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VOCABULARY . By: Ali Salter. Confiscators. People who seize by or as if by authority. The confiscators took my phone because I was texting. Costly. Operations. N udge. Fluttery. Icons. Since. Clear. Approaches. Tax. Orderly. Red. Saxophones. Sinister. bad; evil; wicked

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vocabulary

VOCABULARY

By: Ali Salter

confiscators
Confiscators
  • People who seize by or as if by authority.
  • The confiscators took my phone because I was texting.
  • Costly. Operations. Nudge. Fluttery. Icons.

Since. Clear. Approaches.

Tax. Orderly. Red.

Saxophones.

sinister
Sinister
  • bad; evil; wicked
  • The sinister man hated children and would steal their candy.
  • Snakes. Improve. New. Ideas. Since. Trolls. Established. Reactions.
futile
Futile
  • Unimportant
  • The futile man kept on doing his work while everyone else was discussing what to do.
  • Furious. Ugly. Thoughts. Involve. Limp. Earths.
dignity
Dignity
  • Conduct; nobility or elevation of character.
  • The man cared more about his dignity than money, so he decided not to take the embarrassing job.
  • Difficult. Irresponsible. Groups. Nudge. Individual. Ticklish. Yolks.
fruitless
Fruitless
  • Useless; unproductive
  • The fruitless student got no work done.
  • Fear. Returns. Unharmed. Iguanas. Then. Lives. Expect. Special. Shirts.
internment
Internment
  • Confinement
  • The interment camps confined the Japanese people.
  • Involved. Nerdy. Tinted. Easy. Results. Nudge. Many. Educated. Nice. Twigs.
hostility
Hostility
  • A hostile state, condition, or attitude.
  • The man’s hostility drove him to murder his wife.
  • Hats. Own. Speakers. Then. Impossible. Lawnmowers. Issue. Tinted. Years.
subordinate
Subordinate
  • Of less importance; secondary. To make a lower rank.
  • The subordinate man had to assist his boss because he was secondary.
  • Shepherds. Unfold. Babies. Once. Rested. Downward. Igloos. Navigate. Apathetic. Thoughtful. Engines
aggravated
Aggravated
  • To make worse or more severe; intensify
  • The aggravated the chickens to fight.
  • Grab. Gentle. Receipts. And. Violent. Architects. Try. Embarrassing. Dulcimers.
promenade
Promenade
  • A stroll or walk, especially in a public place, as for pleasure or display.
  • I took a promenade with my dog because she wanted to walk.
  • Public. Retro. Overdue. Mothers. Elude. Nuclear. Apathetic. Determined. Efforts.
pacify
Pacify
  • Quiet; calm
  • I gave the baby a pacifier to pacify her.
  • People. Always. Carry. Intense. Fire. Yolks.
oblivion
Oblivion
  • The state of being completely forgotten or unknown.
  • She became oblivion when he friend showed up in fancier clothes than hers.
  • Omnivorous. Break-dancing. Large. Issues. Value. Industrial. Obvious. Nights.
sustenance
Sustenance
  • Nourishment
  • The sustenance given was not enough to keep me full.
  • Shrill. Unions. Serve. Technical. External. Notes. After. Novels. Caress. Eyes.
subdued
Subdued
  • Quiet; lowered in intensity or strength.
  • After the argument he was much more subdued.
  • Specific. Unequivocal. Bears. Direct. Unusual. Every. Days.
lethargy
Lethargy
  • Llamas. Elongate. Tall. Hydroplanes. After. Reports. Give. Youths.
  • The quality or state of being drowsy or dull
  • After the track meet lethargy started to take of my body.
assented
Assented
  • Acrobatic. Standard. Serious. Eggshells. Narrate. Tall. Embarrassing. Doormats.
  • To give in; yield; concede.
  • She finally assented and gave her son a cookie.
capitulate
Capitulate
  • To surrender unconditionally
  • Chiefs. Activate. Plain. Islands. Then. Usual. Lands. Add. Thin. Earthworms.
  • I had to capitulate or else they would have killed me.
assertive
Assertive
  • Confidently aggressive or self-assured
  • Arbitrary. Symposiums. Send. Esoteric. Rings. Then. Incomes. Visualize. Exceptions.
  • The lawyer was very assertive and made her case very convincing.
authentic
Authentic
  • Genuine; real
  • Actual. Unnatural. Tainted. Hills. Eat. Nuclear. Ticklish. International. Characters.
  • I bought an Authentic baseball signed by Babe Ruth.
intangible
Intangible
  • Igloos. Navigate. Tickers. After. Nutty. Galoshes. Increase. Blunted. Little. Eggshells.
  • not define or clear to the mind
  • The writing was intangible and unclear.