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  • Make very thin and weak. When you don not eat it makes you emaciate.

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  • Relating to a musical instrument whose sound is not electronically changed. John Lennon played an acoustic guitar. (newbury dic.)

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  • A plant such as beans. Legumes are healthy foods.

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  • To ride a horse toward an opponent. Knights joused against each other centuries ago.

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  • To let the air out. The the ball was deflated after throwing it at the car.

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  • To give out again. You need to reapport the papers to the students.

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  • Sound the an object makes when it falls. The lamp made a thud when it fell on the floor. (newbury dic.)

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  • With no calories. Some sodas are noncaloric. (newbury dic)

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  • appearance, disguise. Under the guise of the night the soilders marched forward. (newbury dic.)

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  • Being absent. Sentence- The rate of absenteeism in high
    schools is very high. (newbury dic.)

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  • Form of yes. Natch lets go. (newbury house dic.)

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  • A hook: A gaff was used to hang the lamp from the ceiling. (newbury house dic.)

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  • Strange happening:Economists don't understand all the vagaries of the stock market. (newbury house dic.)

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  • Empty: The house was vacuous after the family left. (newbury house dic)

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  • Male donkey: Not only was a hourse used as transportation, so was jackass's. (newbury house dic.)

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  • General distruction: The hurricane wrecked hevok in central Fl. (newbuery house dic)

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  • Very weak: John was very decrepit after his surgery.(Newbury house dic.)

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  • the front or outer covering of a building:He puts on a facade of being a rich man, but he is not.

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  • to step down as from a high office: The king abdicated his throne and left the country. (newbury house dictionary)

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  • a device made of beads and rods used for counting: The abacus has been used for solving Math problems for thousands of years. (newbury house dictionary)

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  • Long platform built over water/ sentence- boats sailed up to the wharf and the passengers got off. (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • person of strange behavior/ sentence- He's a real kook about cleanliness.(Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • christmas time/ people go to parties during yueltide (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • To Make, used to/ Sentence- He is habituated to eating breakfast in the morining (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • to motion or call someone/ the teacher beckoned the student to her desk (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • Uncertain/ Sentence- His chances of living after the accident are dicey (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • To argue about the price/ Sentence- The woman dickered with the salesperson about the camera price (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • An army officer of ancient rome/ Sentence- A centurion commanded a company of about 100 soilders (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • To deep to be measured/ Sentence- That movie was an abysmal failure. (Newbury House Dictionary)

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  • 1.) Sleepy tired/ Sentence- some medicines make people lethargic. (Newbury House dictionary)

    September 25, 2010

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  • Don't you like the examples already on each word?

    September 25, 2010