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5th - Lesson 9 WW

Wordly Wise Lesson 9

Absurd Adjective, SO unreasonable as to be laughable; foolish or silly.
Accomplish Verb, to do something by making an effort; to complete successfully.
Accomplishment Noun, Something requiring skill and determination that is completed successfully.
Ascend Verb, to rise, usually in a steady way.
Dense Adjective, Tightly packed, crowded close together / thick, hard to see through / stupid
Experiment Noun, a test to prove or discover something. Verb, to carry out experiments or to try out new ideas.
Flimsy Adjective, Easily damaged or broken; not strongly made. Not believable.
Heroic Adjective, very brave; showing great courage
Lumber Noun, wood that has been sawed into boards. Verb, to move in a clumsy or heavy way.
Mimic Verb, to copy or imitate closely / to make fun of by imitating. Noun, one to can imitate sounds, speed or actions.
Significant Adjective, important; full of meaning
Significance Noun, the quality of being important or giving meaning.
Soar Verb, to fly high in the sky / to rise suddenly
Spectator Noun, a person who watches an activity / an onlooker
Suspend Verb, to hang while attached to something above. To stop before going on. To bar from working.
Terminate Verb, to bring or to come to an end.
Unwieldy Adjective, hard to handle or control because of large size or heaviness.
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