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Voc.Level B Unit 1-

Level B Unit 1-Chase

worddefinitionsynonymsantonyms
adjacent near, next to, adjoining alongside, nearby, neighboring faraway, distant, remote
alight to get down from, or lighted up dismount, descend, land, touch down mount, ascend, board, takeoff
barren not productive, bare unproductive, sterile, desolate, arid fertile, productive, fruitful
disrupt to break up, disturb upset, displace, disorder organize, arrange
dynasty a powerful family or group that stays in power for some time ruling house, regime
foretaste an advance indication, sample or warning preview, anticipation
germinate to begin to grow, come into being sprout, shoot up, grow, burgeon stagnate, shrivel up
humdrum ordinary, dull, routine, without variation monotonous,uneventful, prosaic exhilarating,lively, exciting
hurtle to rush violently, dash headlong speed, fly, race, catapult, fling crawl, creep
insinuate to suggest or hint slyly imply, intimate barge in, broadcast
interminable endless, so long as to seem endless never-ending, ceaseless brief, short, fleeting
interrogate to ask questions, examine by questioning question,query
recompense to payback, or a payment for loss, service or injury repay, compensate
renovate to repair, restore to good condition repair, fix up, recondition
resume a brief summary, a short written account of qualifications for a job synopsis, job history
sullen silent or brooding because of ill humor grumpy, surly, peevish, morose cheerful, blithe, sociable, vivacious
trickle to flow or fall by drops or in a small stream dribble, small amt. gush, pour, flood, deluge
trivial not important, minor, ordinary insignificant, petty, trifling important, momentous, weighty
truce a pause in fighting, temporary peace cease-fire, armistice warfare, war, fighting
vicious evil, bad, spiteful, painfully severe or extreme wicked, malicious,savage good, kind, kindly, mild, harmless
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