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2nd Reading Stack

Reading Vocabulary to study.

WordPart of SpeechDefinition
Iridescent Adjective Showing amazing colors that seem to change when seen at different angles.
Emblazoned Verb Inscribed and/or displayed on something.
Unidentifiable Adjective Unable to be known, unable for details to be known, and/or untraceable.
Careened Verb Moved quickly and/or uncontrollably.
Ornery Adjective Foul, unpleasant, and/or vile.
Cultivate Verb Try to get and/or develop.
Ornery Adjective Sat, stood, and/or lay lazily.
Precariously Adverb Dangerously and/or threateningly.
Eccentric Adjective Not ordinary, but odd and/or peculiar.
Inquisitively Adverb Curiously.
Precariously Adverb Observant, having or showing sensitive and/or aware insight
Disheveled Adjective Disordered, untidy, and/or unkept.
Off-kilter Adjective Not in perfect balance.
Alibi Noun An excuse.
Menagerie Noun A varied mixture.
Castoffs Noun Things that were thrown away.
Kamikaze Adjective Reckless and/or self-destructive.
Keel Verb Turn over and/or fall over.
Created by: stevensnc