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Adjective awake; able to feel and think
Conscious
Adjective tense; restless; anxious
Nervous
Adjective fierce and savage
Ferocious
Adjective charming; beautiful
Glamorous
Adjective devout; pious
Religious
Adjective full of desire for fame or power
Ambitious
Adjective 1. unselfish 2. large, abundant
Generous
Adjective 1. very grave or important 2. not joking
Serious
Adjective too many
Numerous
Adjective in total agreement
Unanimous
Adjective easy to see and understand
Obvious
Adjective happening at an earlier time
Previous
Adjective believing that supernatural forces exist and that certain actions will please or anger them
Superstitious
Adjective having no rational explanation; remarkable
Miraculous
Adjective not aware of one’s surroundings
Unconscious
Noun a nonfiction book about someone’s life, written by another person
Biography
Noun a system of rules for writing and speaking in a language
Grammar
1. noun a person’s signature 2. verb to sign your own name on something
Autograph
Noun a word whose letters can be arranged to spell another word
Anagram
Noun the making of pictures on a light-sensitive surface, such as film
Photography
Adjective following the rules for speaking and writing
Grammatical
Noun the science that deals with the earth’s surface
Geography
1. noun a system for sending a message electrically 2. verb to send by telegraph
Telegraph
Noun a drawing to explain something
Diagram
Noun a graph that uses pictures to represent quantities
Pictograph
Noun a message sent by telegraph
Telegram
Adjective in realistic and vivid detail
Graphic
Noun a three-dimensional, laser-made picture of an entire object
Hologram
Noun a person who writes coded instructions for computers
Programmer
Noun a list of books used by an author in writing a given book
Bibliography