti…
aloft
A strong breeze kept the kites _____________.
attain
Redwood trees ____________heights over 300 feet.
47 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 8 - Applying the Meanings
accompany
accompanies
captive
captives
The pianist offered to _____________ the singer.
Thunder often ________________ lightening.
The hospital patients provided a ___________ audience for the…
The ___________ were closely guarded.
accompany
The pianist offered to _____________ the singer.
accompanies
Thunder often ________________ lightening.
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 8 - Applying the Meanings
accompany
accompanies
captive
captives
The pianist offered to _____________ the singer.
Thunder often ________________ lightening.
The hospital patients provided a ___________ audience for the…
The ___________ were closely guarded.
accompany
The pianist offered to _____________ the singer.
accompanies
Thunder often ________________ lightening.
54 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 6 - Applying the Meanings
appreciate
appreciated
continuous
dissolves
I __________ handmade lace edgings on pillowcases.
The house we bought for $100,000 has_____________to $180,000.
The______________ flow of traffic makes it impossible to cros…
Sugar ____________ easily in warm water.
appreciate
I __________ handmade lace edgings on pillowcases.
appreciated
The house we bought for $100,000 has_____________to $180,000.
33 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6 - Applying the Meanings
appreciate
appreciated
continuous
dissolves
I __________ handmade lace edgings on pillowcases.
The house we bought for $100,000 has_____________to $180,000.
The______________ flow of traffic makes it impossible to cros…
Sugar ____________ easily in warm water.
appreciate
I __________ handmade lace edgings on pillowcases.
appreciated
The house we bought for $100,000 has_____________to $180,000.
33 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6 - Applying the Meanings
appreciate
appreciated
continuous
dissolves
I __________ handmade lace edgings on pillowcases.
The house we bought for $100,000 has_____________to $180,000.
The______________ flow of traffic makes it impossible to cros…
Sugar ____________ easily in warm water.
appreciate
I __________ handmade lace edgings on pillowcases.
appreciated
The house we bought for $100,000 has_____________to $180,000.
55 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 13 - Applying the Meanings
adapt
adapted
adaptation
adaptation
Whales were once land animals but _________ well to life in t…
The students _________ a coat hanger for use as a radio anten…
_________ to a full school day takes a while for some first g…
My Fair Lady is an _________ of the play Pygmalion by George…
adapt
Whales were once land animals but _________ well to life in t…
adapted
The students _________ a coat hanger for use as a radio anten…
44 terms
Wordly Wise 8, lesson 6 - Applying the Meanings
anarchy
apprehended
apprehended
arraigned
Government officials fled, leaving the country in a state of…
John Brown was ______________when he tried to confiscate guns…
When contact with the space shuttle Columbia was lost on Febr…
Lee Harvey Oswald had barely been _____________for the assass…
anarchy
Government officials fled, leaving the country in a state of…
apprehended
John Brown was ______________when he tried to confiscate guns…
46 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 12 - Applying the Meanings
The captain gave the order to ________…
The trapped miners refused to _______…
The city had to _______ its plan for l…
France and Germany were _________ in t…
abandon
abandon
abandon
adversaries
The captain gave the order to ________…
abandon
The trapped miners refused to _______…
abandon
46 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 12 - Applying the Meanings
The captain gave the order to ________…
The trapped miners refused to _______…
The city had to _______ its plan for l…
France and Germany were _________ in t…
abandon
abandon
abandon
adversaries
The captain gave the order to ________…
abandon
The trapped miners refused to _______…
abandon
44 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 4 - Applying the Meanings
aloft
attain
attained
buffet
A strong breeze kept the kites _____________.
Redwood trees ____________heights over 300 feet.
The library ____________its lofty goal of raising ten thousan…
This splendid antique ___________contains a valuable collecti…
aloft
A strong breeze kept the kites _____________.
attain
Redwood trees ____________heights over 300 feet.
46 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 12 - Applying the Meanings
The captain gave the order to ________…
The trapped miners refused to _______…
The city had to _______ its plan for l…
France and Germany were _________ in t…
abandon
abandon
abandon
adversaries
The captain gave the order to ________…
abandon
The trapped miners refused to _______…
abandon
52 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 2 - Applying the Meanings
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
Customers plan to ________________that store if it continues…
The fans called off their _______________when the teams agree…
arrogant
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
arrogance
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
52 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 7 - Applying the Meanings
brawl
brawl
casual
casual
A _______ broke out when one of the workers accused another o…
Players who _______ during the game are fined.
Several friends got together for a ________ meeting after the…
I have a ________ job doing errands for my uncle when he need…
brawl
A _______ broke out when one of the workers accused another o…
brawl
Players who _______ during the game are fined.
47 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 8 - Applying the Meanings
accompany
accompanies
captive
captives
The pianist offered to _____________ the singer.
Thunder often ________________ lightening.
The hospital patients provided a ___________ audience for the…
The ___________ were closely guarded.
accompany
The pianist offered to _____________ the singer.
accompanies
Thunder often ________________ lightening.
49 terms
Wordly Wise 6 Lesson 1 Applying Meanings
affectionate
appealed
appeal
appeal
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
This very funny movie will ____________to children of all ages.
The letter contained an ____________for money to provide shel…
affectionate
My cousin took my hand and gave it an _________________squeeze.
appealed
Three students ______________for more time to finish the work.
42 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 10 - Applying the Meanings
anticipated
anticipated
bankrupt
bankrupt
We ____________ having a good time at the party.
The speaker ____________ their questions by explaining the pl…
The store owner was __________ after the business failed.
The opposition party was ____________ of ideas and received f…
anticipated
We ____________ having a good time at the party.
anticipated
The speaker ____________ their questions by explaining the pl…
44 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 3 - Applying the Meanings
abundant
abundance
arid
distinct
If good weather continues, farmers can expect an ____________…
Natural gas supplies an _______________of power to the entire…
Much of North Africa is _____________land.
Apples come in over two thousand _____________varieties.
abundant
If good weather continues, farmers can expect an ____________…
abundance
Natural gas supplies an _______________of power to the entire…
45 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
antics
attire
attired
captivated
The _____________of the clown made the crowd roar with laught…
One often needs special ___________to be in a wedding party.
The designer ______________the models in shirts and trousers…
The cast's superby acting ________________the audience.
antics
The _____________of the clown made the crowd roar with laught…
attire
One often needs special ___________to be in a wedding party.
53 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 11 - Applying the Meanings
abbreviated
abbreviation
appropriate
appropriates
Main Street can be ___________ to Main St.
Mr. Smith is the accepted _________ for Mister Smith.
Tennis shoes are not _________ footwear for hiking.
Congress __________ money for various programs.
abbreviated
Main Street can be ___________ to Main St.
abbreviation
Mr. Smith is the accepted _________ for Mister Smith.
31 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 9 - Applying the Meanings
accumulated
aggravated
aggravates
aggravation
An inch of snow ______________ overnight.
The skater ______________ an old knee injury when she fell.
That loud rock music from the club ________________ the neigh…
My ______________ increased as the noisy construction continu…
accumulated
An inch of snow ______________ overnight.
aggravated
The skater ______________ an old knee injury when she fell.
55 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 13 - Applying the Meanings
adapt
adapted
adaptation
adaptation
Whales were once land animals but _________ well to life in t…
The students _________ a coat hanger for use as a radio anten…
_________ to a full school day takes a while for some first g…
My Fair Lady is an _________ of the play Pygmalion by George…
adapt
Whales were once land animals but _________ well to life in t…
adapted
The students _________ a coat hanger for use as a radio anten…
55 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 13 - Applying the Meanings
adapt
adapted
adaptation
adaptation
Whales were once land animals but _________ well to life in t…
The students _________ a coat hanger for use as a radio anten…
_________ to a full school day takes a while for some first g…
My Fair Lady is an _________ of the play Pygmalion by George…
adapt
Whales were once land animals but _________ well to life in t…
adapted
The students _________ a coat hanger for use as a radio anten…
52 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 2 - Applying the Meanings
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
Customers plan to ________________that store if it continues…
The fans called off their _______________when the teams agree…
arrogant
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
arrogance
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
44 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 6 - Applying the Meanings
anarchy
apprehended
apprehended
arraigned
Government officials fled, leaving the country in a state of…
John Brown was ______________when he tried to confiscate guns…
When contact with the space shuttle Columbia was lost on Febr…
Lee Harvey Oswald had barely been _____________for the assass…
anarchy
Government officials fled, leaving the country in a state of…
apprehended
John Brown was ______________when he tried to confiscate guns…
52 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 7 - Applying the Meanings
brawl
brawl
casual
casual
A _______ broke out when one of the workers accused another o…
Players who _______ during the game are fined.
Several friends got together for a ________ meeting after the…
I have a ________ job doing errands for my uncle when he need…
brawl
A _______ broke out when one of the workers accused another o…
brawl
Players who _______ during the game are fined.
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 9 - Applying the Meanings
accumulated
aggravated
aggravates
aggravation
An inch of snow ______________ overnight.
The skater ______________ an old knee injury when she fell.
That loud rock music from the club ________________ the neigh…
My ______________ increased as the noisy construction continu…
accumulated
An inch of snow ______________ overnight.
aggravated
The skater ______________ an old knee injury when she fell.
44 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 3 Applying the Meaning
abundant
abundance
arid
distinct
If good weather continues, farmers can expect an ____________…
Natural gas supplies an _______________of power to the entire…
Much of North Africa is _____________land.
Apples come in over two thousand _____________varieties.
abundant
If good weather continues, farmers can expect an ____________…
abundance
Natural gas supplies an _______________of power to the entire…
9 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8, Lesson 6 - Applying the Meanings definition
To interrogate someone is to
To swelter is to
Anarchy is
A calamity is
question that person closely.
be uncomfortably hot.
a total absence of government.
an event that causes great suffering.
To interrogate someone is to
question that person closely.
To swelter is to
be uncomfortably hot.
25 terms
Wordly Wise 3000-Book 6-Lesson 12-Applying the Meanings
abandon
abandon
abandon
adversaries
The captain gave the order to _________ the ship when it bega…
The trapped miners refused to __________ hope of rescue.
The city had to __________ its plan for low-income housing be…
France and Germany were ________ in two world wars but now en…
abandon
The captain gave the order to _________ the ship when it bega…
abandon
The trapped miners refused to __________ hope of rescue.
52 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 2 - Applying the Meanings
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
Customers plan to ________________that store if it continues…
The fans called off their _______________when the teams agree…
arrogant
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
arrogance
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
15 terms
PDA Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 4 - Applying the Meanings
aloft
attained
buffet
eluded
A strong breeze kept the kites _____________.
The library ____________its lofty goal of raising ten thousan…
The abundance of food at the _________allowed people to go ba…
The mouse ____________the cat by slipping through a crack in…
aloft
A strong breeze kept the kites _____________.
attained
The library ____________its lofty goal of raising ten thousan…
48 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 11 - Applying the Meanings
abbreviated
abbreviation
appropriate
appropriates
Main Street can be ___________ to Main St.
Mr. Smith is the accepted _________ for Mister Smith.
Tennis shoes are not _________ footwear for hiking.
Congress __________ money for various programs.
abbreviated
Main Street can be ___________ to Main St.
abbreviation
Mr. Smith is the accepted _________ for Mister Smith.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 6
apparel
appreciate
continuous
dissolve
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of. ... 2.To increase in value.
adj. Going on without stopping.
v. 1. To make or become liquid. ... 2. To bring or to come to an…
apparel
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
appreciate
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of. ... 2.To increase in value.
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 6
abolish
agony
catapult
character
v. to bring to an end; to do away wit
n. great pain of mind or body; suffering... adj. painful
n. a machine used in ancient wars that threw objects with gre…
n. the qualities that make a person or place different or spe…
abolish
v. to bring to an end; to do away wit
agony
n. great pain of mind or body; suffering... adj. painful
15 terms
Wordly Wise 8.6
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
To bring before a court to face charges
(v.) to absorb fully or make one's own; to adopt as one's own…
anarchy
(n) a lack of government and law; confusion
apprehend
1. (v.) to seize, arrest; (v.) to perceive, understand, grasp
14 terms
Wordly Wise 7.6
addict
aspire
bias
blatant
A physiological or psychological dependence on a drug or othe…
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
A prejudiced view (either for or against); a preference
Very obvious
addict
A physiological or psychological dependence on a drug or othe…
aspire
(v.) to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher…
Wordly Wise 6.1
affection
appeal
clasp
conspicuous
a fond or tender feeling
to make an earnest request; to ask
to grasp or hold tightly
easily or plainly seen
affection
a fond or tender feeling
appeal
to make an earnest request; to ask
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 7
brawl
casual
constant
excel
n. A rough, noisy fight.... v. To fight noisily.
adj. 1. Not planned.... 2. Not regular; occasional.... 3. Suitable…
adj. 1. Not changing.... 2. Loyal; faithful.... 3. Without a pause;…
v. To do well; to be better or greater than others.
brawl
n. A rough, noisy fight.... v. To fight noisily.
casual
adj. 1. Not planned.... 2. Not regular; occasional.... 3. Suitable…
45 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 5 - Applying the Meanings
antics
attire
attired
captivated
The _____________of the clown made the crowd roar with laught…
One often needs special ___________to be in a wedding party.
The designer ______________the models in shirts and trousers…
The cast's superb acting ________________(greatly pleased) th…
antics
The _____________of the clown made the crowd roar with laught…
attire
One often needs special ___________to be in a wedding party.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 9
accumulate
aggravate
conserve
contaminate
v. To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or g…
v. 1. To make worse.... 2. To anger or annoy.
v. To save by using carefully.
v. To harm by contact with something undesirable.
accumulate
v. To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or g…
aggravate
v. 1. To make worse.... 2. To anger or annoy.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 4
aloft
attain
buffet
elude
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.... 2. To achieve.
n. 1. A piece of furniture with drawers and shelves for the d…
v. 1. To escape by being quick or clever.
aloft
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
attain
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.... 2. To achieve.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 10
anticipate
bankrupt
brief
brisk
v. 1. to look forward to; to expect... 2. to be aware of and to…
adj. 1. unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing…
adj. short; not long-lasting... v. to give a short explanation o…
adj. 1. quick; active... 2. stimulating, refreshing
anticipate
v. 1. to look forward to; to expect... 2. to be aware of and to…
bankrupt
adj. 1. unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing…
53 terms
SPS Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 9 - Applying the Meanings
accumulated
aggravated
aggravates
aggravation
An inch of snow ______________ overnight.
The skater ______________ an old knee injury when she fell.
That loud rock music from the club ________________ the neigh…
My ______________ increased as the noisy construction continu…
accumulated
An inch of snow ______________ overnight.
aggravated
The skater ______________ an old knee injury when she fell.
Wordly Wise 6:6
apparel
appreciate
appreciate
continuous
the things that are worn by a person; clothing
to see the worth or quality of
to increase in value
going on without stopping
apparel
the things that are worn by a person; clothing
appreciate
to see the worth or quality of
52 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 2 - Applying the Meanings
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
Customers plan to ________________that store if it continues…
The fans called off their _______________when the teams agree…
arrogant
You were ______________to claim that you knew all the answers.
arrogance
Declaring that you are sure to win is another example of your…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 13
adapt
deplete
efficient
fatigue
v. 1. to change, to fit new conditions.... 2. to make changes; t…
v. to use up
adj. producing results without waste
n. a feeling of tiredness from work or exercise... v. to make or…
adapt
v. 1. to change, to fit new conditions.... 2. to make changes; t…
deplete
v. to use up
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 14
benevolent
consent
discreet
engross
adj. Wanting to do good; kind.
v. To agree; to allow to happen.... n. Permission; approval.
adj. Showing care or wisdom in what one says or does.
v. To take up one's complete attention.
benevolent
adj. Wanting to do good; kind.
consent
v. To agree; to allow to happen.... n. Permission; approval.
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