Vocabulary Week 32 - TIRE DEALERS

Vocabulary Week 32 - TIRE DEALERS

Vocabulary Week of April 1 st 5 th

Goal: to learn a new word, its part of speech, and to use it correctly in an original sentence. Vocabulary Word of the Day Monday, April 1st aestheti

People who are sensitive to aesthetic will often be very upset by ugly surroundings. Please guess the definition concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty; of pleasing appearance aesthetic is an adjective OR a noun Synonyms: artistic, tasteful Antonym: ugly

Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day camarader In many sports camaraderie is vitally important to the success of the team. Please guess the definition

mutual trust and friendship among people who spend a lot of time together camaraderie is a noun Synonyms: friendship, comradeship Antonym: enmity Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day Tuesday, April 2nd

censure If his boss has to censure him again, he will certainly lose his job. Please guess the definition express severe disapproval of (someone or something), typically in a formal statement censure is a verb

Synonyms: condemn, criticize Antonym: praise Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day clairvoyant In the late 19th century, many

charlatans claimed to possess clairvoyant abilities which allowed them to speak to spirits. Please guess the definition having an ability to perceive events in the future or beyond normal sensory contact clairvoyant is an adjective (but can also be a noun) Synonyms: psychic, visionary Antonym: N/A

Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day Wednesday, April 3rd extenuatin Many people would agree that extenuating circumstances should be

considered when considering the consequences for ones actions. Please guess the definition conditions that make (guilt or an offense) seem less serious or more forgivable extenuating is an adjective Synonyms: excusable, allowable Antonym: inexcusable

Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day novice Generally novices in the trade professions are assigned a mentor to help them learn the necessary skills to

be successful in their field. Please guess the definition a person new to or inexperienced in a field or situation novice is a noun Synonyms: beginner, newcomer Antonym: veteran Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly.

Review these words for the quiz: novice extenuating clairvoyant censure aesthetic camaraderie

blanch bemuse belabor antiquated Vocabulary Word of the Day Thursday, April 4th

opulent He enjoyed opulent surroundings, and would only stay in the fanciest and most expensive hotels and resorts. Please guess the definition flashily rich and luxurious or over-the-top opulent is an adjective Synonyms: wealthy, lavish

Antonym: subdued Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day parched The parched earth offered no

sustenance for the withered plants. Please guess the definition dried out with heat parched is an adjective Synonyms: dry, dehydrated Antonym: saturated Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly.

Vocabulary Word of the Day Friday, April 5th precociou She had always been a precocious child; by the age of five she was speaking three languages fluently. Please guess the definition

(of a child) having developed certain abilities or tendencies at an earlier age than usual precocious is an adjective Synonyms: mature, gifted Antonym: immature Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly. Vocabulary Word of the Day

prudent It wouldnt be prudent to invest all of your savings in a high-risk venture. Please guess the definition marked by sound judgement prudent is an adjective Synonyms: wise, sensible

Antonym: foolish Now please write a sentence with context clues and use the word correctly.

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