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Copy of Word Wheel Vocabulary Template
Transcript of Copy of Word Wheel Vocabulary Template
Vocabulary Definition 1) Amenable
(adj.) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 2) Criterion
(Noun) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 3) Disperse
(verb) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 4) Dissolution
(noun) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 6) Forage
(verb) Image Synonym Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 7) Grid
(verb) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 8) Guise
(noun) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 9) Lesion
(noun) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology Definition 10)Precarious
(adj) Image Synonyms Antonyms Sentence Etymology 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 Open and responsive to suggestions; easily persuaded or controlled nonconforming, uncooperative, unwilling My brother was amenable with cleaning his room. Middle French 1590-1600 amen- to lead to drive-able A priciple or standard by which something maybe judged or decided foundation, law, measure, model, norm, opinion, change, conjecture, fancy, guess The criterion of the girl that had a baby is not true. 1605–15; < Greek to separate or decide Distribute or spread over a wide area scatter, scramble, send off, separate arrange, assemble When the firefighters plugged the hoes to the hydrant water dispersed from the spout. 1350–1400; Middle English
to scatter The action or process of dissolving or being dissolved combination, connection, solution, unification The dissolution of the snow happen in less than one hour. 1350–1400; Middle English
(stem of dissolūtiō ) solution 5) Fetish
(Noun) an object of unreasonable obsessive reverence or attention. addiction, case, complex, craze, crush, fascination Not obsessed My fetish with biting my nails have been going on since I was three. 1605–15; earlier < Portugues charm, sorcery (noun), artificial (adj.) to search or hunt for food and provision explore, fine-tooth-comb, grub, hunt, pilfer, plunder, raid Cover Hide We foraged for days to make up for the stolen food at camp. 1275–1325; Middle English < Old French fourrage, to encircle as with a belt; to prepare as for action filigree, frame, fretwork, grating, grid Straight, solid 1830–40; short for gridiron appearance, semblance disguise, disguisement, dress, facade, face, false front reality I used my guise to get into the 20 and up club. 1175–1225; (noun) Middle English g ( u ) ise < Old French wound or injury, one created by a disease abrasion, abuse, affliction, affront, agony, bad, bite, blemish, boo-boo, bruise, aid, assistance, benefit, blessing The lesion that was left on my knee after the fall was huge.
1425–75; late Middle English < Middle French < Latin laesiōn- (stem of laesiō ) injury, unsafe, unsteady, unstable When I carry my popcorn to the movies, I am precarious not to drop a single crumb. 1640–50; < Latin precārius obtained by entreaty or mere favor, hence uncertain. http://img.tfd.com/wn/83/17FB90-amenable.jpg obedient, open, persuadable http://nsfmessengers.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/judge-not.jpg http://www.shafaqna.com/english/media/k2/items/cache/03fe6fe288a7a72f5658a07fc2695108_XL.jpg http://www.virginiabusinesslitigationlawyer.com/dissolve.jpg breaking up, detachment, disintegration, disunion http://www.raisehealthyeaters.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/obsessfood.jpg http://www.deere.com/en_INT/media/images/our_company/news_and_media/press_releases/2012/october/SPFH_7780i_1200x800.jpg http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8196/8396878944_7da56d903a_z.jpg Me and my sister grid the whole house to prepare it for cleaning http://static2.fjcdn.com/comments/ednaeoj+rolled+a+random+image+posted+in+comment+10+at+_4b9e062c7d73b8ae7e249ee61e80cde9.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7a/Lesion_cut%C3%A1nea_fiebre_botonosa.png http://climb.mountains.com/Classic_Peaks_files/Colorado_Classics_files/Precarious_files/Precarious02.jpg alarming, bad, breakneck, chancy, critical, dangersome, deadly careful, guarded, safe, secure