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Vocab Blue Unit 7

Vocab Blue 5th Grade Unit 7

WordDefinitionSynonymsAntonyms
compose v. to be or make up the parts of, form; to create or write; to calm or quiet one's mind to produce, invent; to still, settle to annoy, disturb
considerable adj. fairly large in size or extent; worth of attention great, sizable, major, important small, slight, negligible
deputy n. one chosen to help or take the place of another or to act in that person's absence an assistant, aid, substitute
industrious adj. busy, working steadily active, occupied, energetic, untiring lazy, idle, loafing, slow
jolt v. to shake up roughly; to move along in a jerky or bumpy fashion; n. a sudden bump or jerk; a shock or surprise v. to jar, rattle, hit; n. a lurch, bounce
loot v. to rob by force or violence, especially during war or time of unrest; n. valuable things that have been stolen or taken by force v. to steal, plunder; n. prize, spoils
rejoice v. to feel joy or great delight; to make joyful to celebrate, cheer to grieve, mourn
reliable adj. deserving trust, dependable faithful, proven, trustworthy unreliable, questionable, fickle
senseless adj. lacking meaning, stupid or foolish; without use of the senses ridiculous, silly, illogical, birdbrained; unconscious brilliant, clever, smart
shrivel v. to shrink and wrinkle, especially from heat, cold, or dryness to wither, dry, contract to expand, enlarge, swell
barrier n. something that blocks the way; an obstacle an obstruction, fence, wall, blockade, safeguard an opening, passage
calculate v. to find out by using mathematics, reckon; to find out by reasoning, estimate to gauge, figure, determine, judge
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