adjacent barren dynasty germinate hurtle alight disrupt foretaste humdrum insinuate. More Context Clues. Definition. Context Clues. Synonyms. Part of Speech. Antonyms. Unit One - Words 1-10 - Grade Seven. 100 points - Definition.
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to get down from, step down from; to come down from the air, land
to begin to grow, come into being|
to suggest or hint slyly; to edge into something indirectly
to break up, disturb
a powerful family or group of rulers that maintains its position or power for some time
I got a _______ of public speaking when I had to briefly stand in front of the class and introduce myself.
I think that practicing handwriting is ________. Writing the same letter repeatedly seems like a waste of time.
Writer’s block caused my paper to be ________.
The rebellion _________ as everyone’s emotions riled the crowd into action.
By standing on the fringe of the group and making facial reactions to what was said, she gradually _________ herself into the conversation.
verb and adjective
The humorous actor _________ on the stage with a clumsy plop.
The student’s whiny outburst _______ the teacher’s presentation.
The rocket _______ through the air.
Mrs. Guseman’s classroom is _______ to Mrs. Frow’s.
The New York mobsters formed a ________ and controlled the city for years.