Vocab 9. 1) Abet – to encourage or assist in some way; usually a bad way Randy abetted his friend in stealing pumpkins. 2) Agile – able to move quickly and easily The athlete was very agile. 3) Allot – to assign or distribute as a portion or share
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Randy abetted his friend in stealing pumpkins.
The athlete was very agile.
I usually allot some time before the test to study.
Hawaii has a lot of balmy weather.
The students tend to congregate at the lower courts.
He tried to divert my attention by dropping a book on the floor.
It was a humdrum day.
There was an influx of students at our school.
The design on the dress was intricate.
Whenever I travel, I try to find a nice memento.
Dr. Feldman queried him about his childhood disease.
The fan only worked sporadically.
Peanut butter is a staple in our house.
A tumultuous crowd greeted the visiting athletes.
They began an unseemly argument at the wedding banquet.