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L. 40 Reading,Voc

Calvert School,L 40 Review,Reading - Vocabulary,Found in Teacher's Manual,6grade

Deftly skillfully
Skeptical tending not to believe to accept tings but to question them
Tenacity tending to stick firmly to any decision, plan, or opinion without changing or doubting it
Laudable admirable and worthy of praise
Diligent showing persistent and hard-working effort in doing something
Anguished feeling or producing extreme anxiety or torment
Elusive tending to evade grasp or pursuit
Dismal showing or causing gloom or depression
Discreet careful to avoid embarrassing or upsetting others
Complacent self-satisfied and unaware of possible dangers
Fervently showing ardent or extremely passionate enthusiasm
Hospitable given to generous and cordial reception of guests
Harrowing causing feelings of fear, horror, or distress
Cowered to cringe or move backward defensively in fear
Infatuated to make somebody behave irrationally as a result of a great, often temporary, passion
Aggravating to upset or anger
Created by: dragondude