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9th Week 5 Vocab

Colossal so great in size or force of extent as to elicit awe
Delighted greatly pleased
Whimsical determined by chance or impulse rather than by necessity
Analogy drawing a comparison in order to show similarity
Brine a strong solution of salt and water used for pickling
Weight the vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity
Meet come together
Ramble move about aimlessly or without any destination
Dally behave carelessly or indifferently
Vertigo a reeling sensation; a feeling that you are about to fall.
Infrared EM radiation with longer wavelengths than visible light
White light the portion of the EM Spectrum that can be detected by the eye.
Reflection a change in the direction of a wave when it hits a barrier and bounces back
Refraction a change in the direction and velocity which occurs when a seismic or electromagnetic wave travels from one material into another of different density, state, or elasticity
Diffraction a change in direction of light or sound waves around objects in their paths
Created by: Mason Science