Spirit of Endurance. Spirit of Endurance. Vocabulary. Spirit of Endurance. frigid – adjective –very cold The frigid weather caused me to tremble and shake!. Spirit of Endurance. treacherous – adjective – full of danger
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Spirit of Endurance
frigid – adjective –very cold
The frigid weather caused me to tremble and shake!
treacherous – adjective – full of danger
The rickety bridge seemed like a very treacherous thing to walk across.
expedition – noun – a journey with a specific purpose
The expedition to the top of the mountain seemed dangerous and unreachable.
labor – noun – hard work, toil
Working the fields of a large plantation is intense labor!
triumph – verb – to be successful or win
The Seminoles hope to triumph over the Gators in sports because they are ultimate rivals.
dismantled – verb – took something apart piece by piece
The mechanic dismantled the engine in order to figure out what was wrong with it.
uninhabited – adjective – not lived in
The uninhabited beehive was used as a model in science classrooms.
abandon – verb – to leave and not return
When birds are old enough, they will abandon the nest and fly out on their own.
Exhaustion – noun – to be extremely or completely tired and/or worn out
The new parents felt a great sense of exhaustion due to the baby waking up multiple times a night.
Drift – noun - the movement, flow, or current of something
My family and I enjoy watching the slow drift of the clouds across the sky.
Limit – noun – a maximum or minimum in amount, quantity, or number
In baseball you have a maximum limit of 3 strikes before you are called out.
Haggard – adjective – having a worn, tired, and even wild appearance
The kids returned home looking very haggard after playing outside in the mud and rain.
Dreary – adjective – a feeling and/or showing of gloom and discouragement
The stormy weather made for a very dreary atmosphere.
Optimistic – adjective – looking at the best possible outcome; highly positive attitude
The students were very optimistic about doing well on the FCAT because they had prepared all year.
Desperate – adjective – suffering extreme need and/or anxiety
Starving children around the world are desperate for food and clean water.