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Level E-6 Crawford

Sadlier-Oxford Level E Unit 6

QuestionAnswer
explicit 1. In accordance with fact or the primary meaning of a term. 2. clearly expressed, to make very clear
officious 1. meddling; excessively forward in offering services or assuming authority 2. extremely eager to offer help or advice, bossy
solace 1. Give moral or emotional strength to. 2. Consolation; something that gives comfort. 3. relief from sorrow or disappointment; comfort.
brandish 1. Move or swing back and forth. 2. to swing, shake, flourish
extirpate 1. To remove by surgery. 2. To pull up by the stem or root. 3. To destroy completely.
ominous 1. foretelling evil 2. evil 3. telling of trouble to come; threatening.
deft 1. Quick and skillful in movement. 2. skillful; quick and sure - to know what you're doing
destitute 1. Poor enough to need help from others. 2. Without funds or belongings to care for oneself.
inopportune 1. coming at a bad time; not appropriate 2. Not opportune; not being a good opportunity
ironic 1. Meaning the opposite of what is expressed. 2. The difference between what is expected and what actually happens.
musty 1. Stale and unclean smelling. 2. Bad odor or taste from the effects of dryness or mildew.
pinnacle 1. A lofty peak. 2. the highest point of achievement; a lofty peak
premeditated 1. Fully planned beforehand; deliberate. 2. Think about and plan way ahead 3. planned in advance; especially a crime that was planned in advance
rampant 1. Threateningly wild, without restraint or control; widespread. 2. Exceeding or growing without control; wild in actions.
stately 1. Of size and dignity suggestive of a statue. 2. lowly, humble, servile, abject 3. appearing important and worthy of respect
supple 1. Gracefully slender; moving and bending with ease. 2. Flexible, as of leather and skins 3. bending with agility; readily adaptable; servile
suppress 1. Come down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority. 2. To inhibit the expression of; check. 3. contain, smother or to restrain
venal 1. corrupt, open to bribery. 2. dishonest, corrupt, immoral, unethical, crooked
Accede 1. to consent, concur, comply 2. to yield to; to assume an office or dignity
comprise 1. The land he conquered comprised several provinces. 2. to form; to make up 3. to consist of or include
Created by: crawfka