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Wings for the King Vocabulary. Fifth Grade Unit 3 Week 1. admiringly. Words to Know. subject. permit. worthless. scoundrel. admiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless. permit. to let; allow. admiringly permit scoundrel subject worthless. admiringly.

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wings for the king vocabulary

Wings for the KingVocabulary

Fifth Grade

Unit 3 Week 1

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admiringly

Words to Know

subject

permit

worthless

scoundrel

slide3

admiringly

permit

scoundrel

subject

worthless

permit

to let; allow

slide4

admiringly

permit

scoundrel

subject

worthless

admiringly

with wonder, pleasure, and approval

slide5

admiringly

permit

scoundrel

subject

worthless

worthless

without value; good-for-nothing; useless

slide6

admiringly

permit

scoundrel

subject

worthless

scoundrel

an evil, dishonorable person

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admiringly

permit

scoundrel

subject

worthless

subject

person under the power, control, or influence of another

slide8
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Dad will not permit me to stay out late.

punish

allow

slide9
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

In the movie “The Emperor’s New Groove” Pacha is a subject under King Kuzco.

citizen

immigrant

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Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

We had to throw the couch away when it became worthless.

leftover

without value

slide11
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

We watched on admiringly at the girls in the fabulous dresses.

with effort

with approval

slide12
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

You can’t tell by the way someone looks whether or not he is a scoundrel.

rascal

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