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2 Lesson V

Lessib 2 Reading Enrichment

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Cliche noun a phrase that is no longer very effective or meaningful because of being used too often.
Commend verb to speak of with approval; to praise
Competent adjective able to do something
Deception noun a trick ot lie something that deceives
Drudgery noun dull, uninteresting work
Erode verb to wear away slowly
Falter verb 1 to hesitate to not go straight onward to lose courage to speak in a hesitating way to stammer
Hoard noun a stored supply, often hidden verb to store up for future use to collect often in a greedy way
Intimidate verb to frighten to influence by fear
Jubilant adjective feeling great joy filled with gladness and rejoicing happy enough to shout
Luscious adjective delicious extremely sweet and pleasing to any of the senses
Offend verb to cause (someone) to feel hurt or angry; to insult
Retrieve verb to get back to recover
Steadfast adjective firm and unchanging Loyal true
Tact noun the ability to deal with difficult situations without making people feel hurt or insulted
Created by: ncobarde863