Definitions & Parts of Speech
Definitions & Parts of Speech
Definitions & Parts of Speech
Synonyms & Antonyms
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lag

v.) to move slowly or fall behind; to bring up the fear

n.) a falling behind; the amount by which someone or something is behind; an interval

100

cope

v.) to struggle successfully against; to prove to be a match for, deal with satisfactorily

n.) a long religious cloak; a canopy 

100

optimist

n.) one who expects things to turn out for the best; someone who looks on the bright side of things

100

disquieting

synonyms: disturbing, alarming

antonyms: calming, reassuring, soothing, comforting 

100

Lindsay was not nervous when she gave her student creed ______________ at Muay Thai.

recitation

200

affirm

v.) to declare to be true, state positively; to confirm

200

adhere

v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as a follower or supporter

200

fluent

adj.) speaking or writing easily and smoothly, flowing gracefully

200

affirm

synonyms: assert, ratify 

antonyms: deny, disavow, reject, veto, disallow

200

Miranda is an _______________, and looks on the bright side of the things.

optimist

300

deter

v.) to discourage, scare off, or prevent through fear or doubt

300

empower

v.) to give power or authority to; to permit

300

adhere

v.) to stick to, remain attached; to be devoted or loyal as a follower or supporter

300

lag

synonyms: trail, straggle, delay

antonyms: keep up, outstrip, outdo

300

A panther can ______________ freely at night because its dark fur prevents it from being seen. 

prowl

400

mangle

v.) to injure very seriously by cutting, tearing, crushing; to bring to ruin

400

prowl

v.) to roam about stealthily in search of something 

400

stupefy

v.) to make stupid, dull, or groggy; to surprise or astonish

400

stupefy

synonyms: stun, daze, shock, amaze, astound

antonyms: awaken, arouse, stimulate, enliven 

400

Maria can speak ____________ Spanish, French, and English.

fluent

500

disquieting 

adj.) causing uneasiness or worry

500

misapprehension

n.) a wrong idea, misunderstanding 

500

recitation

n.) a reading in public of something that is memorized; a memorized poem or piece of prose that is read aloud

500

empower

synonyms: authorize, license 

antonyms: forbid, prohibit, ban, disqualify 

500

Education and experience provide us with the skills we need to ____________ with difficult situations. 

cope

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