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  1. Unit FourWeek Two Vocabulary

  2. Definition: Parts of Speech: verb Dumbfound to make speechless with amazement Synonym: Antonym: astonish, bewilder, stun Clear up, explain Sounds Like: Really? Alicia was dumbfounded when she found out she had won the lottery .

  3. Definition: Parts of Speech: noun Flaw a slight fault; a defect Synonym: Antonym: Weakness, defect perfection Sounds Like: Jaw Because of a flaw in the stitching, my shirt started falling apart very quickly.

  4. Definition: Parts of Speech: adjective too flashy and showy Gaudy Synonym: Antonym: Crude, flashy, loud Simple, dull, plain Sounds Like: body Word used in a sentence That shirt covered with all those different colored jewels is gaudy.

  5. Definition: Parts of Speech: adjective Illiterate unable to read or write Synonym: Antonym: Uneducated Educated Sounds Like: considerate Word used in a sentence Though he could read a few basic signs and words, Mark was basically illiterate.

  6. much more than enough; extravagant Parts of Speech: adjective Lavish Synonym: Antonym: generous, splendid Small, sparce Sounds Like: vanish Word used in a sentence Instead of a normal dinner, we had a lavish feast for my birthday.