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TMDG Vocab 2

Solicitous concerned, caring, attentive or interested
Solicitous The broker was _____ to his customer's words.
Grotesque repulsively ugly or disturbing
Grotesque The meat shop smelled ____.
Channel an area of water connecting 2 bodies of water
Channel The English ___ is a busy section of water that connects France to England.
Elude skillful escape, evade
Elude The spy's ___ from the chamber was sure to help him.
Invariably always, in every case
Invariably It seemed to the teacher that her students would ___ fail tests.
Placid still, calm or not easily disturbed
Placid The ___ countryside was a natural wonder!
Imperative of vital importance
Imperative It was ____ that the army gathered more soldiers for the fight.
Baying barking or howling loudly
Baying the upset dog was _____loudly for his owner.
Braggart a person who boasts about achievements or possessions.
Braggart Tim was a true ____ when he came to school with an iPhone 6.
Repast a meal, feast, or banquet
Repast My family had a large____ on Thanksgiving evening.
Opiate a drug used to relieve pain and induce calm
Opiate after his sever head injury, the man needed some _____ to help him.
Ennui (French) boredom, tedium, listlessness
Ennui The woman was filled with _____ whilst listening to the boring radio.
Futile useless, pointless
Futile It was _____ for the kid to try and sneak in some sleep just before going to the bus stop, he could never catch up on so much sleep loss.
Intricate very complicated or detailed
Intricate The _____ instructions in the bicycle manual made it hard for Tim and his dad to repair the chain!
Precariously with uncertainty, instability
Precariously He _____ moved along the lower edge of the building, uncertain of what to expect around the corner.
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