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Vocab 7 - orange


accurate without errors, completely correct, conforming to the truth
alert watchful and ready to act; quick to understand and act
alert readiness; an alarm; a time when an alarm is in effect
alert to warn or make aware of
ancestor a family member who lived at an earlier time
disaster a terrible event that brings great damage or suffering; a great loss
elementary related to the simplest or beginning level of something
envy resentment for what someone has; a person or object that is envied
envy to resent and want what someone else has
epidemic spreading to a very large group at the same time; contagious
epidemic a rapid widespread outbreak of a disease
feeble having little strength or force; without energy or authority
penetrate to enter or force a way through or into; to see into
romp spirited, carefree, or noisy fun; something that suggests merry play
romp to run or play in a lively or carefree way; to win easily
staple a u-shaped wire that fastens material by piercing and bending; a major product, material, part, or item regularly used
staple to fasten with staples
staple chief, principal; needed or used regularly
survive to stay alive or continue to exist; to keep on going; to live longer than
Created by: amygor34