Vocabulary Words World Literature Week 5 Squalid We

Vocabulary Words World Literature Week 5 Squalid  We

Vocabulary Words World Literature Week 5 Squalid

We were shocked to see images of children living in such horribly squalid conditions. Squalid Definition: adj.neglected and

dirty: neglected, insanitary and unpleasant Synonym: filthy, wretched, dirty, foul, fetid Antonym: clean Vociferous

The vociferous crowd of students protested against the war in Iraq. Vociferous Definition: adj.loud and noisy, compelling attention

Synonym: vocal, raucous, clamorous Antonym: quiet Voluminous Scarlett wore a voluminous dress that used enough material to make two or three regular

dresses. Voluminous Definition: adj.of great size, numerous Synonym: huge, large, capacious, ample

Antonym: small Animosity The animosity between Israel and Palestine is constantly reported on the news as the fighting never seems to

stop. Animosity Definition: n.strong dislike, bitter hostility

Synonym: hatred, loathing, dislike Antonym: goodwill Decrepit I cautioned Harry against exploring the shack as the decrepit building looked like it could

collapse at any minute. Decrepit Definition: adj.old and feeble Synonym: dilapidated, decaying, crumbling

Antonym: pristine Ingenuous Forrest Gump is an ingenuous character who has not been corrupted by the world .

Ingenuous Definition: adj.innocent, simple, frank sincere Synonym: unworldly, nave, direct, candid Antonym: artful, dishonest

Quandary Jenny was in a serious quandary when she discovered that two different boys she liked wanted to be her date to Homecoming.

Quandary Definition: n.a state of perplexity or doubt Synonym: dilemma, difficulty, jam, predicament

Antonym: ease Recalcitrant The judge admonished the recalcitrant drunk driver who defiantly swore he would do it again .

Recalcitrant Definition: adj.stubbornly disobedient, resisting authority Synonym: unruly, obstinate, unruly

Antonym: cooperative Allocate Paul had the responsibility of deciding how much food to allocate each dog in the kennel based on their age and weight.

Allocate Definition: v.to set apart, to distribute Synonym: assign, allot, apportion Antonym: withhold

Assiduous Barbara really appreciated the assiduous work that Jerry and Kathy put in all week long to help decorate the Homecoming float .

Assiduous Definition: adj.persistent, attentive, diligent Synonym: tireless, industrious Antonym: lazy

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