Vocabulary Week 13 - Weebly

Vocabulary Week 13 - Weebly

VOCABULARY WEEK OF 11/27 12/1 GOAL: TO LEARN A NEW VOCABULARY WORD, ITS PART OF SPEECH, AND TO USE IT CORRECTLY IN AN ORIGINAL SENTENCE Vocabulary Word of the Day Monday, November 27th advent

The advent of spring is very welcome after a long, harsh winter. Please guess the definition the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event advent is a noun synonyms: arrival, appearance antonym: vanishing Now please write a sentence with context clues

and where the vocabulary word is used correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day trenchant She heard angry voices; they werent particularly loud, but they were definitely trenchant in tone.

Please guess the definition cutting or sharp in tone or expression trenchant is an adjective synonyms: sharp, piercing antonym: soft Now please write a sentence with context clues and where the vocabulary word is used correctly.

Vocabulary Word of the Day Wednesday, November 29th acrid Everybody hates the acrid stench of burnt popcorn. Please guess the definition

having an irritatingly strong and unpleasant taste or smell acrid is an adjective synonyms: caustic, irritating antonym: sweet Now please write a sentence with context clues and where the vocabulary word is used correctly.

Vocabulary Word of the Day apathy The apathy I feel for doing chores makes the tasks seem even longer. Please guess the definition lacking interest, enthusiasm, or concern apathy is a noun

synonyms: indifference, feeling of meh antonym: enthusiasm Now please write a sentence with context clues and where the vocabulary word is used correctly. REVIEW THESE WORDS FOR FRIDAYS QUIZ!

apathy doleful acrid staccato trenchant

depreciation advent inanimate supercilious rivulet Vocabulary Word of the Day

Thursday, November 30th adjourn The judge adjourned the hearing until ten o clock the following morning. Please guess the definition to stop proceedings temporarily adjourn is a verb

synonyms: discontinue, recess antonym: continue Now please write a sentence with context clues and where the vocabulary word is used correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day compensate

The manufacturer was ordered to compensate customers injured by the defective product. Please guess the definition to make up for; to repay for services compensate is a verb synonyms: reimburse, pay back antonym: take

Now please write a sentence with context clues and where the vocabulary word is used correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day Friday, December 1st ailment

In the winter, most people get a cold or other types of ailments. Please guess the definition an illness, typically a minor one ailment is a noun synonyms: illness, complaint antonym: health Now please write a sentence with context clues

and where the vocabulary word is used correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day engulf She heard angry voices; they werent particularly loud, but they were definitely trenchant in tone.

Please guess the definition usually - (of a natural force) to sweep over (something) so as to surround or cover it completely engulf is a verb synonyms: submerge, flood antonym: uncover Now please write a sentence with context clues and

where the vocabulary word is used correctly.

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