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Lewis and Clark By: R. Conrad Stein Lesson 26 Vocabulary. asset – Is a resource, person, or object that is valuable to have. While hiking through the woods, it would be an asset to have a guide who knew where to go. intently – You do something with great concentration.

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Lewis and ClarkBy: R. Conrad SteinLesson 26Vocabulary


asset–

Is a resource, person, or object that is valuable to have

While hiking through the woods, it would be an asset to have a guide who knew where to go.


intently–

You do something with great concentration

The student studied the vocabulary words intently since she knew there was a test on Friday.


profusely–

It is done in great quantity

Sam apologized profusely when he knocked over his mother’s favorite vase and shattered it.


ordeal–

Is a very difficult experience that is unpleasant to go through

Climbing a mountain is quite an ordeal for the inexperienced since it takes practice, skill, and stamina.


terrain–

Is the kind of land that is found in a place; for example, terrain might be rocky, hilly or swampy

The desert terrain is both rocky and sandy making it difficult for plants to grow there.


dismal–

Is bleak and depressing

On dismal days, I would rather stay in bed all day and hide under the covers.


peril–

Great danger

The people on the boat were in great peril as the waves knocked the boat on its side.


esteem–

To esteem something means to judge it to be of value

If you have self-esteem, you judge yourself to have great value.


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