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Unit 12 vocab

vocabulary

TermDefinition
BRISTLE a stiff short hair or fiber to havehair standing on end to show anger
CIRCULAR in some way like a circle, round, in direct a leaflet or printed advertisement meant to be given to many people
COARSE low, common, or poor quality; made of comparatively large parts; rough to the touch; using bad manners or rude language
DISCARD to get rid of or throw away something that is cast of or thrown away
EXTREME to the highest or greatest degree;exaggerated;farthest possible the highest, farthest or greatest;one end of range
FOCUS sharpness or clarity;the center of activity or interest to correct for sharpness and clarity;to concentrate
GRASP to take hold with the arms or hands;to take eagerly;to understand the ability to achieve;understanding
INSPIRE to guide, excite, uplift, or encourage;to bring about or cause
MAGNIFY to increase in importance, exaggerate;to make bigger
MARINE related to the sea or the seagoing branches of the armed forces a soldier who serves on a ship, a member of the U.S marine corps
QUAKE to shake or move back and forth;to tremble a shaking back and forth or trembling;an earth Quake
TROUBLESOME difficult;causing annoyance,bother or worry
Created by: gracieeg2024