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Language Arts Wordly Wise #2
Abrasion
Clad
Corroborate
Cursory
The wearing away by friction
Clothed or Covered
To provide evidence to make more certain
Done in a hurry, with little detail
Abrasion
The wearing away by friction
Clad
Clothed or Covered
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language Arts Wordly Wise 1
Abate
Acknowledge
Agent
Authority
to become weaker,to decrease
to admit the existence of
a person who acts or does business for another
the right to give orders
Abate
to become weaker,to decrease
Acknowledge
to admit the existence of
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Wordly Wise for Language Arts Exam
Aver
Import
Voluble
Divulge
To declare positively; to state as the truth
To make known; disclose; to bestow
Characterized by a read flow of words; talkative
To make known something secret; to reveal
Aver
To declare positively; to state as the truth
Import
To make known; disclose; to bestow
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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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English Language Arts Wordly Wise Lesson 2
arrogant
boycott
boycott
campaign
adj. showing to much pride in oneself
v. to join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
the act of boycotting
n. A series of actions intended to accomplish a goal. A serie…
arrogant
adj. showing to much pride in oneself
boycott
v. to join others in refusing to deal with a person or group.
15 terms
Language Arts Wordly Wise Lesson 5
Antic
Attire
Captivate
Deft
A playful or funny act
Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes... To dress up or…
To please greatly... To win over with special charm
Quick and sure... Skillful at handling
Antic
A playful or funny act
Attire
Clothes, especially fine and expensive clothes... To dress up or…
19 terms
Language arts wordly wise lesson 8
Acrid
Casualty
Congested
Congestion
adj. Sharp, irritating, or bitter told the sense of taste or…
n. a person killed or injured in a war or accident.
adj. 1. Overcrowded; filled too full.... 2. Filled with fluid
n. the condition of being overcrowded ... 2. The condition of be…
Acrid
adj. Sharp, irritating, or bitter told the sense of taste or…
Casualty
n. a person killed or injured in a war or accident.
137 terms
Language Arts Exam Wordly Wise Words
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
v. To bring before a court to face charges.
v. To absorb into a population. To take part and absorb into…
anarchy
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
apprehend
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
35 terms
Language Arts 7 Wordly Wise Study Guide
abate
devastate
impartial
precise
v. To become weaker, to decrease
v. To ruin or completely destroy
adj. Not favoring one side more than another; fair
adj. Exact; accurate
abate
v. To become weaker, to decrease
devastate
v. To ruin or completely destroy
50 terms
Wordly Wise terms Language Arts Final 7th
Blithe
Docile
Ponderous
Verge
Adj.... 1. Cheerful;carefree. 2. Not showing proper care;heedless.
Adj.... Well behaved;easy to handle.
Adj.... Heavy and slow moving
N.V. ... N.... An edge, border or brink... V. ... To come close to and e…
Blithe
Adj.... 1. Cheerful;carefree. 2. Not showing proper care;heedless.
Docile
Adj.... Well behaved;easy to handle.
15 terms
Language Arts Lesson 1: Wordly Wise Words
Avid
Brusque
Concise
Demean
Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed
Abrupt in manner or speech; gruff
Short and to the point
To cause a lowering of self-esteem; to lower in reputation or…
Avid
Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed
Brusque
Abrupt in manner or speech; gruff
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Wordly Wise Lesson 13 Language Arts
Adapt
Deplete
Efficient
Fatigue
To change to fit new conditions.
To use up.
Producing results without waste.
A feeling of tiredness from work or exercise.
Adapt
To change to fit new conditions.
Deplete
To use up.
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Language Arts Mid Term Wordly Wise
Proprietor
Rebuff
Clad
Corroborate
Owner of a buisness or store
To reject bluntly ... Drive back ... Abrupt set back in progress
Clothed or covered
To provide evidence to make more certain; to confirm
Proprietor
Owner of a buisness or store
Rebuff
To reject bluntly ... Drive back ... Abrupt set back in progress
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Language Arts Lesson 2 Wordly Wise Words
Abrasion
Clad
Corroborate
Cursory
1) A wearing away or rubbing away by friction.... 2) A scraped o…
Clothed or covered.
To provide evidence to make more certain; to confirm.
Done in a hurry and with little attention to detail.
Abrasion
1) A wearing away or rubbing away by friction.... 2) A scraped o…
Clad
Clothed or covered.
15 terms
Language Arts- Wordly Wise Lesson 5
Antic
Attire
Captivate
Deft
A playful or funny act
Clothes, especially find or expensive clothes.... To dress up o…
To please greatly, to win over by special charm
Quick and sure, skillful at handling
Antic
A playful or funny act
Attire
Clothes, especially find or expensive clothes.... To dress up o…
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2nd Semester Finals Language Arts Wordly Wise
arbitrate
Avert
Capricious
Haughty
To settle a disagreement between two parties by having a thir…
To turn away, To keep from happening
Likely to change quickly for no obvious reason.
Showing too much pride in oneself and scorn or contempt for o…
arbitrate
To settle a disagreement between two parties by having a thir…
Avert
To turn away, To keep from happening
51 terms
Language Arts Exame Wordly Wise Words
Adulation
Reocmpense
Interred
Colloquial
To flatter or admire excessively; to idolize.
To pay or compensate.... Payment; compensation.
To put in a grave; to bury.
Characterized by informal language.
Adulation
To flatter or admire excessively; to idolize.
Reocmpense
To pay or compensate.... Payment; compensation.
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Language Arts 7 Wordly Wise Study Guide
abate
devastate
impartial
precise
v. To become weaker, to decrease
v. To ruin or completely destroy
adj. Not favoring one side more than another; fair
adj. Exact; accurate
abate
v. To become weaker, to decrease
devastate
v. To ruin or completely destroy
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Language Arts Comprehension Test wordly wise words
Devastate
Irrelevant
Astute
Derogatory
(v.) To ruin or destroy completely
(adj.) Having nothing to do with the subject
(adj.) Wise in a clever or practical way
(adj.) Expressing a low opinion; intended to hurt the reputat…
Devastate
(v.) To ruin or destroy completely
Irrelevant
(adj.) Having nothing to do with the subject
137 terms
Language Arts Exam Wordly Wise Words
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
v. To bring before a court to face charges.
v. To absorb into a population. To take part and absorb into…
anarchy
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
apprehend
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
20 terms
Language Arts Wordly Wise Words Exam
aver
impart
voluble
divulge
To declare positively; to state as the truth.
To make known; disclose.... To bestow.
Characterized by a ready flow of words; talkative.
To make known something secret; to reveal.
aver
To declare positively; to state as the truth.
impart
To make known; disclose.... To bestow.
45 terms
Language Arts Wordly Wise Final Exam Vocab
Exhaust
Hardy
Mediocre
Monotonous
V. To use up. v. To tire out N. The waste gases from a engine…
Adj. Able to survive under bad condittion; tough
Adj. of low to medium quailty; barley passable
Adj. always the same; varying; boring
Exhaust
V. To use up. v. To tire out N. The waste gases from a engine…
Hardy
Adj. Able to survive under bad condittion; tough
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2nd Semester Finals Language Arts Wordly Wise
arbitrate
Avert
Capricious
Haughty
To settle a disagreement between two parties by having a thir…
To turn away, To keep from happening
Likely to change quickly for no obvious reason.
Showing too much pride in oneself and scorn or contempt for o…
arbitrate
To settle a disagreement between two parties by having a thir…
Avert
To turn away, To keep from happening
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T2: Language Arts Wordly Wise
aver
impart
voluble
divulge
1) v. To declare positively; to state as the truth.
1) v. To declare positively; to state as the truth.... 2) v. To…
1) adj. Characterized by a ready flow of words; talkative.
1) v. To make known something secret; to reveal.
aver
1) v. To declare positively; to state as the truth.
impart
1) v. To declare positively; to state as the truth.... 2) v. To…
137 terms
Language Arts Exam Wordly Wise Words
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
v. To bring before a court to face charges.
v. To absorb into a population. To take part and absorb into…
anarchy
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
apprehend
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
137 terms
Language Arts Exam Wordly Wise Words
anarchy
apprehend
arraign
assimilate
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
v. To bring before a court to face charges.
v. To absorb into a population. To take part and absorb into…
anarchy
n. Total absence of government. Lack of order; total confusion.
apprehend
v. To seize; to arrest To grasp the meaning of, to understand.
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Language Arts Wordly Wise for Exam(Nixon)
aver
impart
voluble
divulge
to declare positively; to state as the truth
to make known; disclose to be bestow
characterized by a ready flow of words; talkative
to make known something; to reveal
aver
to declare positively; to state as the truth
impart
to make known; disclose to be bestow
74 terms
Language Arts Exam (Wordly Wise 1-24)
abduct
abhor
abject
abscess
to take away by force/kidnap
to hate or fear greatly
low and mean
inflamed and swollen sore
abduct
to take away by force/kidnap
abhor
to hate or fear greatly
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Wordly Wise List 20
bluster
council
dwell
exterminate
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner... n. Loud, boastful or…
n. A group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
v. 1. To live or reside... 2. To keep thinking about
v. To kill or destroy completely
bluster
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner... n. Loud, boastful or…
council
n. A group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
20 terms
Language Arts final study guide- WORDLY WISE WORDS
emerge
apparel
ravenous
brawl
to come into view; to appear.
the things that are worn by a person; clothing.
very hungry. Eager for whatever satisfies one's needs or wants.
a rough, noisy fight. To fight noisily.
emerge
to come into view; to appear.
apparel
the things that are worn by a person; clothing.
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Wordly Wise Lesson 20
apathy
badger
compel
delude
(n.) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
1. To pester, nag, annoy persistently... 2. A strongly built, b…
To force or strongly persuade; coerce
to mislead; to fool
apathy
(n.) a lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
badger
1. To pester, nag, annoy persistently... 2. A strongly built, b…
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Wordly Wise Ln 20
ample
burden
compassion
comply
1. plenty, more than enough ; large in size
1. Something that is carried, especially a heavy load ; anyth…
A feeling of sharing the suffering of others and of wanting t…
To act in agreement with a rule or another's wishes.
ample
1. plenty, more than enough ; large in size
burden
1. Something that is carried, especially a heavy load ; anyth…
15 terms
Wordly Wise 6, Lesson 20
bluster
council
dwell
exterminate
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner.... n. Loud, boastful o…
n. A group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
v. 1. To live or reside.... 2. To keep thinking about.
v. To kill or destroy completely.
bluster
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner.... n. Loud, boastful o…
council
n. A group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
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Wordly Wise 20
alienate
alienate
fervent
forbearance
to cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once existed.
to cause to feel alone and cut off from
having or showing great warmth or deep feeling; intensely eager
a showing of self-control or patience
alienate
to cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once existed.
alienate
to cause to feel alone and cut off from
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 20
apathy
badger
compel
delude
n. A lack of interest or concern.
v. To keep bothering.... n. A strongly built, burrowing animal c…
v. To force or require to do something.
v. To mislead; to deceive.
apathy
n. A lack of interest or concern.
badger
v. To keep bothering.... n. A strongly built, burrowing animal c…
15 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 20
bluster
council
dwell
exterminate
to talk in a loud or bullying manner
a group of people who meet to make decisions or laws
to live in ... to keep thinking about
to kill or destroy
bluster
to talk in a loud or bullying manner
council
a group of people who meet to make decisions or laws
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Wordly Wise Lesson 20
Ample
Burden
Compassion
Comply
Plenty; more than enough. ... Large in size.
Something that is carried, especially a heavy load.... Anything…
A feeling of sharing the suffering of others and of wanting t…
To act in agreement with a rule of another's wishes.
Ample
Plenty; more than enough. ... Large in size.
Burden
Something that is carried, especially a heavy load.... Anything…
18 terms
Study Guide: Language Arts: Wordly Wise Lesson 3
First
anonymous
anthology
conjecture
5
of an unknown source or unrevealed name
a collection of various writings
a conclusion based on guesswork or insufficient evidence
First
5
anonymous
of an unknown source or unrevealed name
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Wordly Wise Lesson 20
ample (adj.)
ample (adj.)
burden (n.)
burden (n.)
Plenty; more than enough.
Large in size.
Something that is carried, especially a heavy load.
Anything that is hard to bear.
ample (adj.)
Plenty; more than enough.
ample (adj.)
Large in size.
15 terms
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…
29 terms
Wordly Wise 19-20
Abstinence
Benevolent
Buffoon
Chicanery
act of refraing from
Kindly
clown or fool
Trickery
Abstinence
act of refraing from
Benevolent
Kindly
15 terms
WORDLY WISE Book 8 Lesson 20
alienate
fervent
forbearance
gullible
v. To cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once existe…
adj. Having or showing great warmth or deep feeling; intensel…
n. A showing of self-control patience. v. To hold back; to ke…
adj. Easily tricked or cheated; too trusting.
alienate
v. To cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once existe…
fervent
adj. Having or showing great warmth or deep feeling; intensel…
18 terms
Wordly Wise Lesson 20
bluster
blustering
council
dwell
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner.... n. Loud, boastful o…
adj. Blowing loudly and violently.
n. A group of people who meet to decide or plan something, gi…
v. 1. To live or reside.... 2. To keep thinking about.
bluster
v. To talk in a loud and bullying manner.... n. Loud, boastful o…
blustering
adj. Blowing loudly and violently.
15 terms
wordly wise 5-20
ample
burden
compassion
comply
adj. 1. Plenty; more than enough... 2. Large in size
n. 1. Something that is carried, especially a heavy load... 2.…
n. A feeling sharing the suffering of others and of wanting t…
v. To act in agreement with a rule or another's wishes
ample
adj. 1. Plenty; more than enough... 2. Large in size
burden
n. 1. Something that is carried, especially a heavy load... 2.…
24 terms
Wordly Wise 3000 Book 9 Language Arts Final
Potential
Dexterity
Faculties
Articulates
the ability to do something
skill in performing tasks with hands
staff of a school or university
the ability to speak fluently
Potential
the ability to do something
Dexterity
skill in performing tasks with hands
Wordly Wise 5.20
Ample
Burden
Compassion
Comply
Plenty; large in size
(n) something that is carried; anything that is hard to bear…
a feeling of sharing the suffering of tohers
to act in agreement with a rule or another's wishes
Ample
Plenty; large in size
Burden
(n) something that is carried; anything that is hard to bear…
100 terms
Language Arts Exam (Word Stems & Wordly Wise Words)
adept
audible
azure
banter
highly skilled
capable of being heard
the blue color of a cloudless sky
to exchange playful, teasing remarks
adept
highly skilled
audible
capable of being heard
15 terms
Wordly Wise Section 20
Alienate
Fervent
Forbearance
Gullible
(v) To cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once exist…
(adj.) very earnest, emotional, passionate; extremely hot
(n) A showing of self-control or patience
(adj.) Easily tricked or cheated; too trusting
Alienate
(v) To cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once exist…
Fervent
(adj.) very earnest, emotional, passionate; extremely hot
11 terms
Wordly Wise 20
accomplice
audacious
exquisite
latter
a helper in wrongdoing
very daring
1. of the highest quality... 2. extremely beautiful and delicate
the second of two mentioned
accomplice
a helper in wrongdoing
audacious
very daring
57 terms
Language Arts 8 Wordly Wise Exam Study Guide
Repertiore
Penchant
Imbue
Extrovert
n. The list of pieces an actor, musician, etc., is ready to p…
n. A strong attraction or leaning.
v. To fill completely with a feeling or idea; to inspire.
n. A person whose attention is focused on others and on what…
Repertiore
n. The list of pieces an actor, musician, etc., is ready to p…
Penchant
n. A strong attraction or leaning.
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