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VOCABULARY WORDS #2. inept . Poor, hapless Harold, however, was inept at every sport he tried so far in his thirteen years of life. inept-adjective. awkward or clumsy; haplessly incompetent. ponder.

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VOCABULARY WORDS #2


inept

  • Poor, hapless Harold, however, was inept at every sport he tried so far in his thirteen years of life.


inept-adjective

  • awkward or clumsy; haplessly incompetent


ponder

  • Bobby pondered carefully how he was going to tell his mother that he failed the science exam.


ponder-verb

  • Think about seriously; contemplate


audacious

  • The audacious hiker decided to parachute off the top of Mt. Everest.


audacious-adjective

  • Reckless, daring, adventuresome


corpulent

  • The new born baby has such rosy, corpulent cheeks.


corpulent-adjective

  • Large or bulky of body; stout, round


mesmerize

  • The students were mesmerized by the brilliant rainbow that blanketed the sky.


mesmerize-verb

  • hypnotize, spellbound


saunter

  • The students saunter into the lunchroom without a care in the world.


saunter-verb

  • Walk leisurely; stroll


expound

  • The science teacher will expound her knowledge of plant and animal cells so her students will pass the science exam.


expound

  • State in detail; comment


facade

  • The Smith family maintained a façade of wealth although they were not rich.


façade-noun

  • Front of a building; or outer appearance.


atrocious

  • The students showed such atrocious behavior in the cafeteria they were banned from sitting with their friends.


atrocious-adjective

  • Shockingly wicked; cruel, bad taste


egregious

  • The saggy pants style is the most egregious fashion faux pas of all time.


egregious-adjective

  • Gross; outrageous


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