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A Barron's bestseller for years, this publication is best than ever in a new fourth variation. as well as its ordinary vocabulary lists, this variation features a new part known as landscape of phrases. during this function, all of the 1100 phrases seems to be in a sentence chosen from between renowned novels, performs, poems, or even newspaper editorials and television announces. The ebook is a vocabulary builder aimed without delay at college-bound highschool scholars, in addition to students who want additional vocabulary aid. scholars will locate observe lists with definitions, analogy workouts, enjoyable observe video games, and interesting words-in-context workouts.
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Emaciated d. to trouble greatly ____ 5. excruciating e. agonizing ____ 6. fretful f. wasted away ____ 7. harbinger g. distant ____ 8. malignant h. evil ____ 9. malnutrition i. to rush suddenly ____ 10. privation j. place of protection ____ 11. remote k. forerunner ____ 12. respite l. to rise ____ 13. reverberating m. to hinder ____ 14. sanctuary n. yield ____ 15. sinister o. postponement ____ 16. succumb p. to surround ____ 17. surge q. becoming progressively worse ____ 18. thwart r. reechoing ____ 19.
A firecracker terminated* the __________ climate of the neighborhood. 3. * 4. Chicago put its heaviest players up front, but they were helpless as the Giants' line __________ toward them. 5. Inexorably* the determined climber began to __________ the Himalayan peak. Definitions Match the new words with their meanings. 6. emaciated ____ a. to rush suddenly 7. surge ____ b. shelter 8. tranquil ____ c. quiet 9. sanctuary ____ d. abnormally thin, wasted away 10. ascend ____ e. to rise Today's Idiom sour grapesto disparage* something that you cannot have (from Aesop's fable about the fox who called the grapes sour because he could not reach them) Marcia said that she didn't want to be on the Principal's Honor Roll anyway, but we knew that it was just sour grapes on her part.
Thumbs down x. to signal rejection Now check your answers on page 307. Make a record of those words you missed. Study them, work on them, use them in original sentences. Amaze your friends at parties! Words for Further Study Meanings 1. _______________ _______________ 2. _______________ _______________ 3. _______________ _______________ 4. _______________ _______________ 5. _______________ _______________ < previous page page_38 next page > < previous page page_39 next page > Page 39 Wordsearch 6 Using the clues listed below, fill in each blank in the following story with one of the new words you learned this week.