Vocabulary PowerPoint 2.0 By Michael Huynh
Murmured-verb • Definition- Mumbled quietly or make low continuous sound • We murmured softly as a teacher walked by, trying to listen to our conversation. • Synonyms- mumbled or whispered • Antonyms- shout or yell Sharing the secret TO LIFE!!
Relent-verb • Definition-to give up • As I was constantly being interrogated, I relent and told them that I was the one in the girl’s locker room. • Synonyms- confess or give in • Antonyms- hide or refuse
Terse- adjective • Definition-to be brief or to the point • Our teachers our strict and terse on how homework is done. (sadly) • Synonyms- exact or curt • Antonyms- boring or long
Diminish-verb • Definition- Become less or smaller • Doing so much physical activity at once can diminish your energy. • Synonyms- shrink or disintegrate • Antonyms- grow or expand
Destination-noun • Definition- a goal • Our destination for Summer, was to travel to Myrtle Beach for at least ten days. • Synonyms- goal or a destined place • Antonyms- obstacle or abandoned
Mercantile-adjective • Definition-Concerning business or marketing • The mercantile businessmen worried about their company’s profits in the future. • Synonyms- concern or worry • Antonyms- careless or hasty
Tactic- noun • Definition- a strategic plan to get something done • My coach had a really good defense and offense tactics to win the game. • Synonyms- strategy or approach • Antonyms- no plan or careless They are planning for the invasion…
Scowled- verb • Definition-frowned with disapproval • I scowled upon the man as he showed me the price of their latest, and most expensive car. • Synonyms-disapprove or refuse • Antonyms- agree or approve
Wavered-verb • Definition- picture in your mind • As class got boring, I started wavering images of no school and summertime on top of a rainbow coconut turtle cake… • Synonyms- imagine or think • Antonyms- talk or relent
Malevolent-adjective • Definition- evil or hateful • Adolf Hitler was a Malevolent mad man who ruled most of Europe with an iron fist. • Synonyms- draconian or evil • Antonyms- happy or joyful The malevolent cat dictator plans a full scale attack!!
Splotched-verb • Definition-marked down sloppily • At the end of class, I quickly splotched my homework down in my agenda before I go to my next block class. • Synonyms- scribble or scrawl • Antonyms- neatly or orderly
Phew!! • Soooo yeah, • Got through those words, • Here is the count! • Verbs- 7 • Adjectives- 3 • Nouns- 2 • Cat pics- 5 • Whoops! I mean 6 • Dog pics- like, -4 • Memes-INFINITY
ONWARD!! WE GO!! • TO THE HONOR WORDS WE GO!!
Aesthetic-adjective • Definition- relating to beauty or the appreciation to beauty • The painting was aesthetic and pleasing to my father. Surprising, in the fact, that my father would go to an art show in the first place! • Synonyms- beautiful or striking • Antonyms- ugly or hideous
Anachronism- noun • Definition- something out if it’s proper of chronological • Why in the world are colonial soldiers playing Angry Birds (trademark) on their Iphone? They should be fired for their anachronism! This is the worst trip to Williamsburg ever! • Synonyms- chronological or proper • Antonyms- messed up or disorders
Beleaguered- adjective • Definition- beset with trouble or problems • As we grow in life, we encounter beleaguered and enormous obstacles that we have to face head-on. (in Morgan Freeman voice) • Synonyms- troublesome or difficult • Antonyms- easy or effortless
Caprice- noun • Definition- an impulsive change of mind • My friend is so caprice when it comes to picking out movies. It takes 15 minutes just to pick one movie! • Synonyms- indecisive or faltering • Antonyms- conclusive or terse
Ebullient- adjective • Definition- zestfully enthusiastic • I grow more and more ebullient as the day for the Hershey Park trip comes closer and closer. • Synonyms- ecstatic or overjoyed • Antonyms- gloomy or depressing
Echelon-noun • Definition- a level of responsibility or authority in a hierarchy • The leader has the echelon to decide on waging war, move his\her’s village, or even abandon his village entirely! • Synonyms- responsibility or authority (athoritah!) • Antonyms- recklessness or clumsiness
Few! Finally, you have completed this vocab PowerPoint. The final count! Verbs- still 7 Adjectives- 6 Nouns- 5 Cat pics- OVER 9000!!! Dog pics- about -349 Memes- OVER 9001
YOU HAVE FINISHED THIS POWERPOINT!! • NOW GET AN “A+” ON THAT VOCAB TEST • GODSPEED WITH YOU!!
Credits • Animation- Michael Huynh • Pics- Bing.com (not Google NEVER) • Words- English teacher : Ms. Sullivan-Smith • Sentences- Michael Huynh • S and A’s-Michael Huynh • Special Thanks to • The internet • My parents • Cats of all kinds • And to all people who study by this!