Unit Five Week One Vocabulary. Parts of Speech:. Definition:. Verb. 1. to warn against something 2. to scold someone. Admonish. Synonym: Scold, warn Antonym:. Acclaim, praise. Rhymes with:. Astonish.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Parts of Speech: Definition: Verb 1. to warn against something 2. to scold someone Admonish Synonym: Scold, warn Antonym: Acclaim, praise Rhymes with: Astonish Mr. Paddington admonished us not to throw food in the cafeteria. 2. After the food fight, the principal admonished us for having participated.
Definition: Parts of Speech: Adjective 1. unknown or unnamed 2. lacking individuality or character Anonymous Synonym: Antonym: incognito, secret known, recognized Rhymes with: Bottomless The author of the book remained anonymous even after the book won countless awards.
Definition: Parts of Speech: Adjective Astute smart and perceptive Synonym: Antonym: bright, insightful ignorant, idiotic Sounds Like: Absolute Word used in a sentence Young Jordan made the astute comment that bullies often have problems at home.
Definition: Parts of Speech: Noun one who looks on or observes; a person present but not taking part Bystander Synonym: Antonym: witness Participant Sounds Like: crawl Word used in a sentence Among all the bystanders at the parade, I was the shortest so I had the worst view.
Definition: a person killed or injured in a war or accident Parts of Speech: Noun Casualty Synonym: Agreeable, Antonym: stubborn, uncooperative Sounds Like: Fossil Word used in a sentence Dolphins are some of the most docile creatures on Earth.
Definition: Parts of Speech: adj Deceased Dead Synonym: Antonym: Bought the farm Alive Sounds Like: released The deceased soldier was given a full military funeral.
Definition: Parts of Speech: adverb Downright thoroughly, totally Synonym: Antonym: Absolutely Sounds Like: Crown Fight Camille is just a downright nice girl.
Definition: Parts of Speech: adjective very dirty, covered with dirt or soot Grimy Synonym: Antonym: filthy clean, pure Sounds Like: shiny Word used in a sentence Acey’s house was on the north side of town, among the grimy industrial buildings and smokestacks.
Definition: Parts of Speech: Noun Homage honor or respect shown publicly Synonym: Antonym: Praise Dishonor Sounds Like: Mom itch Word used in a sentence The mayor paid homage to the students who had helped build the new skate park.
to move with great speed; to rush violently Parts of Speech: verb Hurtle Synonym: Antonym: Race, lunge, charge Sounds Like: Turtle Word used in a sentence The out-of-control truck hurtled down the freeway.
Definition: Parts of Speech: adjective Legitimate 1. lawful; according to the laws or rules 2. genuine or justifiable Synonym: Antonym: Accepted, rightful illegal Sounds Like: Put a ring on it In soccer, hitting the ball with your hand is not a legitimate shot. 2. I felt that my complaint about the heat in our classroom was legitimate, but the custodian wouldn’t listen to me.
Definition: Parts of Speech: Adjective Lethal causing death or made to cause death Synonym: Antonym: Fatal, deadly Harmless Rhymes with: Eagle Socrates was forced to swallow a lethal dose of poison.
Definition: Parts of Speech: Noun Magnitude the great size or importance of something Synonym: Antonym: greatness, importance Unimportant Sounds Like: Attitude Word used in a sentence The magnitude of electing the first African-American president will be felt for generations.
Definition: Parts of Speech: Adj Stodgy heavy, dull, or boring; old-fashioned Synonym: Antonym: Dreary, formal Exciting Sounds Like: Dodge E Word used in a sentence Chris likes reading comic books, not stodgy old novels from the 19th century.
Definition: greatest, highest, farthest Parts of Speech: Adj Utmost Synonym: Antonym: Absolute, maximum Least Sounds Like: cut toast Word used in a sentence Respecting people who are different from you is of the utmost importance.