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Vocab for reading

Vocabulary words for reading

spectator noun: a person who is watching an event.
eliminate verb: to remove, or get rid of, especially as being undesirable.
phenomenon noun: a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed.
random adj: no definite pattern.
astonished adj: to fill with a sudden surprise, or wonder.
condemn verb: an unfavorable or adverse judgment on.
destined adj: determined to do something or be something.
sympathize verb: to be in sympathy, or strong feeling that can be shared with.
in the zone idiom: to be in a positive, good state of mind.
underdog noun: a person who is expected to lose something like a contest.
uncharacteristic adj: not a quality of a person or a thing.
empathy noun: an identification with experiencing the feelings, thoughts, or attitudes of another.
ruled the roost idiom: to be the boss or manager.
idiom noun: an expression whose meaning that's not predictable.
prefix: un not, opposite of.
prefix: mis wrong, not.
unabridged dictionary a dictionary that has not been shortened.
Created by: _briannab44_