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W.W. Book 2 Lesson 1

To make familiar Accustom
Usual Accustomed
Used To Accustomed
Watchful; wide-awake Alert
To warn to be ready Alert
A warning signal Alert
To select for a position or for what has to be done. Assign
To give out, as a piece of work to be done. Assign
Whatever is given out as work to be done. Assignment
To move or shift. Budge
Big and Strongly built. Burly
One who spends time or does things with one another. Companion
Getting along well together Compatible
A general idea or thought about something. Concept
To draw one's thoughts or attention away from the subject at hand. Distract
Something that draws one's thoughts or attention away. Distraction
To push or shove. Jostle
Doing what one is asked or told. Obedient
The state or condition of doing what one is told. Obedience
Something that prevents one from moving forward. Obstacle
Willing to wait without complaining. Patient
A person in a doctor's care. Patient
A willingness to wait for someone or something without complaining. Patience
A person who is waling; someone traveling on foot. Pedestrian
To stop working because one has reached a certain age. Retire
To go to bed. Retire
The state of no longer working. Retirement
Created by: wvolkworks