Antigone Oedipus’ crazy daughter
Adjective: lucky auspicious We took the rainbow to be an auspicious sign that good weather was on the way.
Verb: damaged defiled When Steven spilled juice on Tom’s baseball card album, he knew that he was dead meat because he had defiledhis brother’s most prized possession.
edict In his edict, the king declared that all travel within the country was banned because of the Black Plague. Noun: order, pronouncement, law, judgment
Adjective: nimble, thin, agile, flexible lithe It is important for a gymnast to have a lithe body, or difficult maneuvers would be impossible.
Adjective: satisfied, gratified, fulfilled sated After eating the entire pizza, we were completely sated.
compulsive Adjective: uncontrollable I think that Tammy is a compulsive liar. It seems like she can’t tell the truth..
dirge Noun: sad song Instead of playing a dirgeat the woman’s funeral, the choir sang an upbeat song that reflected her cheerful spirit.
lamentation Noun: complaints, cries When the child discovered her dead hamster, her lamentation filled the neighborhood.
perverse The seventh grader drew a perversecartoon of his teacher as a walrus. Adjective: mean, wrongful, wicked
Noun: violation, misbehavior transgression I had to apologize to my neighbor for the transgression of destroying her favorite flowerbed.