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Ms. Amanda's 6th Grade Language Arts Class



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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

Red A1

  • gainful --
  • compress -- (n.) a folded cloth or pad applied to an injury
  • ingenious --
  • dispatch -- (n.) n official message
  • irk --
  • douse -- (v.) to piunge into a liquid, drench
  • compress --
  • oaf --
  • expressly -- (adv.) for a particular purpose
  • douse --
  • apparel -- (n.) clothing, that which serves as dress or decoration
  • forsake --
  • compress -- (v.) to press together; to reduce in size or volume
  • inept --
  • dispatch -- (v.) to send off our out for a purpose
  • irk --
  • dispatch -- (n.) the act of killing
  • beseige --
  • misgiving --
  • expressly -- (adv.) plainly, in so many words
  • dispatch --
  • repast --
  • famished --
  • beseige -- (v.) to attach by surrounding with military forces; to cause worry or trouble
  • immense --
  • denounce -- (v.) to condemn openly; to accuse formally
  • instantaneous --
  • dispatch -- (v.) to kill
  • apparel --
  • libel --
  • douse -- (v.) to put out quickly, extinguish
  • denounce --
  • recede --
  • expressly --
  • apparel -- (v.) to put clothes on, dress up

Red A1 cont.

  • compress -- antonyms (v.) expand, enlarge
  • ingenious -- (adj.) showing remarkable orginality, inventiveness, or resourcefulnesss; clever
  • douse -- synonyms (v.) submerge, soak, dunk, immerse
  • douse -- antonyms (v.) dry out, dehydrate, kindle, ignite
  • libel -- (n.) a written statement that unfairly or falsely harms the reputation of the person about whom it is made
  • forsake -- synonyms (v.) desert, disown
  • inept -- synonyms (adj.) clumsy, unskilled, bungling, incompetent
  • forsake -- antonyms (v.) keep, hold on to, stand by
  • oaf -- (n.) a stupid person
  • irk -- synonyms (v.) bother, irritate, vex
  • recede -- (v.) to become more distant
  • oaf -- synonyms (n.) bonehead, dunce, clod, lout
  • forsake -- (v.) to leave, abandon
  • beseige -- synonyms (v.) blockade, encircle, pressure, hound
  • apparel -- antonyms (v.) undress, unclothe, strip, denude
  • inept -- (adj.) totally without sill or appropriateness
  • dispatch -- synonyms (v.) slay; (n.) report, communication
  • dispatch -- antonyms (v.) recall, withhold
  • irk -- (v.) to annoy, trouble, make weary
  • famished -- synonyms (adj.) hungry, starving, ravenous
  • famished -- antonyms (adj.) well fed, full, satisfied, satiated
  • misgiving -- (n.) a feeling of fear, doubt or uncertainty
  • immense -- synonyms (adj.) vast enormous, immeasurable, gigantic
  • instantaneous -- synonyms (adj.) prompt, quick, speedy
  • recede -- (v.) to go or move backward
  • misgiving -- synonyms (n.) worry, qualm, hesitation
  • forsake -- (v.) to give up, renounce
  • apparel -- synonyms (n.) attire, garments (v.) deck out
  • repast -- synonyms (n.) victuals
  • immense -- (adj.) very large or great; beyond ordinary means of measurement
  • denounce -- synonyms (v.) criticize, censure
  • denounce -- antonyms (v.) hail, acclaim
  • instantaneous -- (adj.) done in an instant; immediate
  • expressly -- synonyms (adv.) clearly, pointedly, explicitly
  • expressly -- antonyms (adv.) implicitly, accidentally
  • libel -- (v.) to write or publish a statement that unfairly or falsely harms the reputation of the person about whom it is made
  • gainful -- synonyms (adj.) moneymaking, paying
  • ingenious -- synonyms (adj.) imaginative, inventive, resourceful
  • oaf -- (n.) a big clumsy slow individual
  • libel -- synonyms (n.) slur; (v.) smear, defame
  • famished -- (adj.) suffering severely from hunger or from lack of something
  • repast -- (n.) a meal, food
  • recede -- synonyms (v.) retreat, go back, back up, ebb
  • gainful -- (adj.) profitable, bringing in money or some special advantage
  • compress -- synonyms (v.) condense, shrink, shorten

Red A13

  • mangle -- synonyms (v.) damage, mutilate, butcher, disfigure, rend
  • optimist -- antonyms (n.) pessimist, prophet of doom
  • cope -- (v.) to struggle successfully against; to prove to be a match for
  • surge -- (v.) to have a heavy, violent, swelling motion (like waves)
  • optimist --
  • stupefy -- synonyms (v.) stun, daze, shock, amaze, astound
  • surge -- antonyms (v.) recede, ebb; (n.) recession, slowdown
  • disquieting -- (adj.) causing uneasiness or worry
  • unscrupulous -- (adj.) dishonest; not guided or controlled by moral principles
  • sulky --
  • surge -- synonyms (v.) flood, rush, burst, gush; (n.) wave
  • lag -- (v.) to move slowly or fall behind, to bring up the rear
  • atrocity --
  • trait --
  • affirm -- antonyms (v.) deny, disavow, reject, veto, disallow
  • misapprehension -- (n.) a wrong idea, misunderstanding
  • deter --
  • atrocity -- synonyms (n.) outrage, enormity, monstrosity
  • disquieting -- antonyms (adj.) calming, reassuring, soothing, comforting
  • adhere -- (v.) to stick to, remain attached
  • stupefy -- (v.) to make stupid, dull, or groggy; to suprise or astonish
  • fluent --
  • disquieting -- synonyms (adj.) troubling, disturbing, alarming
  • lag -- synonyms (v.) trail, straggle; (v., n.) delay
  • lag -- antonyms (v.) keep up, outstrip, outdo
  • audition -- (n.) a trial hearing for a performer; (v.) to conduct or perform such a hearing
  • supplement -- (v.) to provide such an addition or completion
  • misapprehension --
  • prowl -- synonyms (v.) rove, skulk, slink, lurk
  • sulky -- antonyms (adj.) cheerful, socialable, sunny, amiable
  • deter -- (v.) to discourage, scare off, or prevent through fear or doubt
  • trait -- (n.) a quality or characteristic (especially of personality; a distinguishing feature
  • stupefy --
  • supplement -- synonyms (n.) addition, extension; (v.) add to
  • fluent -- (adj.) speaking or writing easily and smoothly, flowing gracefully
  • affirm --
  • surge --
  • adhere -- antonyms (v.) unfasten, unglue, abandon, betray
  • mangle -- (v.) to injure very seriously by cutting, tearing, crushing, etc; to bring to ruin
  • cope --
  • affirm -- synonyms (v.) assert, ratify
  • deter -- antonyms (v.) encourage, urge on
  • prowl -- (v.) to roam about stealthily in search of something
  • empower --
  • cope -- synonyms (v.) make do, manage, get along, handle
  • fluent -- synonyms (adj.) eloquent, articulate, glib
  • fluent -- antonyms (adj.) halting, tongue-tied, choppy
  • atrocity -- (n.) an extremely wicked, brutal of cruel act; something very bad or unpleasant
  • supplement -- (n.) something added to complete a thing or make up for lack; a section added to a book or document
  • mangle --
  • misapprehension -- synonyms (n.) misconception
  • stupefy -- antonyms (v.) awaken, arouse, stimulate, enliven
  • cope -- (n.) a long, religious cloak; a canopy
  • surge -- (n.) a powerful forward rush
  • prowl --
  • sulky -- synonyms (adj.) grouchy, sullen, peevish, petulant
  • unscrupulous -- antonyms (adj.) fair, honest, trustworthy, aboveboard
  • empower -- (v.) to give power or authority to; to enable; to permit
  • adhere --
  • supplement --
  • unscrupulous -- synonyms (adj.) crooked, corrupt, shady
  • lag -- (n.) a falling behind, the amount by which someone or something is behind; an interval
  • audition --
  • unscrupulous --
  • adhere -- synonyms (v.) cling, hold fast
  • atrocity -- antonyms (n.) good deed, kindness, kind act
  • optimist -- (n.) one who expects thing to turn out for the best; someone who looks on the bright side of things
  • disquieting --
  • audition -- synonyms (n.) tryout, screen test
  • empower -- antonyms (v.) forbid, prohibit, ban, disqualify
  • affirm -- (v.) to declare to be true, state positively; to confirm
  • sulky -- (adj.) in a bad or nasty mood, resentful; gloomy
  • lag --
  • empower -- synonyms (v.) authorize, license

Red A15

  • encounter -- (v.) to meet or come upon
  • underscore -- (v.) to draw a line under; to put special emphasis on
  • pantomime -- (n.) a play or story performed without words by actors using only gestures
  • berserk -- (adj./adv.) violently and destructively enraged
  • precaution -- (n.) care taken beforehand; a step or action taken to prevent something from happening
  • wholesome -- (adj.) healthy; morally and socially sound and good; helping to bring about or preserve good health
  • chasten -- (v.) to punish (in order to bring about improvement in behavior, attitude, etc.)
  • puncture -- (v.) to make a hole with a sharp object; to pierce
  • data -- (pl. n.) information; facts, figures, statistics
  • sham -- (n.) something false pretending to be genuine; a pretender
  • encounter -- (n.) a meeting (especially one that is unplanned); a meeting of enemies; battle
  • uncouth -- (adj.) unrefined, crude; awkward or clumsy
  • epic -- (adj.) on a grand scale, vast, titanic
  • beacon -- (n.) anything that guides or inspires
  • pessimist -- (n.) one who believes or expects the worst; prophet of doom
  • celestial -- (adj.) yielding great biliss or or happiness
  • puncture -- (n.) a small hole made by a sharp object
  • confiscate -- (v.) to seize by authority; to take and keep
  • sham -- (adj.) fake, not genuine
  • detract -- (v.) reduce in value or reputation
  • sham -- (v.) to pretend
  • epic -- (n.) a long narrative poem (or other literary composition) aobut the deeds of heroes; an event or moement of great sweep
  • underscore -- (n.) a line drawn under something
  • beacon -- (n.) a light or other signal that warns and guides; a lighthouse
  • pantomime -- (v.) to express a story using only gestures and without words
  • celestial -- (adj.) having to do with the sky or heavens; heavenly;
  • prosecute -- (v.) to bring before a court of law for trial; to carry out
  • wistful -- (adj.) full of melancholy yearning or longing, sad, pensive
  • chasten -- (v.) to restrain, moderate
  • retailiate -- (v.) to get revenge; to strike back for an injury
  • detract -- (v.) to take away from
  • sham -- (n.) a decorated pillow covering

Red A15 Antonyms

  • precaution -- antonyms (v) defend, abandon, give up
  • uncouth -- antonyms (adj.) refined, polished, graceful, genteel
  • wistful -- antonyms (adj.) cheerful, happy, contented, satisfied
  • celestial -- antonyms (adj.) earthly, terrestial, infernal
  • detract -- antonyms (v.) increase, heighten, enhance
  • pessimist -- antonyms (n.) optimist, Pollyanna
  • sham -- antonyms (adj.) authentic, bona fide
  • wholesome -- antonyms (adj.) harmful, unhealthy, baneful
  • berserk -- antonyms (adj.) sane, rational
  • confiscate -- antonyms (v.) return, restore
  • encounter -- antonyms (v.) happen upon
  • retaliate -- antonyms (v.) pardon, forgive, turn the other cheek
  • underscore -- antonyms (v.) downplay, de-emphasize, soft-pedal
  • chasten -- antonyms (v.) praise, commend, reward
  • encounter -- antonyms (n.) confrontation

Red A15 Synonyms

  • puncture -- (n.) perforation
  • berserk -- (adj.) mad, deranged
  • sham -- (n.) fraud
  • confiscate -- (v.) commandeer, expropriate
  • wholesome -- (adj.) nourishing, beneficial
  • encounter -- (n.) confrontation
  • pantomime -- (n.) charade, mime show, dumb show
  • prosecute -- (v.) put on trial, pursue
  • beacon -- (n.) beam, flare
  • sham -- (adj.) phony, counterfeit
  • chasten -- (v.) discipline, temper
  • underscore -- (v.) underline, stress, emphasize, accent
  • detract -- (v.) subtract from, lower
  • epic -- (n.) saga, chronicle
  • precaution -- (n.) foresight, prudence, safeguard
  • retaliate -- (v.) avenge, pay back get even with
  • celestial -- (adj.) etherreal, stellar, blissful
  • uncouth -- (adj.) boorish, graceless
  • data -- (pl. n.) information, facts, figures, statistics
  • wistful -- (adj.) cheerful, happy, contented, satisfied
  • encounter -- (v.) happen upon
  • pessimist -- (n.) killjoy

Red A2

  • billow -- (v.) to rise or swell like a wave
  • ruffle -- (n.) a gathered strip or material used for trimming edges; a ripple; a low drumbeat
  • contemporary -- (adj.) belonging to the same period of time as oneself
  • stamina -- (n.) the strength needed to keep going or overcome physical or mental strain; staying power
  • disinterested -- (adj.) fair-minded, free from selfish motives; indifferent
  • hypocrite -- (n.) a person who pretends to be what he or she is not or better than he or she really is; a two-faced person
  • adverse -- (adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against, hostile
  • maximum -- (n.) the greatest possible amount or degree; (adj.) reaching the greatest possible amount or degree
  • billow -- (n.) a large wave
  • ruffle -- (v.) to wrinkle, make uneven; to annoy, upset; to flip through
  • constrain -- (v.) to force, compell; to restrain, hold back
  • sheepish -- (adj.) embarrassed; resembling a sheep in meekness, timid
  • depict -- (v.) to portray; to represent or show in the form of a picture
  • groundless -- (adj.) without any good reason or cause; unjustified
  • manipulate -- (v.) to handle or use skillfully; to manage or control for personal gain or advantage
  • assailant -- (n.) a person who attacks violently (with blows or words)
  • mimic -- (v.) to imitate; to make fun of
  • confront -- (v.) to meet face-to-face, especially as a challenge; come to grips with
  • serene -- (adj.) peaceful, calm; free of emotional upset; clear and free of storm; majestic, grand
  • contemporary -- (n.) a person of the same time as the person saying it
  • encompass -- (v.) to encircle, go or reach around; to enclose; to include with a certain group or class
  • incomprehensibl -- (adj.) impossible to understand
  • arid -- (adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull
  • mimic -- (n.) a person who does imitations

Red A3

  • global -- (adj.) of, relating to, or involving the entire world; comprehensive
  • motivate -- (v.) to provide with a reason for doing; to push on to some goal or course of action
  • designate -- (v.) to indicate, point out
  • diversity -- (n.) difference, variety
  • gloat -- (v.) to look at or think about with great intesity and satisfaction; to take great personal joy in
  • infuriate -- (v.) to make very angry, enrage
  • pacifist -- (adj.) opposing war or violence
  • bigot -- (n.) an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
  • designate -- (adj.) selected but not yet installed
  • enigma -- (n.) someone or something that is extremely puzzling; that which cannot be understood or explained
  • illusion -- (n.) a false idea; something that one seems to see or to be aware of that really does not exist
  • pacifist -- (n.) one who is against war or the use of violence
  • barrage -- (n.) a rapid, large-scale outpouring of something
  • designate -- (v.) to appoint
  • diversity -- (n.) a condition of having many different types or forms

Red A3 Antonyms

  • motivate -- antonyms (v.) discourage, dissuade, disincline
  • restrict -- antonyms (v.) open up, enlarge, expand
  • vocation -- antonyms (n.) hobby, pastime, avocation
  • gloat -- antonyms (v.) regret, bemoan, mourn, feel chagrined
  • infuriate -- antonyms (v.) calm, soothe, pacify, please
  • queue -- antonyms (n.) disorganized crowd
  • slake -- antonyms (v.) increase, intensify, aggravate
  • diversity -- antonyms (n.) similarity, sameness, uniformity
  • illusion -- antonyms (n.) reality, truth, actuality
  • pacifist -- antonyms (n.) warmonger
  • sage -- antonyms (adj.) foolish, unwise; (n.) fool, dunce
  • wither -- antonyms (v.) bloom, flower, flourish, burgeon
  • global -- antonyms (adj.) local, regional, provincial

Red A3 Synonyms

  • queue -- (n.) column, file, row, line
  • sage -- (n.) philosopher, Solomon
  • bigot -- (n.) racist
  • vocation -- (n.) career, pursuit
  • enigma -- (n.) riddle, mystery, puzzle, conundrum
  • waylay -- (v.) entrap, ensnare
  • illusion -- (n.) deliusion, fantasy, deception
  • pacifist -- (n.) peacemaker, dove
  • sage -- (adj.) sagacious
  • barrage -- (n.) bombardment, shelling, volley, blast
  • terrain -- (n.) ground, topography, territory
  • diversity -- (n.) dissimilarity
  • vow -- (v.) pledge
  • global -- (adj.) worldwide, universal, widespread
  • motivate -- (v.) spur on, encourage, prompt, goad
  • restrict -- (v.) hold back, limit
  • slake -- (v.) quench, gratify, sate, easy, assuage
  • designate -- (v.) name, signify, denote, nominate, choose
  • vow -- (n.) word of honor
  • gloat -- (v.) relish, revel in, crow over
  • wither -- (v.) shrivel, droop, shame, abash
  • infuriate -- (v.) provoke, incense, madden

Red A4

  • keepsake -- (n.) something kept in memory of the giver; souvenir
  • topple -- (v.) to fall forward; to overturn, bring about the downfall of
  • mortal -- (adj.) causing death, fatal; possible, conceivable
  • plight -- (n.) a sorry condition or state
  • devastate -- (v.) to destroy, lay waste, leave in ruins
  • reverie -- (n.) a daydream; the condition of being lost in thought
  • elusive -- (adj.) difficult to catch or to hold; hard to explain or understand
  • scan -- (n.) an examination
  • ingratitude -- (n.) a lack of thankfulness
  • strife -- (n.) bitter disagreement; fighting, struggle
  • mortal -- (adj.) of or relating to a being that must eventually die
  • petty -- (adj.) unimportant, trivial; narrow-minded; secondary in rank, minor
  • deem -- (v.) to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
  • repent -- (v.) to feel sorry for what one has done or has failed to do
  • discredit -- (n.) a loss or lack of belief, confidence, or reputation
  • scan -- (v.) to examine closely; to look over quickly but thoroughly; to analyze the rhythm of a poem
  • idolize -- (v.) to worship as an idol, make an idol of; to love very much
  • strand -- (v.) to drive or run aground; to leave in a hopeless position
  • mortal -- (n.) a being that must eventually die
  • ovation -- (n.) an enthusiastic public welcome, an outburst of applause
  • acquit -- (v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge completely; to conduct or behave oneself
  • plight -- (v.) to pledge, promise solemnly
  • discredit -- (v.) to throw doubt upon, cause to be distrusted; to damage in reputation
  • revocation -- (n.) an act or instance of calling back, an annulment, cancelation
  • generate -- (v.) to bring into existence; to be the cause of
  • strand -- (n.) a beach or shore; a string of wire, hair, etc

Red A4 Antonyms

  • strife -- peace, calm, harmony, agreement
  • discredit -- (v.) confirm, corroborate, bolster
  • ingratitude -- thankfulness, gratefulness, recognition
  • petty -- important, major, significant, weighty
  • strand -- (v.) rescue, save
  • devastate -- develop, improve
  • idolize -- despise, scorn, disdain, detest
  • ovation -- boos, jeers
  • revocation -- ratification, confirmation
  • topple -- remain, upright, establish, set up
  • acquit -- convict, declare, guilty
  • generate -- end, terminate, extinguish, stifle
  • mortal -- (n.) a god; (adj.) undying, everlasting, eternal, divine
  • repent -- rejoice over

Red A4 Synonyms

  • scan -- (v.) study, glance at, skim (v., n.) survey
  • topple -- unseat, upset, tumble
  • petty -- insignificant, pidding
  • revocation -- repeal, withdrawal
  • strife -- confict, discord, turmoil
  • ovation -- cheers, bravos, hurrahs
  • reverie -- fantasy, meditation
  • strand -- (n.) fiber, thread; (v.) abandon, maroon
  • repent -- regret

Red A5

  • eerie -- (adj.) causing fear because of strangeness; weird, mysterious
  • tarry -- (v.) to delay leaving; to linger, wait, to remain or stay for a while
  • fray -- (n.) a brawl, a noisy quarrel
  • bluster -- (n.) speech that is loud and threatening
  • pacify -- (v.) to make peaceful or calm; to soothe
  • bluster -- (v.) to talk or act in a noisy and threatening way; to blow in stormy gusts
  • remorse -- (n.) deep and painful regret for one's past misdeeds; pangs of conscience
  • duration -- (n.) the length of time that something continues or lasts
  • synopsis -- (n.) a brief statement giving a general view of some subject, book, etc.; a summary
  • fidelity -- (n.) the state of being faithful; accuracy in details, exactness
  • inhabitant -- (n.) one living permanently in a given place
  • numb -- (adj.) having lost the power of feeling or movement
  • acute -- (adj.) with a sharp point; keen and alert; sharp and severe; rising quickly to a high point and lasting for a short time
  • refute -- (v.) to prove incorrect
  • commentary -- (n.) a series of notes clarifying or explaining something; an expression of opinion
  • smug -- (adj.) overly self-satisfied, self-righteous
  • facet -- (n.) one aspect or side of a subject or problem; one of the cut surfaces of a gem
  • headstrong -- (adj.) willfull, stubborn
  • fray -- (v.) to wear away by rubbing
  • ravenous -- (adj.) greedy; very hungry; eager for satisfaction
  • bungle -- (v.) to act or work clumsily and awkwardly; to ruin something through clumsiness
  • setback -- (n.) something that interferes with progress; a disappointment, unexpected loss or defeat; a steplike recession in a wall

Red A6

  • agenda -- (n.) the program for a meeting; a list, outline or plan of things to be considered or done
  • blight -- (v.) to destroy, ruin
  • cmpliant -- (adj.) willing to do what someone else wants; obedient
  • debut -- (v.) to make a first appearance
  • amiable -- (adj.) friendly, good-natured
  • blight -- (n.) a disease that causes plants to wither and die; a condition of disease or ruin
  • clarify -- (n.) clearness, accuracy
  • debut -- (n.) a first public appearance; a formal entrance into society
  • befuddle -- (v.) to confuse, make stupid
  • boisterous -- (adj.) rough and noisy in a cheeful way; high spirited
  • conserve -- (v.) to preserve; to keep from being damaged, lost, or wasted; to save
  • gory -- (adj.) marked by bloodshed, slaughter, or violence

Red B1

  • dynasty -- (n.) a poweful family or group of rulers that maintains its position or power for some time
  • truce -- (n.) a pause in fighting, temporary peace
  • humdrum -- (adj.) ordinary, dull, routine, without variation
  • interminable -- (adj.) endless, so long as to seem endless
  • recompense -- (n.) a payment for loss. service or injury
  • alight -- (v.) to get down from, step down from; to come down from the air, land
  • sullen -- (adj.) silent or brooding because of ill humor, anger, or resentment; slow moving, sluggish
  • disrupt -- (v.) to break up, disturb
  • trivial -- (adj.) not important, minor; ordinary, commonplace
  • germinate -- (v.) to begin to grow, come into being
  • insinuate -- (v.) to suggest or hint slyly; to edge into something indirectly
  • recompense -- (v.) to pay back; to give a reward
  • adjacent -- (adj.) near, next to, adjoining
  • resume -- (n.) a brief summary; a short written account of one's education, working experience, or qualifications for a job
  • barren -- (adj.) not productive, bare
  • trickle -- (n.) a small irregular quantity of anything
  • foretaste -- (n.) an advance indication, sample, or warning
  • vicious -- (adj.) evil, bad; spiteful; having bad habits or an ugly disposition; painfully severe or extreme
  • hurtle -- (v.) to rush violently, dash headlong; to fling or hurl forcefully
  • interrogate -- (v.) to ask questions, examine by questioning
  • renovate -- (v.) to repair, restore to good condition, make new again
  • alight -- (adj.) lighted up; full of lights
  • trickle -- (v.) to flow or fall by drops or in a small stream

Red B1 Synonyms

  • resume -- synopsis, job history
  • trivial -- insignificant, petty, trifiling
  • alight -- (v.) dismount, descend, land, touch down
  • dynasty -- ruling house, regime
  • humdrum -- monotonous, uneventful, prosaic, boring
  • interminable -- never-ending, ceaseless
  • renovate -- repair, fix up, recondition
  • trickle -- (v.) insignificant, petty, trifiling
  • adjacent -- alongside, nearby, neighboring
  • vicious -- wicked, malicious, savage
  • disrupt -- upset, displace, disorder
  • germinate -- sprout, shoot up, few, burgeon
  • insinuate -- imply, intimate
  • recompense -- (v.) repay; (n.) compensation
  • sullen -- grumpy, surly, peevish, morose
  • truce -- cease-fire, armistice
  • barren -- unproductive, sterile, desolate, arid
  • foretaste -- preview, anticipation
  • hurtle -- speed, fly, race, catapult, fling
  • interrogate -- question, query

Red B10

  • lavish -- (v.) to spend or give freely or without limit
  • beneficiary -- (n.) one who benefits from something; a person who is left money or other property in a will or the like
  • pamper -- (v.) to allow too many privileges, be too generous and easygoing toward
  • clutter -- (v.) to fill or cover in a disorderly way
  • surplus -- (n.) an amount beyond what is required, excess
  • dismantle -- (v.) to take apart; to strip of something
  • veto -- (n.) the power to forbid or prevent
  • grueling -- (adj.) very tiring, calling for an extreme effort
  • lavish -- (adj.) overly generous, extravagant; abundant
  • bellow -- (n.) a loud, angry roar
  • notorious -- (adj.) widely known because of bad conduct
  • botch -- (n.) a hopelessly bungled job
  • shirk -- (v.) to avoid or get out of doing work, neglect a duty; to sneak, slink
  • dilapidated -- (adj.) falling apart or ruined, run-down
  • timidity -- (n.) the state of being easily frightened
  • futile -- (adj.) not successful, failing to have any result; useless; unimportant, frivolous
  • lair -- (n.) the home or den of a wild animal; any hideout
  • bellow -- (v.) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar
  • morbid -- (adj.) in an unhealthy mental state, extremely gloomy; caused by or related to disease, unwholesome
  • botch -- (v.) to repair or patch poorly; make a mess of
  • parasite -- (n.) an organism that lives in or on another organism; one who lives off another person
  • clutter -- (n.) a state of disorder, mess
  • surplus -- (adj.) more than what is needed or expected
  • farce -- (n.) a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings; broad or far-fetched humor; a ridiculous sham
  • veto -- (v.) to prohibit, reject
  • hospitable -- (adj.) offering friendly or generous treatment to guests; open to anything new or strange

Red B10 Antonyms

  • bellow -- (v.) whisper; (n.) murmur
  • dismantle -- put together, assemble, construct
  • grueling -- easy, effortless
  • morbid -- wholesome, healthy, cheerful, blithe
  • shirk -- fulfill, perform, shoulder, take on
  • dilapidated -- shipshape, trim
  • futile -- successful, effective
  • larvish -- (adj.) stingy, meager; (v.) begrudge, stint, deny
  • pamper -- abuse, maltreat, mistreat, discipline
  • timidity -- fearlessness, boldness, intrepidity
  • clutter -- (n.) order, tidiness, neatness
  • farce -- tragedy, melodrama, tearjerker
  • hospitable -- unfriendly, cold, icy, chilly
  • notorious -- unknown, obscure, respectable
  • surplus -- (n.) shortage, lack, dearth, paucity

Red B10 Synonyms

  • lair -- nest, burrow, hideaway
  • notorious -- disgraceful, infamous, disreputable
  • bellow -- (v.) yell, bawl, holler; (n.) howl
  • shirk -- duck, sidestep
  • clutter -- (v.) litter; (n.) confusion
  • veto -- (v.) turn down, nix, forbid
  • farce -- buffoonery, mockery
  • hospitable -- gracious, cordial, courteous
  • morbid -- depressed, unsound, "sick"
  • parasite -- sponger, freeloader, leech
  • botch -- (v.) foul up, bungle, mangle
  • timidity -- fearlessness, faintheartedness
  • dismantle -- disassemble
  • grueling -- exhausting, punishing, taxing
  • lavish -- (adj.) excessive, profuse
  • pamper -- coddle, cater to, indulge
  • beneficiary -- recipient, heir
  • surplus -- (n.) glut, surfeit, overage
  • diapidated -- in dis repair, deteriorated, gone to seed
  • futile -- fruitless, vain, ineffective

Red B4 Antonyms

  • alight -- (v.) mount, ascend, board, take off
  • germinate -- wither, die, stagnate, shrivel up
  • insinuate -- barge in, broadcast
  • trickle -- (v.) gush, pour, flood; (n.) deluge
  • vicious -- good, kind, kindly, mild, harmless
  • adjacent -- faraway, distant, remote
  • disrupt -- organize, arrange
  • hurtle -- crawl, creep
  • sullen -- cheerful, blithe, sociable, vivacious
  • truce -- war, warfare, fighting
  • barren -- fertile, productive, fruitful
  • humdrum -- lively, exciting, thrilling, exhilarating
  • interminable -- brief, short, fleeting
  • trivial -- important weighty, momentous

Red B4 Synonyms

  • mortal -- (n.) human; (adj.) fleeting, extreme
  • devastate -- wreck, desolate
  • generate -- create, produce, beget, cause
  • keepsake -- reminder, memento
  • devastate -- wreck, desolate
  • generate -- create, produce, beget, cause
  • keepsake -- reminder, memento
  • deem -- judge, regard
  • elusive -- slippery, wily, fleeting, puzzling, baffling
  • ingratitude -- thanklessness, ungratefulness
  • deem -- judge, regard
  • elusive -- slippery, wily, fleeting, puzzling, baffling
  • ingratitude -- thanklessness, ungratefulness
  • acquit -- exonerate, dismiss
  • discredit -- disparage
  • idolize -- adore, revere
  • acquit -- exonerate, dismiss
  • mortal -- (n.) human; (adj.) fleeting, extreme
  • discredit -- disparage
  • idolize -- adore, revere

Red B7

  • flaw -- (n.) a slight fault, defect, crack
  • proficient -- (adj.) skilled, expert, or capable in a any field or activity
  • nuture -- synonyms (v.) raise, rear, foster
  • foremost -- antonyms (adj.) hindmost, last, secondary
  • fluster -- (v.) to make or become confused, agitated, or nervous
  • wrath -- (n.) intense anger
  • presume -- synonyms (v.) surmise, trespass, infringe
  • prior -- antonyms (adj.) subsequent, later, ensuing, following
  • foremost -- (adv.) in the first place
  • brawl -- synonyms (n.) scuffle, donnybrook; (v.) spar, scrap
  • salvo -- synonyms (n.) barrage, volley
  • wrath -- antonyms (n.) favor, approval, pleasure, blessing
  • amiss -- (adv.) in a mistake or improper way, wrongly
  • notable -- (n.) a person who is well known, distinguished, or outstanding in some way
  • flagrant -- synonyms (adj.) blatant, gross, outrageous
  • amiss -- antonyms (adj.) properly
  • detest -- (v.) to hate, dislike very much, loathe
  • paradox -- (n.) a self contradictory statement taht on closer examination proves true, a person or thing with seemingly contradictory qualities
  • fluster -- synonyms (v.) agitate, rattle, disconcert
  • flagrant -- antonyms (adj.) petty, piddling, trifling, inconsequential
  • flagrant -- (adj.) extremely bad, glaring; scandalous, notorious
  • prior -- (adj.) earlier, former
  • notable -- synonyms (adj.) noteworthy, impressive
  • fluster -- antonyms (v.) reassure, soothe, quiet
  • fledgling -- (adj.) inexperienced, budding
  • vigilant -- (adj.) wide-awake, alert, watchful
  • perjury -- synonyms (n.) false witness
  • nuture -- antonyms (v.) neglect, ignore, discourage, hinder
  • foremost -- (adj.) chief, most important, primary
  • amiss -- synonyms (adj., adv.) awry
  • proficient -- synonyms (adj.) competent, adept, able
  • vigilant -- antonyms (adj.) sleepy, inattentive, unobservant
  • amiss -- (adj.) faulty, imperfect, not as it should be
  • notable -- (adj.) stiking, remarkable
  • domestic -- synonyms (adj.) household, native; (n.) servant
  • wrath -- synonyms (n.) rage, fury, ire, choler, indignation
  • brawl -- (v.) to quarrel or fight noisily
  • nuture -- (n.) rearing, training, upbringing
  • fledgling -- synonyms (n.) novice, tyro, neophyte
  • domestic -- antonyms (adj.) foreign, alien
  • domestic -- (n.) a household servant
  • presume -- (v.) to take for granted, assume or suppose; to dare, take upon oneself, take liberties
  • momentum -- synonyms (n.) drive, thrust, impetus
  • fledgling -- antonyms (n.) pro, expert, verteran
  • fledgling -- (n.) an inexperienced person, beginner; a young bird about to leave the nest
  • salvo -- (n.) a burst of gunfire or cannon shot, often as a tribute or salute; a sudden burst of anthing
  • paradox -- synonyms (n.) riddle, enigma, anomaly, absurdity
  • notable -- antonyms (adj.) undistinguished, unremarkable; (n.) unknown
  • fluster -- (n.) a state of confusion or agitation
  • salvo -- (n.) a spirited verbal attack
  • prior -- synonyms (adj.) previous, anterior
  • proficient -- antonyms (adj.) incompetent, inept, unskilled, ignorant
  • momentum -- (n.) the force or speed with which something moves
  • detest -- synonyms (v.) despise, abhor
  • vigilant -- synonyms (adj.) attentive, on one's toes
  • brawl -- (n.) a noisy quarrel or fight
  • nurture -- (v.) to bring up, care for, train, nourish
  • flaw -- synonyms (n.) imperfection, blemish
  • detest -- antonyms (v.) relish, love, admire, esteem
  • domestic -- (adj.) native to a country, not foreign; relating to the life or affairs of a household
  • perjury -- (n.) the act of swearing to a lie
  • foremost -- synonyms (adj.) leading, principal, paramount
  • flaw -- antonyms (n.) faultlessness, perfection

Red B8

  • legible -- (adj.) easily read
  • ordain -- (v.) to establish by law; to order or command; to appoint as a priest or minister; to destine
  • capsize -- (v.) to turn bottom side up, upset
  • prudent -- (adj.) cautious, careful, showing good sense
  • disputatious -- (adj.) inclined to argue or debate; provoking debate
  • simultaneous -- (adj.) happening or existing at the same time
  • decrease -- (n.) a lessening
  • insubordinate -- (adj.) disobedient, rebellious
  • onslaught -- (n.) a violent attack; a sudden rush or something
  • abnormal -- (adj.) not usual, not typical, strange
  • pervade -- (v.) to spread thoughout
  • decrease -- (v.) to become or make less
  • remnant -- (n.) a small part remaining behind
  • flourish -- (v.) to grow, thrive, be prosperous; to wave in the air
  • swerve -- (n.) a sharp or sudden turn
  • incentive -- (n.) a reason for doing something; something that stimulates action
  • nub -- (n.) the central point or heart of a matter; a knob
  • outstrip -- (v.) to get ahead of, do beter than, exceed
  • catastrophe -- (n.) a large-scale disaster, misforturne, or failure
  • quench -- (v.) to put out, extinguish, end
  • eject -- (v.) to drive or throw out, evict
  • swerve -- (v.) to turn aside sharply
  • flourish -- (n.) a dramatic gesture; a fanfare of horns

Red B9

  • casual -- (adj.) showing little concern; informal
  • quibble -- (n.) a petty objection
  • vow -- (n.) a solemn or sacred promise or pledge
  • erode -- (v.) to wear away gradually, eat away
  • stifle -- (v.) to smother, prevent from breathing
  • wither -- (v.) to dry up, wilt, sag
  • gruesome -- (adj.) horrible, revolting, ghastly
  • vital -- (adj.) necessary to life, essential; key, crucial
  • queue -- (n.) a line of people waiting for something (such as a bus or the opening of a store)
  • ordeal -- (n.) a difficult or painful experience, a trial
  • sage -- (adj.) wise
  • bystander -- (n.) one who looks on or observes; a person present but not taking part
  • persist -- (v.) to continue steadily in a course of action, refuse to stop or be changed
  • terrain -- (n.) the landscape, especially considered witha regard to its physical features or fitness for some use
  • casual -- (adj.) happening by chance or on an irregular basis
  • quibble -- (v.) to evade or belittle a point by twisting words or raising minor objections
  • vocation -- (n.) a sense of fitness or special calling for one's work
  • entice -- (v.) to attract, tempt
  • regal -- (adj.) royal, kinglike; fit for a king
  • waylay -- (v.) to lie in wait for and attack, ambush
  • graphic -- (adj.) lifelike, vivid; relaiting to the pictoral arts
  • vital -- (adj.) having life, living
  • melancholy -- (n.) sadness, gloominess
  • restrict -- (v.) to keep within set limits; to confine
  • accelerate -- (v.) to speed up, cause to move faster; to bring about more quickly
  • parch -- (v.) to shrivel with heat
  • slake -- (v.) to satisfy, relieve, or bring to an end
  • canvass -- (v.) to go over in detail; to discuss
  • puny -- (adj.) of less than normal strength or size; of normal importance
  • vocation -- (n.) any trade, profession, or occupation
  • downtrodden -- (adj.) treated unfairly and cruelly, oppressed
  • ratify -- (v.) to approve, give formal approval to, confirm
  • vow -- (v.) to declare or promise in a solemn way
  • flounder -- (v.) to thrash about in a clumsy or ineffective way
  • stifle -- (v.) to hold back or choke off
  • wither -- (v.) to cause someone to feel ashamed, humiliated, or very small
  • melancholy -- (adj.) sad, gloomy, unhappy
  • queue -- (v.) to form such a line
  • parch -- (v.) to make dry and thirsty
  • sage -- (n.) a very wise person
  • canvass -- (v.) to go through an area in order to procure votes, sales, or opinions
  • persist -- (v.) to last, remain
  • terrain -- (n.) a field of knowledge

Red B9 Antonyms

  • downtrodden -- antonyms (adj.) uplifted, liberated
  • erode -- antonyms (v.) nurture, promote, encourage
  • graphic -- antonyms (adj.) dull, boring, unrealistic, colorless
  • ordeal -- antonyms (n.) test, hardship
  • puny -- antonyms (adj.) robust, brawny, mammoth, gigantic
  • stifle -- antonyms (v.) nurture, promote, encourage
  • casual -- antonyms (adj.) formal, serious, premeditated, intentional
  • melancholy -- antonyms (adj.) depressed, dejected
  • erode -- antonyms (v.) nuture, promote, encourage
  • melancholy -- antonyms (adj.) merry, happy, cheerful; (n.) joy, elation
  • persist -- antonyms (v.) give up, discontinue
  • regal -- antonyms (adj.) lowly, humble, abject, servile
  • bystander -- antonyms (n.) active participant
  • quibble -- antonyms (v.) nitpick
  • entice -- antonyms (v.) nauseate, sicken, revolt, repel
  • downtrodden -- antonyms (adj.) uplifted, liberated
  • gruesome -- antonyms (adj.) pleasant, delightful, appealing
  • parch -- antonyms (v.) soak, drench, saturate, waterlog
  • ratify -- antonyms (v.) cancel, repeal, annul, veto
  • accelerate -- antonyms (v.) slow down, retard, decelerate
  • vital -- antonyms (adj.) nonessential, unnecessary

Red B9 Synonyms

  • graphic -- (adj.) lively, colorful, descriptive
  • ordeal -- (n.) test, hardship
  • puny -- (adj.) undersized, pint-size, small, weak
  • ratify -- (v.) endorse, sanction, uphold
  • bystander -- (n.) observer, spectator, onlooker
  • vital -- (adj.) indispensable, fundamental
  • downtrodden -- (adj.) mistreated, ground underfoot
  • flounder -- (v.) wallow, struggle
  • melancholy -- (adj.) depressed, dejected; (n.) dejection; depression
  • persist -- (v.) persevere, keep at it, endure
  • quibble -- (n.) squabble
  • accelerate -- (v.) step up, quicken, hasten
  • stifle -- (v.) strangle, suppress, snuff
  • casual -- (adj.) accidental, haphazard, offhand
  • erode -- (v.) corrode, abrade
  • gruesome -- (adj.) horrible, revolting, ghastly
  • parch -- (v.) dry up, dehydrate, desiccate
  • quibble -- (v.) nitpick, split hairs, cavil
  • regal -- (adj.) majestic, stately, princely, august
  • canvass -- (v.) poll, survey, solicit
  • entice -- (v.) lure, beguile
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