E4 VQ13 English 4 Vocab Week 13 E4

E4 VQ13 English 4  Vocab Week 13 E4

E4 VQ13 English 4 Vocab Week 13 E4 VQ13 Begin 6 sentences with an ADVERB and 6 with a VERB. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8)

9) 10) 11) 12) ecclesiastical (adj) of or relating to the Christian church and its clergy edification (n) the intellectual or moral instruction of a person inaudible (adj) unable to be heard obscure (tv) to conceal or hide (something) from others peculiarities (n) odd or unusual features or habits penitentiary (n) a prison for people convicted of serious crimes perish (v) to suffer death, typically in a violent, sudden or untimely way

placid (adj) (of a person or animal) not easily upset or excited quarrel (v) to have an angry altercation or disagreement resignation (n) the acceptance of something undesirable but inevitable acrimonious (adj) (typically of speech or debate) angry and bitter corroborate (tv) to confirm or give support to (a statement, theory or finding) ecclesiastical ecclesiastical (adj) of or relating to the Christian church and its clergy Ex. The churchs

ecclesiastical stained-glass windows cast a colorful light on the congregation. SYNONYM: church-like ANTONYM: agnostic Related: Ecclesiastes (n) edification edification (n) the intellectual or moral instruction of a person Ex. For my own

edification, I read every day and finish at least a book per month. SYNONYM: enrichment ANTONYM: detriment Related: edify (tv) inaudible inaudible (adj) unable to be heard Ex. Bats emit noises that are inaudible to the

human ear. SYNONYM: muted ANTONYM: deafening Related: inaudibly (adv) obscure obscure (tv) to conceal or hide (something) from others Ex. The clouds obscured the moon from our sight. SYNONYM: veil

ANTONYM: reveal Related: obscured (adj) peculiarities peculiarities (n) odd or unusual features or habits Ex. One of his many peculiarities was using chopsticks to eat chili. SYNONYM: oddities ANTONYM: formalities Related: peculiar (adj)

penitentiary penitentiary (n) a prison for people convicted of serious crimes Ex. Al Capone did time in the Eastern State Penitentiary, a prison for notorious criminals. SYNONYM: prison ANTONYM: freedom Related: penalty (n); penalize

(tv) perish perish (v) to suffer death, typically in a violent, sudden or untimely way Ex. Perishing in numbers to the point of extinction, dinosaurs no longer roamed the earth. SYNONYM: die ANTONYM: survive Related: perished (adj)

placid placid (adj) (of a person or animal) not easily upset or excited Ex. Golden retrievers are especially placid compared to the frenzied guinea pig. SYNONYM: peaceful ANTONYM: antsy Related: placidly (adv)

quarrel quarrel (v) to have an angry altercation or disagreement Ex. As Jem grew older, he tended to quarrel more with Scout. SYNONYM: altercation ANTONYM: tranquility Related: quarreling (adj)

resignation resignation (n) the acceptance of something undesirable but inevitable Ex. Atticuss resignation was apparent when people began criticizing him. SYNONYM: acceptance ANTONYM: rebuff Related: resign (v) acrimonious

acrimonious (adj) (typically of speech or debate) angry and bitter Ex. His acrimonious speech didnt gain him any friends. SYNONYM: harsh ANTONYM: placid Related: acrid (adj) corroborate

corroborate (tv) to confirm or give support to (a statement, theory or finding) Ex. Investigators usually interview several witnesses to corroborate statements. SYNONYM: confirm ANTONYM: refute Related: corroboration (n)

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