vocab unit 2, level d

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Published on February 17, 2014

Author: straitsm

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adjourn: adjourn alien: alien KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — Jamaica is slated to benefit from a $154,769,042 (US$1,738,798) project to reduce the threat of invasive alien species (IAS) to the region ’ s biodiversity. comely: comely compensate: compensate dissolute: dissolute erratic: erratic Charlie Sheen ’ s erratic behavior has lead to trouble. PowerPoint Presentation: Erratic attendance hurts grades. expulsion: expulsion He was upset after his expulsion from the big game. feint: feint Self-defense with a Walking-stick: The Different Methods of Defending Oneself with a Walking-Stick or Umbrella when Attacked under Unequal Conditions : Self-defense with a Walking-stick: The Different Methods of Defending Oneself with a Walking-Stick or Umbrella when Attacked under Unequal Conditions PowerPoint Presentation: As a feint , you make a slightly threatening motion with your left hand, as though you intended to seize the left hand of your assailant, in order to belabor him with your stick. The object of this feint is only to engage your adversary's attention, and make him look at your left hand whilst you suddenly dart your right arm forward, and hook him by the neck in the crook of your stick. Directly you have hooked him, bend your knees well so as to throw the whole weight of your body upon him, whilst you pull him with his face towards the ground. fodder: fodder PowerPoint Presentation: Joe ’ s picture on the camping trip was fodder for his belief in alien life. fortify: fortify Drinking water fortified the runner. Workers worked hard to fortify the levee before the hurricane hit.: Workers worked hard to fortify the levee before the hurricane hit. illegible: illegible PowerPoint Presentation: Sunday Type: illegible type cn u rd mi? Welcome to another Sunday Type. It ’ s time to forget about work, kick off your shoes, sit back and feel some type lovin ’ . What ’ s all this about illegible type? Isn ’ t type meant to be read? On the whole, yes; but sometimes it ’ s interesting to see how far we can stretch type before it breaks. At what stage does type become unreadable or illegible. For that reason, I like this experiment from James Elsey : jeer: jeer lucrative: lucrative mediocre: mediocre proliferate: proliferate Mushrooms proliferate. PowerPoint Presentation: Cells proliferate subjugate: subjugate PowerPoint Presentation: Joe (purple) refused to be subjugated by Tom (black). sully: sully The clothes were sullied. PowerPoint Presentation: The mud sullied the bikers ’ new outfits. tantalize: tantalize PowerPoint Presentation: When you first go on a diet, desserts are so tantalizing. terse: terse unflinching: unflinching

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