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31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 2
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
v. To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
n. The act of boycotting.
arrogant
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
arrogance
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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…
31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 2
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
v. To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
n. The act of boycotting.
arrogant
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
arrogance
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 2
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
v. To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
n. The act of boycotting.
arrogant
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
arrogance
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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…
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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…
31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 2
arrogant
arrogance
boycott
boycott
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
v. To join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
n. The act of boycotting.
arrogant
adj. Showing too much pride in oneself.
arrogance
n. A feeling of too much pride in oneself.
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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…
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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…
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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…
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 20
bluster
council
dwell
exterminate
to talk in a loud and bullying manner.
a group of people who meet to decide or plan something, give…
to live or reside
to kill or destroy completely
bluster
to talk in a loud and bullying manner.
council
a group of people who meet to decide or plan something, give…
21 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 15
analyze
analysis
apprehensive
apprehension
v. to break down into separate parts in order to study
n. an examination of the whole in order to examine its variou…
adj. worried or uneasy about that might happen
n. worry about what might happen; dread
analyze
v. to break down into separate parts in order to study
analysis
n. an examination of the whole in order to examine its variou…
55 terms
GACS lclab English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 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…
31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 9
accumulate
aggravate
aggravate
aggravation
v. To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or g…
v. 1. To make worse.
v. 2. To anger or annoy.
n. 1. Annoyance; exasperation.
accumulate
v. To increase in number or amount; to pile up, collect, or g…
aggravate
v. 1. To make worse.
33 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1
affection
affectionate
appeal
appeal
n. A fond or tender feeling.
adj. Gentle and loving.
v. 1. To make an earnest request; to ask.
v. 2. To be of interest to; to be attractive to.
affection
n. A fond or tender feeling.
affectionate
adj. Gentle and loving.
25 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 12
abandon
abandon
abandon
adversary
v. to give up by leaving in time of danger
v. to lose or give up completely
v. to withdraw help or support from one in need
n. an enemy or opponent
abandon
v. to give up by leaving in time of danger
abandon
v. to lose or give up completely
28 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 16
awe
awe
awesome
catastrophe
n. a feeling of fear or nervous wonder and respect
v. to fill with awe
adj. causing feelings of awe
n. something that causes great loss and suffering; a terrible…
awe
n. a feeling of fear or nervous wonder and respect
awe
v. to fill with awe
34 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 6
apparel
appreciate
appreciate
continuous
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
v. 2. To increase in value.
adj. Going on without stopping.
apparel
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
appreciate
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
33 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 13
adapt
adapt
adaptation
adaptation
v. to change to fit new conditions
v. to make changes in something to make it useful
n. a changing to fit new conditions
n. something that is changed from something else
adapt
v. to change to fit new conditions
adapt
v. to make changes in something to make it useful
26 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 20
bluster
bluster
blustering
council
v. to talk in a loud and bullying manner.
n. loud, boastful or threatening talk or commotion
adj. blowing loudly and violently
n. a group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
bluster
v. to talk in a loud and bullying manner.
bluster
n. loud, boastful or threatening talk or commotion
31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 11
abbreviate
abbreviation
appropriate
appropriate
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
n. The result of abbreviating.
adj. Suitable or right for the purpose.
v. To set aside for a particular purpose.
abbreviate
v. To shorten by leaving out certain parts.
abbreviation
n. The result of abbreviating.
34 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 6
apparel
appreciate
appreciate
continuous
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
v. 2. To increase in value.
adj. Going on without stopping.
apparel
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
appreciate
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
52 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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.
28 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 8
accompany
accompany
beneficial
captive
v. 1. To go along with; to be together.
v. 2. To play a musical instrument for or with.
adj. Being of use; helpful; favorable.
n. One that is held prisoner.
accompany
v. 1. To go along with; to be together.
accompany
v. 2. To play a musical instrument for or with.
34 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 6
apparel
appreciate
appreciate
continuous
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
v. 2. To increase in value.
adj. Going on without stopping.
apparel
n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
appreciate
v. 1. To see the worth or quality of.
34 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 19
breach
breach
breach
breach
n. an opening made by battering
n. a breaking or being broken
v. to break through
v. to fail to keep; to break
breach
n. an opening made by battering
breach
n. a breaking or being broken
31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 14
benevolent
consent
consent
discreet
adj. wanting to do good; kind
v. to agree; to allow to happen
n. permission; approval
adj. showing care of wisdom in what one says or does
benevolent
adj. wanting to do good; kind
consent
v. to agree; to allow to happen
28 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 17
corrode
corrosion
debris
debris
v. to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
n. the process or the result of corroding
n. broken, scattered remains
n. litter; rubbish
corrode
v. to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
corrosion
n. the process or the result of corroding
27 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 18
abroad
anguish
anguish
commence
adv. away from one's own country
n. extreme pain of the body or mind
v. to suffer extreme doubts or uncertainties
v. to start; to begin
abroad
adv. away from one's own country
anguish
n. extreme pain of the body or mind
25 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 5
antic
attire
attire
captivate
n. A playful or funny act
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
v. To dress up or be dressed up.
v. To please greatly; to win over by special charm.
antic
n. A playful or funny act
attire
n. Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes
48 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 18 - Applying the Meanings
abroad
anguish
anguished
commences
Exaggeration adds to the humor of Mark Twain's accounts of hi…
The captives' _____________ is expressed eloquently in the po…
Jess ________________over whether to tell Bob that she had se…
The school year _______________on September 9.
abroad
Exaggeration adds to the humor of Mark Twain's accounts of hi…
anguish
The captives' _____________ is expressed eloquently in the po…
32 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 7
brawl
brawl
casual
casual
n. A rough, noisy fight.
v. To fight noisily.
adj. 1. Not planned.
adj. 2. Not regular; occasional.
brawl
n. A rough, noisy fight.
brawl
v. To fight noisily.
35 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 10
anticipate
anticipate
bankrupt
bankrupt
v. 1. To look forward to; to expect.
v. 2. To be aware of and to provide for beforehand.
adj. 1. Unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing…
adj. 2. Left without any worth or value.
anticipate
v. 1. To look forward to; to expect.
anticipate
v. 2. To be aware of and to provide for beforehand.
32 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 15
analyze
analysis
apprehensive
apprehension
v. to break down into separate parts in order to study
n. an examination of the whole in order to examine its variou…
adj. worried or uneasy about that might happen
n. worry about what might happen; dread
analyze
v. to break down into separate parts in order to study
analysis
n. an examination of the whole in order to examine its variou…
23 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 4
aloft
attain
attain
buffet
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.
v. 2. To achieve.
n. 1. A piece of furniture with drawers and shelves for the d…
aloft
adv. Up in the air, especially in flight.
attain
v. 1. To reach; to arrive at.
47 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 16 - Applying the Meanings
awe
awed
awesome
catastrophe
The view of the earth from space filled the astronauts with _…
The immensity of the whale breaking the surface ____________t…
The herd of stampeding buffalo was an ____________sight.
The earthquake was a __________that claimed thousands of vict…
awe
The view of the earth from space filled the astronauts with _…
awed
The immensity of the whale breaking the surface ____________t…
24 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 3
abundant
abundance
arid
distinct
adj. More than enough; plentiful.
n. A great amount.
adj. Having little or no rainfall; very dry.
adj. 1. Not the same; different or separate.
abundant
adj. More than enough; plentiful.
abundance
n. A great amount.
44 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 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
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 20 - Applying the Meanings
blustered
bluster
blustering
council
"It's none of your business," he _____________ when asked why…
They can talk tough, but their ___________doesn't scare me.
The ______________winds buffeted the ferry as it crossed the…
Members of the town _____________are elected for a two-year t…
blustered
"It's none of your business," he _____________ when asked why…
bluster
They can talk tough, but their ___________doesn't scare me.
44 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 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…
47 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 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.
50 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 1 - Applying the 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.
22 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 13
adapt
adaptation
deplete
efficient
v. to change to fit new conditions... v. to make changes in some…
n. a changing to fit new conditions... n. something that is chan…
v. to use up
adj. producing results without waste
adapt
v. to change to fit new conditions... v. to make changes in some…
adaptation
n. a changing to fit new conditions... n. something that is chan…
15 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 19
breach
clammy
construct
elaborate
n. an opening made by battering
adj. cold and damp
v. to build; to make by fitting the parts together
adj. having great detail; done with much care
breach
n. an opening made by battering
clammy
adj. cold and damp
45 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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 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.
31 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 14
benevolent
consent
consent
discreet
adj. wanting to do good; kind
v. to agree; to allow to happen
n. permission; approval
adj. showing care of wisdom in what one says or does
benevolent
adj. wanting to do good; kind
consent
v. to agree; to allow to happen
53 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 19 - Applying the Meanings (practice from the workbook)
breach
breach
breached
breaches
Water poured through the ____________in the dam.
Your attempts to manipulate your roommate are what caused the…
The eager spectators _______________the barriers along the pa…
Not making payments on time ________the agreement you made.
breach
Water poured through the ____________in the dam.
breach
Your attempts to manipulate your roommate are what caused the…
GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 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.
53 terms
GACS lclab - English 6 - 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.
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