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Vocabulary Words 1-10 bsms 7th period cof 2019 Keaton Steele
Transcript of Vocabulary Words 1-10 bsms 7th period cof 2019 Keaton Steele
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Deff: An opponent or enemy
Deff: Self-confidence, especially in a difficult situation; poise; assurance
Deff: Anxious or fearful; uneasy
Deff: The ability to learn or understand something quickly
Deff: Giving attention to something; paying careful attention to the comfort or concerns of others; considerate
Deff: To force to leave a country or place; exile
Deff: (noun) A usually temporary structure set up, as across, a route of access, to block the passage of an enemy or opponent; something that serves as an obstacle, barrier
Deff: (verb) To block an opening or passage with an obstacle or barrier; to enclose or exclude someone by constructing a barricade.
Example: His adversary was no match for him
because of his bigger size in the boxing ring.
Example: She needs to have aplomb in order for
her to win the challenge of jumping over the cliff.
Example: Tom felt apprehensive when he saw the bear coming right at him.
Example: The girls high IQ score showed she had
an aptitude for math and social studies.
Example: The guidance consular was attentive and helped
me solve my issues with other people.
Example: The peasant was banished from the
kingdom for crimes against the royal family.
Example: The barricade will protect me from
my brother entering my room.
Example: We had to barricade our friend into their room
to prevent them from coming out and escaping.
Deff: to engage in a false display of strength or confidence, especially in order to deceive someone
Example: The cowardly lion in "The Wizard of
Oz" bluffed many times about his courage.
Deff: Slightly salty
Example: The pond was brackish so
we couldn't drink out of it.
Deff: To wave or exhibit something in a dramatic or threatening way
Example: The robber brandished his gun at the
people in the bank.