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Spelling/Vocabulary #28

Spelling/Vocabulary #29

Spelling/Vocabulary #30

Spelling/Vocabulary #31

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Spelling/Vocabulary #33

Spelling/Vocabulary #34

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Week of March 20 - March 24, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #28: Pages 288-396:

fatigue = extreme weariness or exhaustion.
unseemly = not decent or proper.
reluctantly = unwillingly.
descendant = an immediate or remote offspring of a person.
confines = limits; boundaries.
flustered = nervous or confused.
intense = showing great concentration or determination.
persistent = refusing to give up; continuing stubbornly.
optimistic = hopeful about the future; confident.
defiant = willing to stand up to opposition; bold.
antagonism = hostility; unfriendliness.
incriminate = to cause to appear guilty.
legitimate = in accordance with accepted practices; reasonable.
idiosyncrasy = a personal way of acting; odd mannerism.
contorted = twisted or pulled out of shape.
revive = to become conscious; wake up.
cower = to crouch or shrink down in fear.
consolation = something that comforts.
cunningly = in a clever way that is meant to trick or deceive.
scuttle = to run quickly, with hurried movements.

Week of March 27 - March 31, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #29: Pages 359-408:

flustered = nervous or confused.
intense = showing great concentration or determination.
persistent = refusing to give up; continuing stubbornly.
optimistic = hopeful about the future; confident.
defiant = willing to stand up to opposition; bold.
antagonism = hostility; unfriendliness.
incriminate = to cause to appear guilty.
legitimate = in accordance with accepted practices; reasonable.
idiosyncrasy = a personal way of acting; odd mannerism.
contorted = twisted or pulled out of shape.
revive = to become conscious; wake up.
cower = to crouch or shrink down in fear.
consolation = something that comforts.
cunningly = in a clever way that is meant to trick or deceive.
scuttle = to run quickly, with hurried movements.
barrage = a rapid, heavy attack.
pensively = in a way that suggests deep thought.
perpetual = continual, unending.
unbridled = lacking in restraint or control.
improvise = to speak or perform without preparation.

Week of April 10 - April 14, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #30: Pages 361-411:

antagonism = hostility; unfriendliness.
incriminate = to cause to appear guilty.
legitimate = in accordance with accepted practices; reasonable.
idiosyncrasy = a personal way of acting; odd mannerism.
contorted = twisted or pulled out of shape.
revive = to become conscious; wake up.
cower = to crouch or shrink down in fear.
consolation = something that comforts.
cunningly = in a clever way that is meant to trick or deceive.
scuttle = to run quickly, with hurried movements.
barrage = a rapid, heavy attack.
pensively = in a way that suggests deep thought.
perpetual = continual, unending.
unbridled = lacking in restraint or control.
improvise = to speak or perform without preparation.
dispel = to scatter; get rid of.
feint = to make a pretend attack in order to draw attention away from one's real purpose.
bedlam = a noisy confusion.
evading = avoiding; escaping.
game = ready and willing to proceed.

Week of April 17 - April 21, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #31: Pages 387-422:

revive = to become conscious; wake up.
cower = to crouch or shrink down in fear.
consolation = something that comforts.
cunningly = in a clever way that is meant to trick or deceive.
scuttle = to run quickly, with hurried movements.
barrage = a rapid, heavy attack.
pensively = in a way that suggests deep thought.
perpetual = continual, unending.
unbridled = lacking in restraint or control.
improvise = to speak or perform without preparation.
dispel = to scatter; get rid of.
feint = to make a pretend attack in order to draw attention away from one's real purpose.
bedlam = a noisy confusion.
evading = avoiding; escaping.
game = ready and willing to proceed.
vigil = a time of staying awake in order to keep watch or guard something.
wan = sickly; pale.
gaudy = excessively bright and showy.
aggrievedly = in a manner suggesting that one has been badly treated.
convalescing = recovering gradually from an illness.

Week of April 24 - April 28, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #32: Pages 405-430:

barrage = a rapid, heavy attack.
pensively = in a way that suggests deep thought.
perpetual = continual, unending.
unbridled = lacking in restraint or control.
improvise = to speak or perform without preparation.
dispel = to scatter; get rid of.
feint = to make a pretend attack in order to draw attention away from one's real purpose.
bedlam = a noisy confusion.
evading = avoiding; escaping.
game = ready and willing to proceed.
vigil = a time of staying awake in order to keep watch or guard something.
wan = sickly; pale.
gaudy = excessively bright and showy.
aggrievedly = in a manner suggesting that one has been badly treated.
convalescing = recovering gradually from an illness.
tantalizing = arousing interest without satisfying it.
susceptible = easily affected or influenced.
incalculable = too great to be measured or counted.
forage = to search for what one wants or needs, especially for food.
chaos = extreme confusion or disorder.

Week of May 1 - May 5, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #33: Pages 409-438:

dispel = to scatter; get rid of.
feint = to make a pretend attack in order to draw attention away from one's real purpose.
bedlam = a noisy confusion.
evading = avoiding; escaping.
game = ready and willing to proceed.
vigil = a time of staying awake in order to keep watch or guard something.
wan = sickly; pale.
gaudy = excessively bright and showy.
aggrievedly = in a manner suggesting that one has been badly treated.
convalescing = recovering gradually from an illness.
tantalizing = arousing interest without satisfying it.
susceptible = easily affected or influenced.
incalculable = too great to be measured or counted.
forage = to search for what one wants or needs, especially for food.
chaos = extreme confusion or disorder.
devastating = extremely destructive.
multitude = a very great number.
antidote = something that prevents the evil effects of something else; remedy.
impetus = a force that produces motion or action; impulse.
incorporate = to make part of another thing; merge.

Week of May 8 - May 12, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #34: Pages 417-461:

vigil = a time of staying awake in order to keep watch or guard something.
wan = sickly; pale.
gaudy = excessively bright and showy.
aggrievedly = in a manner suggesting that one has been badly treated.
convalescing = recovering gradually from an illness.
tantalizing = arousing interest without satisfying it.
susceptible = easily affected or influenced.
incalculable = too great to be measured or counted.
forage = to search for what one wants or needs, especially for food.
chaos = extreme confusion or disorder.
devastating = extremely destructive.
multitude = a very great number.
antidote = something that prevents the evil effects of something else; remedy.
impetus = a force that produces motion or action; impulse.
incorporate = to make part of another thing; merge.
tactic = a method used to accomplish something; strategy.
clamor = a loud noise; uproar.
lithe = bending easily; gracefully flexible.
mimicry = an imitation.
cavorting = leaping about; prancing.

Week of May 15 - May 19, 2017:
Spelling / Vocabulary #35: Pages 423-465:

tantalizing = arousing interest without satisfying it.
susceptible = easily affected or influenced.
incalculable = too great to be measured or counted.
forage = to search for what one wants or needs, especially for food.
chaos = extreme confusion or disorder.
devastating = extremely destructive.
multitude = a very great number.
antidote = something that prevents the evil effects of something else; remedy.
impetus = a force that produces motion or action; impulse.
incorporate = to make part of another thing; merge.
tactic = a method used to accomplish something; strategy.
clamor = a loud noise; uproar.
lithe = bending easily; gracefully flexible.
mimicry = an imitation.
cavorting = leaping about; prancing.
contempt = a feeling of disgust at something worthless; scorn; disrespect.
indifference = a lack of concern or interest.
irate = very angry.
refuge = a place of safety.
brashness = foolish daring; recklessness.