Level E-7 Crawford Word Scramble
|C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S|
|abhor ||1. v. To shrink from in disgust; to detest.
2. adj: abhorrent: Disgusting; causing loathing. |
|amend ||1. to change in an official manner
2. To change by adding, removing, or altering. |
|bellicose ||1. Warlike, aggressive, quarrelsome.
2. likely to fuss or fight. |
|belligerent ||1. hostile; aggressive; fond of fighting
2. given to fighting or hostile behavior |
|buffet ||1. a variety of food items to select from
2. meal in which dinners serve themselves |
|chaos ||A state of extreme confusion and disorder. |
|clarify || to explain clearly; to make something easier to understand|
|cohesion ||1. The state of cohering or sticking together.
2. The tendency to stick together. |
|commodious ||having plenty of space to move around freely; roomy|
|corrosive ||1. Of a substance, especially a strong acid; capable of destroying or eating away by chemical action.
2. able to weaken or wear down|
|discern ||1. distinguish clearly (by sight or mind)
2. see, make out, recognize|
|eliminating ||1. Dismiss from consideration.
2. getting rid of, doing away with |
|evidence ||stand as proof of, giving proof |
|extant ||Still in existence; not extinct or destroyed or lost. "extant manuscripts"|
|implicate ||1. Impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result.
2. To imply that someone has done something. |
|inter ||1. Place in a grave or tomb.
2. to bury; to consign to oblivion
1. Someone who demands exact conformity to rules and forms.
2. a strict disciplinarian; a stickler for the rules|
|obviate ||1. Do away with.
2. to anticipate and dispose of effectively;to render unnecessary.|
|pertinent ||1. Having precise or logical relevance to the matter at hand. "a list of articles pertinent to the discussion"
2. Relevant; clearly pertaining to a subject. |
|relevant ||1. clear importance to a matter
2. reveal or describes what is important|
|renegade ||1. Someone who rebels and becomes and outlaw.
A disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc. |
|reprehensible ||1. deserving of blame, rebuke, or censure
2. blameworthy, deserving to be scolded |
|salient ||easily seen or notices; conspicuous; noticeable; prominent|
|somber ||1. Lacking brightness or color; dull. "children in somber brown clothes"
2. gloomy and sad; solemn and serious |
|squalid ||1. Dirty or lack of care.
2. (adj.) filthy, wretched, debased |
|turbulent ||1. adjective: characterized by unrest or disorder
2. violently agitated; disorderly; stormy |
|vociferous ||Conspicuously and offensively loud; given to vehement outcry. "a vociferous mob"|
|voluminous ||1. Having great bulk or volume; ample.
2. Filling or capable of filling many volumes|
|waive ||1. to set aside a right or rule
2. to put off temporarily, defer |