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Definitions and Connections HW

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Transcript of Definitions and Connections HW

Definitions and Connections HW
Mottled (noun)
spotted or blotched in coloring.
Recumbent (noun)
lying down; reclining; leaning
Connection
If someone mottled can be spotted or blotched in color they could also be lying down.
Connection
You might be feeling ill while you view an object with close attention
Morosely (noun)
gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood.
Contemplated (adj.)
to look at or view with continued attention; observe or study thoughtfully: to contemplate the stars.
Imperiously (adj.)
domineering in a haughty manner; dictatorial; overbearing: an imperious manner; an imperious person.
Dejectedly (adj.)
depressed in spirits; disheartened; low-spirited: The dejected expression on the face of the loser spoiled my victory.
Connection
If someone is depressed in spirits or downhearted they could act on a haughty manner.
Scourges (noun)
a whip or lash, especially for the infliction of punishment or torture.
Pugnacious (noun)
inclined to quarrel or fight readily; quarrelsome; belligerent; combative.
Connection
You might be whipped or lashed for punishment for having a combative attitude.
Connection
You might lessen the merit of the reputation of a swamp like region by disparaging ideas.
Slough (noun)
an area of soft, muddy ground; swamp or swamp like region.
Derogatory (adj.)
tending to lessen the merit or reputation of a person or thing; disparaging; deprecatory: a derogatory remark.
Plaintively (adj.)
expressing sorrow or melancholy mournful: a plaintive melody.
Archly (noun)
in an arch or roguish manner.
Connection
You might express sorrow in a roguish manner
Apprehensive (adj.)
uneasy or fearful about something that might happen: apprehensive for the safety of the mountain climbers.
Gravity (noun)
the force of attraction by which terrestrial bodies tend to fall toward the center of the earth.
Connection
If you are apprehensive for the safety of spacemen you might also be apprehensive for the force of gravity in space
Connection
You can run with quick hasty steps while you are being deeply absorbed my a desert storm
Scuttled (verb)
to run with quick, hasty steps; scurry
Raptly (adj.)
deeply engrossed or absorbed: a rapt listener.
Reprehensible (noun)
deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy.
Bemused: (noun)
bewildered or confused.
Connection
If someone wants and deserves reproof he might be feeling bewildered
Wryly (adj.)
produced by a distortion or lopsidedness of the facial features: a wry grin.
Aloof (adj.)
reserved or reticent; indifferent; disinterested: Because of his shyness, he had the reputation of being aloof.
Connection
Because of someones facial features he might develop a reputation of being aloof.
Connection
If someone is able of removing hostility they might find a way of removing a suspicious color such as fawning.
light yellowish-brown (color).
Disarming (adj.)
removing or capable of removing hostility, suspicion, etc., as by being charming: a disarming smile.
Indignation (noun)
strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base; righteous anger.
Averted (verb)
to turn away or aside: to avert one's eyes.
Connection
If someone has a strong displeasure at something they might wanna turn away or leave.
Fawning (noun)
Jeering (verb)
to speak or shout derisively; scoff or gibe rudely: Don't jeer unless you can do better.
Complacently (adj.)
pleased, especially with oneself or one's merits, advantages, situation, etc., often without awareness of some potential danger or defect; self-satisfied: The voters are too complacent to change the government.
Connection
You might feel pleased in an specific situation and jeer for excitement.
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You can be writhed by an another person and feel a lot of pain once he did it in a violent manner
twisted in a violent manner; distorted.
Writhed (verb)
to twist the body about, or squirm, as in pain, violent effort, etc.
Hovered (verb)
to hang fluttering or suspended in the air: The helicopter hovered over the building.
Sniveled: (verb)
to run at the nose; have a runny nose: She sniveled from the cold.
Connection
As the freezing hovered air ran through the windows we sniveled from the cold.
Contorted (noun)
Scudded: (verb)
to run or move quickly or hurriedly.
Retorted (verb)
to reply to, usually in a sharp or retaliatory way; reply in kind to.
Connection
If someone usually replies in a sharp way to military commands, he might be able of running quickly around campus.
Connection
If someone has a warlike character he might be able of lacking a variety of knowledgeable ways to make up peaceful solutions.
of warlike character; aggressively hostile; bellicose: a belligerent tone.
Monotonous (adj.)
lacking in variety; tediously unvarying: the monotonous flat scenery.
Belligerently (adj.)
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