Ambiguous. Adjective (Ambiguity : Noun: State of . being unclear). Unclear/Open to interpretation. He made an . ambiguous. comment about firing someone, but he didn’t specify who, so we were all worried..
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ERWC: Vocabulary List Seven
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Ambiguous Adjective Ambiguity Noun State of being unclear UnclearOpen to interpretation He made an ambiguous comment about firing someone but he didnt specify who so we were all worried ID: 700589 Download Presentation
Blather. Verb. Blathers, blathered, blathering. To talk on and on about nothing important. I could take no more of his . blathering. , so I got up and left.. Harrowing. Adjective. Deeply disturbing or frightening.
Vocabulary List 3. Push . something forward. The speed he builds up down the hill will . propel. the skier into the air.. Their terrible situation . propelled. them to move to another country.. Vocabulary List 3.
When you come across the following vocabulary words, create an “ENTRY” in your spiral. . How to Create and Entry. :. List the word.. Write the part of speech. . Describe the context. (What’s happening when the word is used? How is it used?).
VOCABULARY LIST 1. Adonis. —handsome young man (from Adonis, a youth loved by Aphrodite, goddess of love) . amazon. —tall, strong, athletic woman (from . the women . warriors) . ambrosial. —extremely delicious; excellent (from .
Childhood memories: What do you remember about first and second grade? Did you like school? Did you ever get into trouble? What adults did you dislike? Fear? What did you think of your parents? . Chapter 1 Quiz.