Vocabulary List #7 VOTES & Information Mr Moshé December 5, 2012 Vocabulary List #7 VOTES & Information2012-12-05T16:27:20-05:00 Starting Off 15 Comments Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey, the world’s leading questionnaire tool. Related Posts Read to Strategize Notes 8 Reasons Why Gum Has No Place in the Classroom
Definition: A sense of impending evil or misfortune
Sentence: “Zed?” Full of foreboding, Adam quickened his stroke on the pedals.”
def-odd or unusual in apperance or behaivor
sent-holmes was a strangly brilliant,eccentric medical student
Sentence: “he is part of the great lore of our great history”(Pedroia, 57)
Definition: Myths or traditional wisdom
Scandalous-Causing general public outrage by a perceived offense against morality or law.
“The fact that she was the high-counceler’s daughter only made her coments more scandalous and therefore more contrapting(Stabler,4)
Part of Speech: intransitive verb
Definition: to show or feel a lively or triumphant joy
Sentence: “The bow had given him this way and he exulted in it, in the bow, in the arrow, in the fish, in the hatchet, in the sky.” (Paulsen, 119)
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Warbles – (Adverb) to sing with trills,runs,orother melodic sounds.
“What an exciting day!” she warbles as she attempts to straighten her wig, which was listed serverley to the right.(NAME?, 25)
Muster (verb)- To bring together; assemble.
Sentence- “We mustered the prisoners” (Wasdin, 50.)
Quipped – (Verb) A clever or witty remark
“Well, the kids didn’t bother me anyway. As I recall, you were complaining about the quiality of service” “Us old guys will do that,” he quipped.’ (Sparks, pg 120).
def.-Strong pain or suffering of mind or body
sentence- “The mental anguish I felt was indescribable.”
“23 minutes in hell” page 7
Word – Disquietingly
Part of speech – Adjective
Definition – Depriving of peace or rest; make uneasy or restless
Synonyms – Troubling, worring, disturbing, alarm
Sentence- ” This photo was entirely different, and yet something about the scenario felt disquietingly farmilar.” (Brown, 11)
Word: Formidable – adj
Sentence: “Terribly and ferociously formidable.”
Definition: Arousing fear, dread or alarm.
(Defintion)- To give a false appearence of pretend
(Sentence)- “I shrugged, feigning nonchalance, cool whatever”
(Part of speech)- Verb
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