Vocab Final Study Guide Semester 1

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Can you name the vocabulary words from the Semester 1 final (Lessons 1-7)?

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n. One who falls behind others because of moving slowly; a straggler2
n. Reproduction6
v. To reach the deepest part of1
adj. Required or demanded1
n. Eagerness2
v. To make poor5
adj. Having great or significant consequences7
v. To take away5
adj. Characterized by a ready flow of words; talkative7
adj. Hard to explain or impossible to understand2
v. To foster the spread of6
adj. Careless or irresponsible3
v. To stay for a while6
v. To argue earnestly in an attempt to dissuade or show strong disapproval7
adj. Straight up and down; vertical1
adj. Making one's feelings known in a loud way6
v. To cause to reproduce6
v. To draw a conclusion from given facts2
v. To measure the depth of water1
n. The art of public speaking6
adj. Indulging in ease; avoiding exertion; lazy5
v. To understand by examining closely; to solve1
n. Something that provides nourishment; food needed to live2
n. A theme or idea in a work of art or literature that is developed or repeated7
adj. Expressing love or the state of being in love7
adj. Overly positive and assertive about something that cannot be proved6
n. An ungrateful person7
n. Promptness in responding2
n. An unproven principle or belief held to be true6
DefinitionWordLesson #
adj. Ravenous; desiring and eating a large amount of food5
adj. Marked by simplicity and lack of luxury4
adj. Laziness5
adj. The condition of being a straggler2
v. To wander aimlessly4
n. A figure or design repeated in the decoration of something, such as a building or textile7
v. To make part of a system; incorporate6
v. To analyze and determine the nature, value, or importance of6
adj. Of or relating to public speaking6
n. A shortage6
n. An old saying that has come to be accepted as true; a proverb4
adj. Greatly eager5
n. A visit or temporary stay6
n. A public speaker6
n. An indirect reference3
v. To reproduce6
adj. Existing or occurring at the same time5
adj. Playful or frolicsome3
n. Increased activity resulting from a driving force1
n. A showy or dignified display3
v. To put an idea into a form that can be seen6
v. To refer to in an indirect way3
adj. Not continuous; happening at intervals1
adj. Sound judgement; wisdom5
n. Personal belongings4
v. To feel or express grief3
n. A driving force; anything that causes an action1
n. A grant of money, often provided by a government to a group or individual7
adj. Deep in thought; dreamily thoughtful3
DefinitionWordLesson #
adj. Poor5
n. A person living during the same period as another5
v. To consider; to believe7
adj. Not necessary; irrelevant4
adj. Showing sound judgement; wise5
v. To follow a winding course4
n. An expression of sorrow or grief in the form of a poem, song, etc.3
v. To urge strongly; to warn or appeal3
adj. Artificially stiff or formal in manner3
v. To grant or let have6
v. To show excessive fondness for3
adj. Careful of and attentive to details, especially ones relating to good manners and behavior4
n. A strong urging or warning3
v. To express deep regret or sorrow over1
adj. Excessive or unrestrained3
adj. Relating to the everyday world as opposed to that which is spiritual or eternal4
adj. Lacking6
adj. Doing or requiring a lot of sitting4
adj. Ignoring what is right3
v. To support by giving financial aid7
v. To admit to be true, often reluctantly6
n. Equipment associated with a particular activity4
v. To praise highly1
n. An analyzation6
v. To get smaller, dimmer, or weaker; to near an end5
adj. Exceeding normal bounds; greater or more than seems reasonable7
adj. Full of or accompanied by2

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