Vocab. Workshop Level B

  1. near, next to, adjoining
    adjacent
  2. to get down from, step down from, to come down form the air, land
    alight
  3. not productive, bare
    barren
  4. What best describes the word: disrupt:


    B. to break-up
  5. What word means a powerful family or group of rulers that maintains its position or power for some time?


    C. dynasty
  6. foretaste


    A. sample, warning
  7. To begin to grow, come into being:


    A. germinate
  8. ordinary, dull, routine, without variation


    C. humdrum
  9. insinuate:


    C. to suggest or hint slyly
  10. interminable


    A. endless, ceaseless
  11. to rush violently, clash headlong; to fling or hurl forcefully
    hurtle
  12. to ask questions, examine by questioning:


    A. interrogate
  13. recompense:


    C. to pay back, to give a reward
  14. renovate:


    A. to repair, restore to good condition
  15. The _____________________student sat down in the back of the classroom.


    B. sullen
  16. The water began to____________________from the rusty old pipe.


    B. trickle
  17. not important, minor, ordinary


    A. trivial
  18. truce:


    B. a pause in fighting, temporary peace
  19. The job applicant gave a copy of her______________to the person in charge of the employment agency.


    A. resume
  20. Synonym for boldfaced word: chased by the savage dog


    C. vicious
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Vocab. Workshop Level B
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