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Vocabulary Words 1-10 bsms 7th period cof 2019 by Gracie Templeton
Transcript of Vocabulary Words 1-10 bsms 7th period cof 2019 by Gracie Templeton
def: an opponent or enemy
Ex: Our adversary for our first game was Spartanburg.
def: anxious or fearful, uneasy
Ex: The girl was very apprehensive of the talk she was having later with her Mother.
def: the ability to learn or understand something quickly
Ex: The girl had a higher aptitude than other people in her class.
def: giving attention to something; paying careful attention to the comfort or concerns of other; considerate
Ex: My Mother is very attentive when it comes to us kids.
def: to force to leave a country or place, exile
Ex: The kid was banished from the store when he threw a toy at someone, injuring them.
def: self-confidence; especially in a difficult situation; poise; assurance
Ex: The girl had a lot of aplomb on stage.
VOCABULARY wORDS 1-10 BSMS 7TH PERIOD COF 2019 BY gRACIE tEMPLETON
def: 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
Ex: The Great Wall of China was a barricade that was used to keep people out.
def: verb) to block an opening or passage with an obstacle or barrier; to enclose or exclude someone by constructing a barricade.
Ex: My cousin acted as a barricade to keep people in the classroom.
def: to engage in a false display of strength or confidence, especially in order to deceive someone
Ex: The lion in "The Wizard of Oz" bluffed about his courage.
def: slightly salty
Ex: The water in Charleston is brackish.
def: to wave or exhibit something in a dramatic or threatening way.
Ex: The girl waved the knife in a brandish matter.