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Vocabulary Week 2 . Week 2 Day 1. Religion Halt Battle. Answer Day 1. Religion – the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, esp. a personal God or gods. "ideas about the relationship between science and religion" synonyms : faith ,  belief ,  worship ,  creed.

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week 2 day 1
Week 2 Day 1
  • Religion
  • Halt
  • Battle
answer day 1
Answer Day 1
  • Religion –
  • the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, esp. a personal God or gods.
  • "ideas about the relationship between science and religion"
  • synonyms: faith, 
  • belief, worship, creed
answer day 11
Answer Day 1
  • Halt – {hôlt}verb
  • 1.bring or come to an abrupt stop.
  • "there is growing pressure to halt the bloodshed"
  • Synonyms : stop
answer day 12
Answer Day 1
  • bat·tle – {batl}
  • Verb 1. fight or struggle tenaciously to achieve or resist something.
  • "he has been battling against the illness"
  • synonyms:fight, combat, contend with
  • Noun 1. a sustained fight between large, organized armed forces.
  • "the Battle of Shiloh"
  • synonyms:fight, armed conflict, clash, struggle, skirmish, engagement, fray, duel;
week 2 day 2
Week 2 Day 2
  • Persecute
  • Govern
  • Aqueduct
answer day2
Answer Day2
  • Persecute - per·se·cute - pərsəˌkyo͞ot/ Verb
  • 1.subject (someone) to hostility and ill-treatment, esp. because of their race or political or religious beliefs.
  • "his followers were persecuted by the authorities"
  • Synonyms : oppress, abuse, victimize, illtreat,  mistreat,  maltreat,  tyrannize, torment, torture
answer day 2
Answer Day 2
  • Govern - gov·ern - gəvərn / verb
  • 1.conduct the policy, actions, and affairs of a state, organization, or people.
  • "he was incapable of governing the country"
  • synonyms:rule, preside over, reign over, control, be in charge of, command, lead,dominate
answer day 21
Answer Day 2
  • Aqueduct - aq·ue·duct - ˈäkwəˌdəkt,ˈak- / noun
  • 1. an artificial channel for conveying water, typically in the form of a bridge supported by tall columns across a valley.
  • Synonyms : conduit, race, channel, chute, 

watercourse, sluice, sluiceway, spillway

week 2 day 3
Week 2 Day 3
  • Foreign
  • Domestic
answer day 3
Answer Day 3
  • Foreign - for·eign - ˈfôrən,ˈfär-/adjective
  • 1. of, from, in, or characteristic of a country or language other than one's own.
  • "a foreign language"
  • synonyms: overseas, exotic, distant, external, alien, nonnative
  • 2. strange and unfamiliar.
  • "I suppose this all feels pretty foreign to you"
  • synonyms:unfamiliar, unknown, unheard of, strange, alien;
answer day3
Answer Day3
  • Domestic - do·mes·tic - dəˈmestik/ adjective
  • 1. of or relating to the running of a home or to family relations.
  • 2. existing or occurring inside a particular country; not foreign or international.
  • Synonyms : family, home, householdnational, home, internal
week 2 day 4
Week 2 Day 4
  • Peninsula
  • Republic
answer day 4
Answer Day 4
  • Peninsula - pen·in·su·la {pəˈninsələ} noun
  • 1. A long piece of land with water on 3 sides.
  • Synonyms :
  • promontory, point, 

Head, headland, foreland, 

ness, bill, bluff

answer day 41
Answer Day 4
  • Republic - re·pub·lic {riˈpəblik} noun
  • 1. A state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch.