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imminent – adj. Definition: Just about to happen; likely to occur at any moment Example: The weatherman said a snowstorm is imminent due to the cold front coming through. predator - noun. Definition: One that preys or destroys

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imminent adj

imminent – adj.

Definition: Just about to happen; likely to occur at any moment

Example: The weatherman said a snowstorm is imminent due to the cold front coming through.

predator noun

predator - noun

Definition: One that preys or destroys

Example: A lion is a good predator and usually catches what it hunts.

coalesce verb

coalesce - verb

Definition: To grow together, unite, fuse

Example: The two paints began to coalesce until they blended into one color.

exult verb

exult - verb

Definition: To celebrate, to rejoice jubilantly

Example: The crowd exulted with the team after the close victory.

climax noun

climax - noun

The highest point of suspense or interest.

affixes

Affixes

Prefix: micro

Definition: extremely small; minute; restricted or localized in scope or area

Examples: microorganism, microbiology, microburst, microeconomics

Suffix: -or

Definition: a person or thing that does what is expressed by the verb; a condition or property of things or persons; forms nouns

Examples: actor, conductor, sailor, pallor, horror