Vocab 4. 1) Abhor – to shrink from in disgust We abhor cruelty in all forms. 2) Affable – Pleasant; approachable; gracious Maribel’s affable manner brought her many friends. 3) Amiss – In a wrong, imperfect way; out of order
We abhor cruelty in all forms.
Maribel’s affable manner brought her many friends.
When we first walked in our house, we noticed something was amiss.
She became despondent after the accident.
He entreated his parents for a puppy.
6) Haunt – to stay in one’s mind continually; to appear in form of a ghost
She would haunt his dreams.
The ghost wanted to haunt the school.
The raging current impelled the raft downstream.
We had an interminable wait at the airport.
My grandfather was an irascible man.
The parents of the missing child felt profound joy when they were reunited.
The author became a recluse so that he could finish his book.
We loved to hear our shouts reverberate as we ran through the tunnels.
13) Sage – having wisdom or good judgment; an aromatic spice used in cooking
The old lady had sage advice for the teenager.
We ran out of sage so we could not finish the recipe.
The teacher went on a tirade about her students’ behavior.
In a tremulous voice, the girl started singing.