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Wordly Wise Lesson 8

QuestionAnswer
Accompany 1. To go along with; to be together 2. To play a musical instrument for or with
Beneficial Being of use; helpful; favorable
Captive n. One that is held prisoner adj. Unable to escape or get away
Convenient Suitable for one's needs; making life easier or more comfortable
Ecstasy A strong feeling of emotion; especially joy
Expanse A wide, open area or surface; a stretch
Expedition 1. A long journey by a group to explore or do battle 2. A group that makes such a journey
Inept 1. Clumsily or awkwardly expressed; not suitable for the occasion 2. Lacking in skill or ability
Interpret 1. To translate into another language 2. To explain the meaning of 3. To understand in one's own way
Invaluable Too valuable to measure; priceless
Linger To be slow in leaving or going away
Retrieve 1. To get back; to recover 2. To find and bring back
Skirmish n. A minor fight or battle v. To take part in such a fight
Supplement n. Something added to make up for something missing v. To add to
Territory 1. A particular area of land 2. A land area under control of a particular group or government
Created by: TeacherLisa