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English Lesson 17

TermDefinition
abominable nasty;disgusting
authorization official permission or approval
crucial extremely important
evaluate figure out value, quality, or meaning
fiery 1. made of fire 2.like fire in color or temperature 3.having or showing strong emotion 4.excitable
Implication something that is hinted at or suggested at but not directly expressed
Knead 1.to prepare material, such as clay, by repeatedly pressing and folding it 2. to press,rub,or squeeze with the hands; to massage
Picturesque like a picture; fit for a picture
Predator 1. an animal that kills and eats other animals 2.lives by taking advantage of others;like a pirate
Provoke 1.to anger or annoy 2.to stir up action or feeling
Reiterate to say more than once, often for emphasis
Saturate 1.to soak completely 2. cause to be filled so much no more can be held
Sediment Matter that settles to the bottom of the liquid
Thunderstruck shocked or amazed
Ulterior deliberately concealed or kept hidden
Created by: s732268