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Mrs. Davis' class



School:Cape Henry Collegiate School
Location:Virginia Beach VA 23454
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Stingray Chaser

Free stingrays and remove harmful algae from the ocean. After removing enough debris from the stingrays, you will be asked to select the correct answer to continue.




Pinball

Vocabulary Pinball Click on the red flipper buttons to keep the ball in play. Try to hit all of the letters with the ball to spell a word. Next, choose the correct definition for the word. A correct answer gives a free ball and an incorrect takes a ball away. Hold down and release the green button to launch the ball! Try all of the lists or register to make your own!




Word Find

Play the classic Word Search and find game.




Word Scramble - Words Only

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Hangman

Play hangman with your words. Guess letters to form words from the lists that are added by people just like you! Practice your classroom lists.




List Content

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 2

  • splice -- to join, especially by weaving the ends together
  • breeches -- short pants fastened snuggly at the knee
  • occasional -- happening now and then; occurring once in a while
  • sound -- free from damage, injury, defect, etc; in good condition
  • threadbare -- worn until the threads show; worn out
  • gape -- to split; to open wide
  • resist -- to stand up to; to work against
  • teem -- to be full of; to be numerous; to swarm with
  • envious -- wanting what another has; resenting the success of another
  • prowess -- great or superior ability

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 3

  • bulge -- to swell out; to jut out
  • disturb -- to interrupt the peace, quiet, or rest of; to bother
  • mumble -- to speak in low, unclear tones
  • scowl -- to look angry or displeased, especially by lowering the eyebrows; to look gloomy
  • complaint -- an expression of unhappiness or discontent
  • hoarse -- sounding rough and harsh
  • recite -- to tell about; to describe in detail; to repeat
  • community -- society; group of people living in a certain area such as a neighborhood, town, city, etc.
  • fantastic -- unbelievable; unreal; odd
  • patient -- willing to put up with waiting, difficulty, pain, etc.

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 4

  • jeer -- insulting remark; mockery; ridicule
  • snuffle -- to breathe noisily through the nose
  • vulgar -- lacking good manners, politeness, etc.
  • glory -- honor given to a person or thing; praise
  • respond -- to answer; to reply
  • vicious -- wicked or savage
  • decline -- to refuse to accept or do something
  • prompt -- without delay; quick; on time
  • traitor -- one who betrays a friend, duty, country, etc.
  • astride -- on or above with a leg on each side

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 5

  • visible -- able to be seen; within view
  • consult -- to ask for advice; to seek information
  • recesses -- inner places; hidden or out-of-the way parts
  • stifle -- to hold back; to cut off; to smother, as a sound
  • clump -- a group of things bunched together
  • raucous -- rough-sounding; harsh
  • sinister -- suggesting evil or trouble
  • cast -- a slight hint or trace of some color
  • dilapidated -- run-down, as from age, misuse, wear, etc.; partly ruined; in disrepair
  • scuttle -- to run with small, quick steps; to scurry; to scamper

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 6

  • detect -- discover the existence of
  • overhead -- above one's head
  • stray -- occurring in a random or unintended manner
  • canopy -- a covering that can provide shade
  • examined -- inspected or looked at closely
  • squarely -- in a straightforward manner
  • approached -- drew closer or nearer to
  • distinctive -- set apart; unique
  • ridges -- raised strips or lines
  • strolling -- walking in a non-hurried manner

Vocabu-Lit (F) - lesson 7

  • forage -- to search for something, especially food
  • skitter -- to move lightly or quickly along the surface

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 7

  • belfry -- a bell tower, usually on a church or other building
  • magnify -- to make something look larger; to increase

Vocabu-Lit (F) - lesson 7

  • aloof -- cold in manner or feeling; keeping apart from things

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 7

  • muster -- the act of gathering military troops together

Vocabu-Lit (F) - lesson 7

  • famished -- very hungry; starved
  • outset -- starting point; beginning

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 7

  • aloft -- in the air; above the ground
  • linger -- to be slow in leaving; to wait; to move without haste

Vocabu-Lit (F) - lesson 7

  • adequate -- enough for a particular purpose; able to meet the needs

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 7

  • mooring -- anchor or chain

Vocabu-Lit (F) - lesson 7

  • endurance -- ability to withstand physical or mental hardship

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 7

  • tread -- the act or sound of walking; footsteps

Vocabu-Lit (F) - lesson 7

  • incident -- event or occurrence, especially one likely to cause trouble
  • stolid -- not easily stirred up or excited; unemotional

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 7

  • hulk -- a big, heavy, awkward ship
  • measured -- regular in movement; marked by a steady pace; like clockwork

Vocabu-Lit (F) - lesson 7

  • burrow -- to dig a hole or tunnel; to take shelter or hide, as if in a tunnel

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 7

  • spectral -- like a ghost

Vocabu-Lit (F) - Lesson 9

  • hysterical -- easily excited; overly emotional; lacking self-control
  • piercing -- loud or high-pitched; cutting through something, as a sound
  • solemn -- highly serious; grave
  • fancy -- dream or daydream
  • passionate -- easily angered; capable of strong feeling
  • sensitive -- easily hurt, offended, or irritated
  • vindictive -- wanting to get even; holding a grudge; seeking revenge
  • mortal -- human being
  • quench -- to put out; to end
  • stalk -- to walk stiffly and proudly

Vocabu-Lit (F)- Lesson 10

  • unearthly -- unnatural; strange; eerie
  • cavort -- to prance about in a playful, lively way
  • panic -- sudden, overpowering fear
  • retreat -- place of rest, privacy, or safety
  • woe -- great suffering or misfortune; trouble
  • opponent -- one who takes the other side in a fight or contest
  • rage -- violent anger, often uncontrolled
  • venomous -- poisonous; harmful
  • moody -- having changeable, often gloomy, feelings
  • permission -- act of allowing; consent or freedom to do something

Vocabu-Lit (F)- Lesson 11

  • bristle -- to stand up stiffly; to rise up in anger or fear
  • initial -- beginning; first
  • swerve -- to turn aside sharply from a straight course or path
  • vegetation -- plant life, especially of a particular region
  • hunch -- to bend over; to slump; to crouch down
  • lush -- growing thickly and abundantly, especially green leaves
  • upright -- standing straight; vertical
  • foliage -- the leaves of a plant
  • lace -- to pull or hold together using a cord or string
  • threatening -- holding possible harm or danger

Vocabu-Lit (F)- Lesson 13

  • rent -- tear; rip; split; opening
  • seam -- to mark with a line, as a cut, wound, wrinkle, etc.
  • vigorous -- forceful; strong; full of energy
  • expose -- to uncover; to reveal
  • respectable -- suitable in appearance, dress, manners, etc.; decent
  • slumber -- sleep
  • contract -- to draw together; to decrease in size
  • repulsive -- causing strong dislike or disgust
  • shock -- a thick, bushy, clump or bunch, as of hair
  • coarse -- rough; harsh

Vocabu-Lit (F)- Lesson 14

  • yonder -- distant
  • cracked -- harsh; broken; hoarse; raucous
  • reign -- to rule; to have power over
  • uprooted -- pulled up or torn out (by the roots)
  • boisterous -- stormy; rough; violent; wild
  • mantle -- a loose garment, usually sleeveless, worn over other clothes
  • staff -- a stick, pole, or rod used to aid in walking or climbing
  • bid -- to tell someone what to do; to order; to command
  • infirm -- physically weak, especially due to age
  • scornful -- full of angry dislike or disapproval; mocking

Vocabu-Lit (F)- Lesson 15

  • defensive -- state of being on guard or ready for an attack
  • flush -- to become red in the face; to blush
  • slavish -- copying something exactly; not original
  • basin -- a bowl-like container used for holding liquids
  • feeble -- lacking in strength or good health, as from age, sickness, etc.
  • scroll -- spiral or coil-shaped design
  • apprentice -- person who agrees to work for someone else in order to learn a trade or craft
  • enlarge -- to increase the size of something; to make bigger
  • proportion -- relationship between things or parts; balance
  • unexpired -- still unused; not run out

Vocabu-Lit (F)-Lesson 16

  • possibility -- condition or fact of being possible
  • throes -- hard or painful struggles
  • disappoint -- to fail to meet the expectation or hope of
  • honorable -- deserving of esteem
  • tense -- form of a verb; past, present, or future
  • admires -- regards with wonder or esteem
  • especially -- in particular
  • recognize -- to acknowledge or take notice of in some definite way
  • visionary -- someone who is able to see something as if in a dream or a trance
  • enrolled -- registered or signed up
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