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THE vocabulary PowerPoint. By Michael Huynh Eighth block. *Approved by this guy*. APTITUDE-noun. Definition- the ability to learn or understand quickly. Even though people don’t paint well without practice , Bob’s aptitude for painting had made him a protégé .

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the vocabulary powerpoint

THE vocabulary PowerPoint

By Michael Huynh

Eighth block

*Approved by this guy*

aptitude noun
APTITUDE-noun
  • Definition- the ability to learn or understand quickly.
  • Even though people don’t paint well without practice, Bob’s aptitude for painting had made him a protégé.
  • Synonyms: potential and hope
  • Antonym: failure

Pfft… show off

attentive adjective
ATTENTIVE-adjective
  • Definition- Give attention to something; also being considerate of others
  • While I was walking down the hall, I saw the most attentive, colorful shirt. It was neon yellow with blue strips on the sides. It caught everyone’s attention including me.
  • Synonyms – tantalizing or wanting
  • Antonyms- gross and dull

Whoa…

banish verb
BANISH-verb
  • Definition- to force to leave a country or place; exile
  • For destroying all our crops, you are officially banished from the kingdom!!!
  • Synonyms- leave or kick out
  • Antonyms- join or participate

Falcon PUNCH!!!

barricade noun and verb
BARRICADE-noun and verb
  • Definition- (n) a temporary structure put up to block passages (v) to block an opening or passage
  • (v)The zombies are coming! We need to barricadeourselves in and bear the

unbearable. (n) We must fix our barricade until the next wave of zombies come or else the zombies will easily slip through.

Synonyms- barrier or obstacle

Antonyms- passage or a threshold

Mother of god…

gusto noun
GUSTO-noun
  • Definition- great enjoyment
  • This steak has much gusto in it! I can taste all the smokiness and tenderness. It is truly one of the best steaks I’ve tasted in my years.
  • Synonyms- zest and flavorful
  • Antonyms- disgusting and gross

You three are going to be next

*mouth watering*

habitation noun
HABITATION-noun
  • Definition-A place in which to live
  • I think it’s cruel for animals to stay in cramped, zoohabitations.
  • Synonyms- habitat or residence
  • Antonyms- outside or the wild

Glub glub glub

hasten verb
HASTEN-verb
  • Definition- to act or move quickly; to cause something to happen very quickly
  • The Earth’s rotation has quickened, hastening the day from 24 hours to 25 hours.
  • Synonyms- quicken or hurries
  • Antonyms- slowly or procrastinate

So… DIZZY!

havoc noun
HAVOC-noun
  • Definition- very great destruction or disorder
  • The nuclear bomb wreaked havoc over the city of Hiroshima. The city is completely flat and tens or thousands of people have died.
  • Synonyms-destruction or chaos
  • Antonyms- rebuild or construct

Not good…

2012! AHHH!!!

quell verb
QUELL-verb
  • To cause a feeling to be less intense
  • After the bomb, millions were in shock, but medics came to the scene to quell any nervous souls.
  • Synonyms- calm or settle
  • Antonyms- crazy or “go ballistic”

Huh… all better now

recluse noun
RECLUSE-noun
  • Definition- a person who lives alone and has little to do with others.
  • In the Summer, I was a recluse, I’d stay in my basements for weeks on end watching TV non-stop.
  • Synonyms- reclusive or anti-social
  • Antonyms- active and around

Probably me if I were an animal

recuperate verb
RECUPERATE-verb
  • Definition-to return to normal health
  • My sister had to recuperate in the hospital because of her strep throat.
  • Synonyms- heal or mend
  • Antonyms- damage or sabotage

Stupid HIV virus…

replenish verb
REPLENISH- verb
  • Definition-to build up a supply of something
  • The ammo dump we found had replenished our ammo for about two weeks.
  • Synonyms- supplies or fill
  • Antonyms- empty or use

“the most powerful handgun in the world”

congragulations
CONGRAGULATIONS!
  • YOU’VE COMPLETED THE VOCAB! NOW GO TAKE THAT TEST!

TROLL!!!!!!!!

  • Oh yeah, if YOU’RE HONORS ENGLISH!! There are still more words to learn! By the way, I’m not sorry for you. HAHAHA!!!
bedlam noun
BEDLAM-noun
  • Definition- an uproar
  • The teachers completely ignored the mass bedlam the students are causing in the classroom. Is this an alternate universe?
  • Synonyms- confusion and ruckus
  • Antonyms- calm and steady

FOR NARNIA!!!

kowtow verb is that a word
KOWTOW-verb is that a word?
  • Definition- to be overly polite
  • I passed some Englishmen along the sidewalk and kowtowed to them. They stared at me mysteriously.
  • Synonyms- greet or fawn
  • Antonyms- to insult or offend

TTFN ol’ chap!

cogitate verb
COGITATE-verb
  • Definition- to ponder or think hard
  • Bob cogitated with the last problem for so long, that half of the class (including the teacher) fell sleep. When he finally answered it, the answer was incorrect!
  • Synonyms- consider or assume
  • Antonym- guess

Oh my god! The answer to life is 42!

disheveled adj where do people come up with these words
DISHEVELED-adjWhere do people come up with these words?
  • Definition- untidy
  • I ran to the school bus disheveled, my backpack was unzipped and I was still trying to put on my shoes.
  • Synonyms- dingy or clean
  • Antonyms- pristine or orginized

Nom! Nom! Nom! Problem haters?

pulchritude noun ok now your making stuff up
PULCHRITUDE-noun OK, now your making stuff up.
  • Definition-physical beauty
  • The pulchritude of the model is overwhelming! I’m blinded by such beauty!
  • Synonyms-beauty or good looks
  • Antonyms- ugly or foul

Oh my god! Flowers! (feminine voice)

ok now you finished all the vocab
OK, NOW YOU FINISHED ALL THE VOCAB!
  • THIS CALLS FOR CELEBRATION!!!!!!!

ACHOO!

TO NARNIA!!

“Like a g6 like a g6…”