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Vocabulary Jeopardy. Cowardly. Cow going to war very slowly. The cowardly young man wouldn’t even go in the haunted house during the day with his mommy. featherbrained. A heavy feather hit her on top of her head near her brain in the middle of the rain .

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Vocabulary jeopardy

Vocabulary Jeopardy


Cowardly

Cowardly

  • Cow going to war very slowly.

  • The cowardly young man wouldn’t even go in the haunted house during the day with his mommy.


Featherbrained

featherbrained

  • A heavy feather hit her on top of her head near her brain in the middle of the rain.

  • Some of the things that the clown did were so featherbrained that even I had to laugh a little.


Astute

astute

  • We did a salute to the cute girl who knew how to mute the teacher’s voice.

  • The astute fourth-grader was able to figure out the answer to the math problem in a matter of seconds.


Drudging

drudging

  • The gigantic piece of fudge wouldn’t budge until the ring learned how to sing.

  • The movie was so drudging that most of the audience had fallen asleep by the time the movie was over.


Unabridged

unabridged

  • Unless you can think of a better way to go, I will have to take a bridge to the other side.

  • I was going to read the short version of “Moby Dick” but at the last minute I decided to read the unabridged version that was 867 pages long.


Cottonmouthed

cottonmouthed

  • The baby’s mouth was so full of cotton that she couldn’t fit the spoonful of ice-cream in her mouth.

  • I was so cottonmouthed after running for an hour out in the 100 degree heat. If the lake had been drinkable I would have sucked it up like a vacuum sucking up dust.


Berate

berate

  • The handsome young man didn’t want to be late for his date with a first rate girl.

  • The cruel coach berated the poor goalie in front of all his teammates for not stopping the game winning goal.


Luxurious

luxurious

  • The senior was quite curious why everyone was so serious about trying to find a tux for the prom.

  • The hotel room was way to luxurious for our family’s taste. We were afraid to move around the room for fear of breaking something that we could never afford to buy ourselves.


Elude

elude

  • The email came from a very rude dude.

  • The criminal try to elude the police by jumping in a boat and racing across the river to the other side.


Perish

perish

  • The little boy blew out the candles and whispered his wish to his loving parents.

  • The boys were driving to fast when they plunged over the side of the cliff and perished in the explosion that followed.


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