DAILY WORDS 2014-2015 - Tri-Valley Local School District

DAILY WORDS 2014-2015 - Tri-Valley Local School District

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L I A D 2016 #1 ABHOR (V) DEFINITION: TO DETEST; TO LOATH SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS:

EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: #2 BELLICOSE (ADJ) DEFINITION: WARLIKE; SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE:

QUARRELSOME #3 FERVID (ADJ) DEFINITION: HEATED IN SPIRIT, ENTHUSIASM, ETC; BURNING, GLOWING, INTENSELY HOT SYNONYM: ANTONYM: EXAMPLE:

SENTENCE: #4 HIATUS (N) DEFINITION: GAP; INTERRUPTION; BREAK SYNONYM: ANTONYM: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE:

#5 INCORRIGIBLE (ADJ) DEFINITION: IMPOSSIBLE TO CORRECT, CONTROL, OR DISCIPLINE SYNONYM: ANTONYM: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE:

#6 LUCID (ADJ) DEFINITION: EASY TO UNDERSTAND; TRANSPARENT SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #7 NOVELTY (N)

DEFINITION: SOMETHING NEW OR UNUSUAL SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #8 PROLIFIC (ADJ) DEFINITION: PRODUCING OFFSPRING OR YOUNG; BODY OF WORK; ABUNDANTLY

SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: PRODUCING A N IMPRESSIVE #9 SLANDER (N) DEFINITION: NEGATIVE REMARKS ABOUT ANOTHER PERSON

THAT ARE UNTRUE SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #10 VERSATILE (ADJ) DEFINITION: HAVING MANY TALENTS OR USES

SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #11 ACCLIMATED (ADJ) DEFINITION: TO ADJUST OR BECOME A NEW CLIMATE OR ENVIRONMENT

SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: ACCUSTOMED TO #12 COMPLACENT (ADJ) DEFINITION:

SELF-SATISFIED; UNCONCERNED SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: #13 DOLEFUL

(ADJ) DEFINITION: EXTREMELY SAD SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: #14 GIRTH (N) DEFINITION: THE MEASURED DISTANCE AROUND AN OBJECT

SYNONYM: ANTONYM: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #15 JUNCTION (N) DEFINITION: POINT IN TIME, ESPECIALLY A CRUCIAL ONE; JOINT; CONNECTION

SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE #16 MALICE (N) DEFINITION: A DESIRE TO CAUSE HARM OR SUFFERING SYNONYMS:

ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #17 PARADOX (N) DEFINITION: A STATEMENT THAT SEEMS SELF-CONTRADICTORY OR ABSURD, BUT IN REALITY EXPRESSES A POSSIBLE TRUTH SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS:

EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #18 RETICENT (ADJ) DEFINITION: QUIET; UNCOMMUNICATIVE SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE:

#19 SUBLIME (ADJ) DEFINITION: OF VERY SPECIAL QUALITY; NOBLE SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #20 TRITE (ADJ) DEFINITION: OVERUSED; COMMON; STALE SYNONYMS:

ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #21 ASTUTE (ADJ) DEFINITION: WISE; INSIGHTFULLY CLEVER SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE:

#22 CATALYST (N) DEFINITION: SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: SOMETHING CAUSING CHANGE

#23 EDIFICE (N) DEFINITION: A LARGE OR MASSIVE STRUCTURE SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE:

#24 FORMIDABLE (ADJ) DEFINITION: CAUSING FEAR OR DREAD SYNONYM: ANTONYM: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #25 INFALLIBLE (ADJ) DEFINITION: INCAPABLE OF MAKING A

MISTAKE SYNONYM: ANTONYM: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #26 EMULATE (V)

DEFINITION: TO TRY TO EQUAL BY IMITATING SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: #27 MAGNANIMOUS (ADJ)

DEFINITION: SHOWING COURAGEOUS SPIRIT; FORGIVING; NOT SELFISH SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #28 OMINOUS (ADJ)

DEFINITION: SIGN OF SOMETHING UNPLEASANT SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #29 RESILIENT (ADJ) DEFINITION: QUICK TO RECOVER SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS:

EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #30 SCRUTINIZE (V) DEFINITION: TO OBSERVE CAREFULLY SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE:

#31 TIMOROUS (ADJ) DEFINITION: EASILY FRIGHTENED SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLE: SENTENCE: #32 ADULATION (N) DEFINITION: HIGH PRAISE

SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: #33BEGUILE (V) DEFINITION: TO CHEAT OR DECEIVE, USUALLY

THROUGH CHARM; TO AMUSE SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE: #34 CUMBERSOME (ADJ)

DEFINITION: HARD TO HANDLE OR DEAL WITH BECAUSE OF SIZE, WEIGHT, OR MANY PARTS; BURDENSOME SYNONYMS: ANTONYMS: EXAMPLES: SENTENCE:

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