Vocabulary for the week of January 23-27
1.A. Appease- Relieve or Satisfy
B. Liz said that she was appeased that practice was over because she was really tired from the last game.
2.A. Reciprocal- Given, felt, or done in return
B. In class Emma and I felt that we needed to reciprocal something for Ms. Stoneham because she is always giving us things.
3.A. Tedious- Too long, slow, or dull
B. I felt like the first horse show was tedious because I was one of the last ones in my class to go and I had been waiting all day, it felt like my turn was never going to come.
4A. Waver- Shake with a quivering motion
B. Emma was wavering because she was so nervous about the exam she thought she was going to fail.
5.A. Adversity- Difficulties or misfortune
B. My brother had adversity the first time he wrestled because he wasn't to sure of the wrestling moves yet.
Vocabulary for the week of Jan. 30th- Feb. 3
6.A. Resolution- Ferm decision to do or not to do something
B. I had to make a resolution if I should go to the basketball game, and go out to eat with Emma, Liz, and Emily.
7.A. Conventional- Based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed
B. Emma put Pizza rolls in the conventional microwave because she was hungry.
8.A. Mediate- Intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement
B. Emma and Liz had to mediate when they had an argument about who was the better basketball player.
9.A. Ensue- Happen or occur afterward or as a result