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15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 17
corrode
debris
elation
exploit
to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
litter; rubbish
a feeling of great joy and excitement
to use in a selfish way; to take unfair advantage of
corrode
to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
debris
litter; rubbish
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4 Lesson 17
address
approve,approval
conclude,conclusion
deprive
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
1.v.to bring or come to an end 2.to form an opinion 3.n.the e…
1.v.to keep from having,to take away from
address
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
approve,approval
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 5 Lesson 17
afflict
barren
consist
drought
To bring or cause pain and suffering.
not fruitful; not reproducing
To be made up; to contain
a long period without rain
afflict
To bring or cause pain and suffering.
barren
not fruitful; not reproducing
Wordly wise 3000 book 12 lesson 17
Abnegate
Ancillary
Badinage
Bedizen
V. 1. To give up as a right or claim.... 2. To deny or renounce.
Adj. Subordinate; less important.
N. Light, playful conversation; banter.
V. To dress or decorate in a showy or gaudy fashion.
Abnegate
V. 1. To give up as a right or claim.... 2. To deny or renounce.
Ancillary
Adj. Subordinate; less important.
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 8, Lesson 17
accord (n)-a formal or official agreem…
affirm (v)-to declare positively... The…
bequeath (v)-to pass on the others... (t…
citadel (n)-a fortress on a hill... On t…
accord (n)... The two companies were able to reach an _______.…
affirm (v)... The lady ________ that she is innocent.
bequeath (v)... Plato, a famous philosopher, once stated that r…
citadel (n)... On top of the hill is a _______ that was once us…
accord (n)-a formal or official agreem…
accord (n)... The two companies were able to reach an _______.…
affirm (v)-to declare positively... The…
affirm (v)... The lady ________ that she is innocent.
30 terms
Wordly Wise 3000: Book 7, Lesson 17
appoint
appoint
appointment
appointment
to choose for an office or position
to set or decide upon
the act of appointing or being appointed
an arrangement or agreement to meet
appoint
to choose for an office or position
appoint
to set or decide upon
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4 Lesson 17
address
approve,approval
conclude,conclusion
deprive
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
1.v.to bring or come to an end 2.to form an opinion 3.n.the e…
1.v.to keep from having,to take away from
address
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
approve,approval
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
15 terms
Lesson 17 Wordly Wise 3000 Book 8
accord (n)-a formal or official agreem…
affirm (v)-to declare positively... The…
bequeath (v)-to pass on the others... (t…
citadel (n)-a fortress on a hill... On t…
accord (n)... The two companies were able to reach an _______.…
affirm (v)... The lady ________ that she is innocent.
bequeath (v)... Plato, a famous philosopher, once stated that r…
citadel (n)... On top of the hill is a _______ that was once us…
accord (n)-a formal or official agreem…
accord (n)... The two companies were able to reach an _______.…
affirm (v)-to declare positively... The…
affirm (v)... The lady ________ that she is innocent.
32 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 4, Lesson 17
address (v 1.)
address (v 2.)
address (n 1.)
address (n 2.)
To direct one's words to
To apply oneself to something
A written or spoken speech
The place where someone lives or receives mail
address (v 1.)
To direct one's words to
address (v 2.)
To apply oneself to something
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4, Lesson 17
address
approve
conclude
deprive
v. 1. to direct one's words to. 2. to apply oneself to someth…
v. to think well of; to agree to... n. thinking well of; agreein…
v. 1. to bring or come to an end. 2. to form an opinion... -sion…
v. to keep from having; to take away from
address
v. 1. to direct one's words to. 2. to apply oneself to someth…
approve
v. to think well of; to agree to... n. thinking well of; agreein…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 17
corrode
debris
elation
exploit
to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
litter; rubbish
a feeling of great joy and excitement
to use in a selfish way; to take unfair advantage of
corrode
to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
debris
litter; rubbish
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 5 Lesson 17
afflict
barren
consist
drought
To bring or cause pain and suffering.
not fruitful; not reproducing
To be made up; to contain
a long period without rain
afflict
To bring or cause pain and suffering.
barren
not fruitful; not reproducing
30 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 17
Appoint
Appoint
Appointment
Appointment
v. To choose for an office or position
v. To set or decide upon
n. The act of appointing or being appointed
n. An arrangement or agreement to meet
Appoint
v. To choose for an office or position
Appoint
v. To set or decide upon
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 9 Lesson 17
blight
cite
clemency
eccentric
n. any disease that damages plants. Something that harms or d…
v. to mention or quote as an example or authority. To mention…
n. mercy shown in punishing or judging someone.
adj. departing from accepted or normal behavior; odd. n. one…
blight
n. any disease that damages plants. Something that harms or d…
cite
v. to mention or quote as an example or authority. To mention…
15 terms
wordly wise 3000 book 4 lesson 17
address
approve
conclude
deprive
To direct one's words to.
To think well of; to agree to.
To bring or come to an end.
To keep from having; to take away from.
address
To direct one's words to.
approve
To think well of; to agree to.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10 Lesson 17
aggregate
allocate
augur
bastion
n. A group of things gathered in to a whole; sum total.... adj.…
v. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
v. 1. To predict future events, especially from omens.... 2. To…
n. 1. A fortified area or position; a person, place, or thing…
aggregate
n. A group of things gathered in to a whole; sum total.... adj.…
allocate
v. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
12 terms
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4 Lesson 17
address
approve
conclude
elder
to write your address
to agree
to come to an end
a person who is older
address
to write your address
approve
to agree
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 (3rd Edition) - Book 4 - Lesson 17
address
approve,approval
conclude,conclusion
deprive
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
1.v.to bring or come to an end 2.to form an opinion 3.n.the e…
1.v.to keep from having,to take away from
address
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
approve,approval
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - lesson 17 book 7
appoint
assent
concur
consult
v. 1. To choose for an office or position.... 2. To set or deci…
v. To give one's consent; to agree.... n. An act of agreeing or…
v. To be in agreement.
v. 1. To seek information or advice.... 2. To talk things over…
appoint
v. 1. To choose for an office or position.... 2. To set or deci…
assent
v. To give one's consent; to agree.... n. An act of agreeing or…
26 terms
WordlyWise3000 Book 5: Lesson 17
to afflict (v)
affliction (n)
barren (adj)
to consist (v)
(of a problem or illness) to bring or cause pain and suffering
something that causes pain, suffering, or trouble
not fruitful; not reproducing
to be composed or made up of; to contain an essential feature
to afflict (v)
(of a problem or illness) to bring or cause pain and suffering
affliction (n)
something that causes pain, suffering, or trouble
30 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 (3rd Edition) - Book 7 - Lesson 17
Appoint
Appoint
Appointment
Appointment
To choose for an office or position
To set or decide upon
The act of appointing or being appointed
An arrangement or agreement to meet
Appoint
To choose for an office or position
Appoint
To set or decide upon
19 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 11 Lesson 17
autocratic
autocrat
autocracy
caustic
adj. exercising sole or complete control; dictatorial
n. one who exercises total control; a domineering person
n. absolute rule by a single person
adj. 1. capable of destroying tissue by chemical action; corr…
autocratic
adj. exercising sole or complete control; dictatorial
autocrat
n. one who exercises total control; a domineering person
15 terms
wordly wise 3000 book 5 lesson 17
afflict
barren
consist
drought
To bring or cause pain and suffering.
not fruitful; not reproducing
To be made up; to contain
a long period without rain
afflict
To bring or cause pain and suffering.
barren
not fruitful; not reproducing
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 book 10 lesson 17
Aggregate
Allocate
Augur
Bastion
N. A group of things gathered into a whole; sum total.... Adj. C…
V. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
V. 1. To predict future events, especially from omens.... 2. To…
N. 1. A fortified area or position; a person, place, or thing…
Aggregate
N. A group of things gathered into a whole; sum total.... Adj. C…
Allocate
V. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 7 Lesson 17
appoint
appoint
appointment
appointment
v. To choose for an office or position
v. To set or decide upon
n. The act of appointing or being appointed
n. An arrangement or agreement to meet
appoint
v. To choose for an office or position
appoint
v. To set or decide upon
21 terms
WordlyWise3000 Book 10: Lesson 17
aggregate (n)
aggregate (adj)
to aggregate (v)
to allocate (v)
a group of things gathered into a whole; sum total
calculated by combining units or items
to group together
to set aside for a specific purpose; to allot
aggregate (n)
a group of things gathered into a whole; sum total
aggregate (adj)
calculated by combining units or items
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 9 Lesson 17
blight
cite
clemency
eccentric
n. any disease that damages plants. Something that harms or d…
v. to mention or quote as an example or authority. To mention…
n. mercy shown in punishing or judging someone.
adj. departing from accepted or normal behavior; odd. n. one…
blight
n. any disease that damages plants. Something that harms or d…
cite
v. to mention or quote as an example or authority. To mention…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 1 Lesson 17
Address
approve
conclude
deprive
1. v. to direct one's words to 2. v. to apply oneself to some…
To think well of; to agree on
to bring or come to an end; to form an opinion
to keep from having; to take away from
Address
1. v. to direct one's words to 2. v. to apply oneself to some…
approve
To think well of; to agree on
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4 Lesson 17
address
approve,approval
conclude,conclusion
deprive
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
1.v.to bring or come to an end 2.to form an opinion 3.n.the e…
1.v.to keep from having,to take away from
address
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
approve,approval
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
31 terms
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4, Lesson 17
address
approve
conclude
deprive
to direct one's words to
to think well of, to agree
to bring or come to an end
to keep from having, to take away from
address
to direct one's words to
approve
to think well of, to agree
Wordly wise 3000 book 9 lesson 17
Blight
Cite
Clemency
Eccentric
N. 1. Any disease that damages plants.... 2. Something that harm…
V. 1. To mention or quote as an example or authority.... 2. To m…
N. Mercy shown in punishing or judging someone.
Adj. Departing from accepted or normal behavior; odd.... N. One…
Blight
N. 1. Any disease that damages plants.... 2. Something that harm…
Cite
V. 1. To mention or quote as an example or authority.... 2. To m…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10 Lesson 17
aggregate
allocate
augur
bastion
n. A group of things gathered in to a whole; sum total.... adj.…
v. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
v. 1. To predict future events, especially from omens.... 2. To…
n. 1. A fortified area or position; a person, place, or thing…
aggregate
n. A group of things gathered in to a whole; sum total.... adj.…
allocate
v. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
16 terms
Wordly wise 3000 book 10 lesson 17
Aggregate
Allocate
Augur
Bastion
N. A group of things gathered into a whole; sum total.... Adj. C…
V. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
V. 1. To predict future events, especially from omens.... 2. To…
N. 1. A fortified area or position; a person, place, or thing…
Aggregate
N. A group of things gathered into a whole; sum total.... Adj. C…
Allocate
V. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10: Lesson 17
Aggregate
Allocate
Augur
Bastion
A group of things gathered into a whole; sum total.
1) To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2) To distr…
To predict future events, especially from omens.
1) A fortified area or position; a person, place, or thing th…
Aggregate
A group of things gathered into a whole; sum total.
Allocate
1) To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2) To distr…
18 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 8 Lesson 17
accord (noun)
affirm (verb)
bequeath (verb)
bequest (noun)
A feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement.
To declare positively.
v. 1.To pass onto others. ... 2. To leave to another in one's wi…
something bequeathed; a legacy
accord (noun)
A feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement.
affirm (verb)
To declare positively.
29 terms
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
30 terms
Wordly Wise 3000, book 7, lesson 17
appoint (v.)
appoint (v.)
appointment (n.)
appointment (n.)
To choose for an office or position.
To set or decide upon.
The act of appointing or being appointed.
An arrangement or agreement to meet.
appoint (v.)
To choose for an office or position.
appoint (v.)
To set or decide upon.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 11 Lesson 17
autocratic
caustic
debilitate
duplicitous
adj. Exercising sole or complete control; dictatorial.... autocr…
adj. 1. Capable of destroying tissue by chemical action; corr…
v. To impair the strength of; to enfeeble.
adj. Marked by deception.... duplicity n. Deceit in speech or ac…
autocratic
adj. Exercising sole or complete control; dictatorial.... autocr…
caustic
adj. 1. Capable of destroying tissue by chemical action; corr…
17 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 9 Lesson 17
blight (noun)
blight (verb)
cite (verb)
clemency (noun)
1. any disease that damages plants. ... 2. Something that harms…
to do harm to.
1. to mention or quote as an example or authority. ... 2. To men…
mercy shown in punishing or judging someone.
blight (noun)
1. any disease that damages plants. ... 2. Something that harms…
blight (verb)
to do harm to.
30 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 17
Appoint
Appoint
Appointment
Appointment
v. To choose for an office or position
v. To set or decide upon
n. The act of appointing or being appointed
n. An arrangement or agreement to meet
Appoint
v. To choose for an office or position
Appoint
v. To set or decide upon
Wordly Wise 3000, Book 4 Lesson 17
address
approve,approval
conclude,conclusion
deprive
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
1.v.to bring or come to an end 2.to form an opinion 3.n.the e…
1.v.to keep from having,to take away from
address
1.v.to direct one's words to 2.to apply oneself to 3.n.a writ…
approve,approval
1.v.to think well of,to agree to 2.thinking well of,agreeing to
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 5 Lesson17
accord
affirm
bequeath
citadel
n. a feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement.
v. to declare positively.
v. to pass on to others. to leave to another in one's will.
n. a fortress on a hill; a stronghold.
accord
n. a feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement.
affirm
v. to declare positively.
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 17
corrode
debris
elation
exploit
to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
litter; rubbish
a feeling of great joy and excitement
to use in a selfish way; to take unfair advantage of
corrode
to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action
debris
litter; rubbish
Wordly Wise 3000 : Book 7, Lesson 17
Appoint
Assent
Concur
Consult
To choose for an office or position.... To set or decide upon.
To give one's consent.... To agree.... An act of agreeing or accept…
To be in agreement.
To seek information or advice.... To talk things over in order t…
Appoint
To choose for an office or position.... To set or decide upon.
Assent
To give one's consent.... To agree.... An act of agreeing or accept…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 10 Lesson 17
aggregate
allocate
augur
bastion
n. A group of things gathered in to a whole; sum total.... adj.…
v. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
v. 1. To predict future events, especially from omens.... 2. To…
n. 1. A fortified area or position; a person, place, or thing…
aggregate
n. A group of things gathered in to a whole; sum total.... adj.…
allocate
v. 1. To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot.... 2. To di…
21 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 8 - Lesson 17
accord
affirm
bequeath
bequeath
n. a feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement
v. to declare positively
v. to pass on to others
v. to leave to another in one's will
accord
n. a feeling of agreement or harmony; a formal agreement
affirm
v. to declare positively
30 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 7, Lesson 17
Appoint
Appoint
Appointment
Appointment
v. To choose for an office or position
v. To set or decide upon
n. The act of appointing or being appointed
n. An arrangement or agreement to meet
Appoint
v. To choose for an office or position
Appoint
v. To set or decide upon
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 7 Lesson 17
appoint
assent
concur
consult
to set or decide upon
to agree
to be in agreement
to seek information or advice
appoint
to set or decide upon
assent
to agree
15 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 9 Lesson 17
blight
cite
clemency
eccentric
any disease that damages plants. Something that harms or dest…
to mention or quote as an example or authority... to mention for…
mercy shown in punishing or judging someone.
departing from accepted or normal behavior; odd.... one who beha…
blight
any disease that damages plants. Something that harms or dest…
cite
to mention or quote as an example or authority... to mention for…
21 terms
WordlyWise3000 Book 10: Lesson 17
aggregate (n)
aggregate (adj)
to aggregate (v)
to allocate (v)
a group of things gathered into a whole; sum total
calculated by combining units or items
to group together
to set aside for a specific purpose; to allot
aggregate (n)
a group of things gathered into a whole; sum total
aggregate (adj)
calculated by combining units or items
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