Wordly Wise Semester 2 Final Study Quiz

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Can you name the vocab words for semester 2 finals?

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n. anything that is puzzling, mysterious, or hard to figure out
adj. kind; gracious; gentle. 2. favorable; not threatening
n. physical strength or courage to resist hardship, illness, or fatigue
v. to exchange goods or services without the use of money. n. the exchange of goods or services without the use of money
v. to compete for, as in a contest
adj. incapable of being controlled or held back
v. to increase in size, amount, or degree
n. a state of confusion or agitation; tumult
n. 1. a comoplete view of a surrounding area. 2. a thorough presentation of a subject
adj. determined by chance or whim rather than by reason or necessity
n. a form of a language spoken in a certain geographical region that has its own grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary
v. to quarrel in a noisy or angry way
adj. 1. incapable of making an error; never wrong. 2. unlikely to go wrong or fail
v. 1. to put off or postpone. 2. to yield to out of respect for the knowledge or authority of another
v. to lose hope, strength, or vitality because of neglect or bad conditions
v. to encourage or assist in some activity, especially a questionable one
v. to cause to continue indefinitely
adj. 1. causing horror; extremely gruesome. 2. glowing with the redness of flames seen through a haze
adj. puzzling; mysterious
v. to advance little by little beyond the usual limits or boundaries
adj. having great bulk or volume; ample
n. wealth
v. 1. to give careful thought to; to ponder. 2. to have plans to; to intend
v. to soften or tone down the sound of. adj. not speaking or not able to speak; silent
v. to thwart; to make difficulties for or finding problems with
adj. highly skilled; expert
adj. not bringing about the desired effect; futile
v. to go or come before in time, rank, or position
adj. not safe or secure; dangerously uncertain
v. 1. to struggle with in close combat; to wrestle. 2. to come to grips with. n. an iron shaft with a claw for grasping and holding things
n. an act of great cruelty and wickedness
adj. so distorted or strange as to appear bizarre or comical
n. a rapidly spreading and usually fatal disease
n. a source of great wealth; something that brings great riches
adj. marked by freshness or originality; willing to try new things
v. to select and remove weak or inferior members from
adj. not moving, changing, or developing
v. 1. to hurt the reputation of. 2. to destroy confidence or trust in.
adj. 1. giving off light. 2. clear, easy to understand
n. 1. a basic food that is used frequently and in large amounts. 2. a U-shaped fastener with sharp edges. v. to attach with ______s. adj. most important; principal
n. something new; a new way of doing something.
adj. abundantly productive
adj. 1. very brutal, wicked, or cruel. 2. appallingly bad; outrageous
adj. greatly respected; holy; sacred
adj. inclined to keep one's thoughts and feelings to oneself; quiet and reserved.
v. to be forced to give up or lose. n. something lost or given up as a result of an error failing
adj. complicated; having many related details or parts
adj. alike or close in meaning; closely related
v. to plead in favor of; to defend. n. one who argues for or defends a person, group, or idea
adj. showing ill will or hatred; producing harm or evil
adj. generously supplied with money or possessions; wealthy
v. to exchange playful, teasing remarks. n. light, playful conversation
v. 1. to bring about or inflict. 2. to express or vent
adj. clearly offensive or bad; conspicuously acting against what is right
n. a wealthy and powerful business person
adj. not suitable; inappropriate or improper
v. to level to the ground; to destroy completely
n. submitting to the wishes of another because of respect
n. a person with extensive knowledge, especially of the fine arts; a person of refined tastes
v. to illustrate by being an example of
n. silence or reserve
adj. showing impatience because of restrictions or delays
adj. having terrible consequences; urgent or desperate
n. an area of wet, swampy ground; deep mud. v. to get stuck as if in a swamp; unable to make progress
v. to fail to develop, change, or move
adj. intensely eager; passionate
n. 1. money or property left to another in a will. 2. something passed on to those who come after
n. the attempt to improve the well-being of those in need by donating money or aid
adj. 1. having to do with shepherds and herders. 2. relating to country life, and often presented as charmingly simple
adj. annoying; tedious

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