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WWW 6 lesson 3

Bulldogs grade 5

Abundant Adj:More than enough plentiful.Noun:A great amount
Arid Adj:Having little or no rainfall, very dry
Distinct Adj:Not the same very different or separate unmistakable, Definite
Graze V:To touch lightly in passing.To feed on growing grass
Hectic Adj:Full of feverish activity, haste or confusion
Horde N:A large group or amount, especially one on the move
Humid Adj:Having a large amount of water or moisture in the air
Humidity N: The amount of moisture in the air
Incredible Adj:Hard or impossible to believe
Inhibit V: To live in or on
Inhabitant N:A person or animal that lives in a certain place
Peninsula N:A piece of land connected to a larger land mass that juts out and is almost completely surrounded by water
Rural N:Of or related to the country and the people that live there
Sanctuary N:A place of safety or shelter Protection offered by such a place
Splendor N:Magnificence,brilliance of appearance. Very impressive, magnificent
Squalor N:Filth, misery Adj:Dirty and unfit for living,especially as a result of neglect
Terrain N:An area of land a region.The surface areas of a region
Created by: Rebecca Bailey