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Bergen Evans Vocabulary Words 1 – 10 . Fill in the blanks with the words in bold. On the right (under association ), write a the name of a person/place/action that you associate with the word, or draw a picture you associate with the word. Aborigine (n) Aboriginal (adj) .

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Bergen Evans Vocabulary Words 1 – 10

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Bergen Evans VocabularyWords 1 – 10

Fill in the blanks with the words in bold. On the right (under association), write a the name of a person/place/action that you associate with the word, or draw a picture you associate with the word.


Aborigine (n) Aboriginal (adj)

  • Columbus was greeted by friendly aborigines (natives, first inhabitants)


Adroit (adj)adroitness (n)

  • This adroit (clever, skillful, dexterous) turning of a blunder into a joke eased the tension in the room.


Altruism (n)Altruistic (adj)

  • Far from being self-centered, he has a sincere altruism (thoughtfulness, unselfishness, concern for others)


Animosity (n)

  • John has an animosity (ill will, hostility, enmity) toward all foreigners.


Apposite (adj)Appositeness (n)

  • The scholar has an apposite (fitting, appropriate, apt) quotation for any occasion.


Bourgeois (adj or n)Bourgeoisie (n)

  • conventional, middle-class, materialistic


Cerebration (n)

  • Athletics (and having a good time) is good for college students, but there has to be a little cerebration (thinking, using the brain), too.


Coadjutor (n)

  • The executive’s work was so heavy that we appointed a coadjutor (helper, assistant, co-operator)


Concomitant (adj)Concomitance (n)

  • He wants the job but not the concomitant (accompanying, involved, attendant) responsibility.


Corroboration (n)Corroborative (adj)

  • One ought not to accept such dangerous figures without some corroboration (confirmation, making certain).


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