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CHIDE (verb) To scold, reprove LINK: LIED. “When Robert threw his toys against the wall, his father CHIDED him for his bad temper.”. 2. SPURN (verb) To reject with disdain LINK: BURN. “Andrew never asked Shannon out on a date for fear that she would SPURN him.”. 3. FEIGN (verb)

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CHIDE (verb)

To scold, reprove

LINK: LIED

“WhenRobertthrew his toys against the wall, his father CHIDED him for his bad temper.”

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2. SPURN (verb)

To reject with disdain

LINK: BURN

“Andrew never asked Shannon out on a date for fear that she would SPURN him.”

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3. FEIGN (verb)

To give a false appearance; to pretend

LINK: INSANE

“JessicaFEIGNED illness in order to stay home from school on the day of her final exam in math.”

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4. DAMPER (noun)

One that depresses or restrains

LINK: DAMP PAW

“The family was excited about their vacation until their father put DAMPER on their plans, saying there was no money for a trip.”

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5. SCAPEGOAT (noun)

One who is made an object of blame for others

LINK: GOAT

“Evan was always the SCAPEGOAT, taking blame for whatever happened, whether he was at fault or not.”

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6. HUSBANDRY (noun)

Management of resources, especially

in agriculture

LINK: HUSBAND TREE

“Everyone in our squad HUSBANDED their share of water for the long trek back to the barracks.”

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7. SPUR (verb/noun)

To move to action; an incentive

LINK: SPURS

“Coach Wheeler told her players that her job was not only to teach them, but to SPUR them to do their best.”

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8. TRUCULENT (adjective)

Inclined toward conflict; eager to fight

LINK: TRUCK YOU LENT

“A TRUCULENT attitude seldom wins friends or influences people in a positive way.”

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9. DEBACLE (noun)

A sudden calamitous downfall or failure

LINK: THE BUCKLE

“It was an absolute DEBACLE when the Angels lost to theYankeesin the playoffs last year.”

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10. OPTIMUM (adjective)

The most advantageous; the best condition

LINK: OCTOPUS MOM

“Jaynasaid she had the OPTIMUM job, working at home on the computer and watching soap operas.”