Flashcards in Unit 1 Vocabulary Deck (36):
to make larger, increase
deprived of; made unhappy through a loss
courage in facing difficulties
to stare with open mouth; to open the mouth wide; to open wide
intended to deceive or entrap
wealthy, luxurious; ample; grandiose
easily bent, flexible; easily influenced
to say again, repeat
not easily moved mentally or emotionally; dull; unresponsive
not combed, untidy, not properly maintained; unpolished, rude
"he ___________ his summer income by painting houses"
"a large duffel bag _______ open by her feet"
"she endured her illness with great ____________"
"sexually transmitted diseases can be _________ and sometimes without symptoms"
"her room was stark and ___________ of color"
"the __________ comfort of a limousine"
quality leather is ___________ and will not crack"
hey were unwashed and __________"
"she _______________ that the administration would remain steadfast in its support"
He was a _______ man who did not even show his emotions at his mother’s funeral.
synonyms/antonyms of bereft
antonyms: replete, well provided
synonyms/antonyms of stolid
synonyms: impassive, phlegmatic
antonyms: emotional, oversensitive, high strung
synonyms/antonyms of fortitude
synonyms: resolve, steadfastness, mettle
antonyms: fearfulness, timidity, faintheartedness
synonyms/antonyms of insidious
synonyms: cunning, underhanded, perfidious
antonyms: frank, ingenuous, aboveboard
synonyms/antonyms of augment
synonyms: enlarge, supplement, amplify
antonyms: decrease, diminish
synonyms/antonyms of unkempt
synonyms: sloppy, disheveled, disordered, rough
antonyms: well-groomed, tidy, neat, natty
synonyms/antonyms of pliable
synonyms: supple, adaptable, resilient
antonyms: rigid, inflexible, recalcitrant
synonyms/antonyms of gape
synonyms: gawk, ogle
synonyms/antonyms of opulent
synonyms: rich, lavish, plentiful, abundant
antonyms: poverty-stricken, wretched, destitute
synonyms/antonyms of reiterate
synonyms: restate, rehash, recapitulate
compound sentence structure
sentence , FANBOYS sentence
sentence ; sentence.
two independent clauses
independent + dependent clause
2 independent and 1 dependent
mis, miss, mit