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conclusion

con clu sion
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mammoth

mam moth

Syn. - enormous, hugh, immense, gigantic, colossal
(n.) a very large, long-tusked, shaggy-haired elephant that is now extinct
(adj.) great in size

Ant. - small, tiny, little, minature
squirt

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Unit 16
Vocabulary Workshop - Level Blue
Jonathan Sams
Mrs. Delaney, 4th Grade
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observation

ob ser va tion
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safeguard

safe guard

Syn. - a protection, defense; to defend, guard, save
(n.) something that protects
(v.) to protect against possible danger

Ant. - to endanger, threaten, risk
sentries

sen tries
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endanger

en dan ger

Syn. - to risk, threaten
(v.) to expose to injury or harm

Ant. - to protect, defend, preserve, save, secure
perch

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cram

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Syn. - to pack, crowd, jam, load, squeeze
(v.) to stuff tightly; to fill tightly; to study hard just before a test

Ant. - to empty, clean out, clear out
oppose

op pose
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rowdy

row dy

Syn. - wild, unruly, noisy
(adj.) rough and disorderly

Ant. - quiet, tame, gentle, mild
fare

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Syn. - to manage, succeed; a charge, fee, price, menu
(v.) to get along
(n.) the cost of travel on public transportation; food and drink
rigid

ri gid

Syn. - stiff, firm, inflexible; severe, stern
(adj.) not bending; very strict

Ant. - elastic, flexible, loose
fertile

fer tile

Syn. - fruitful, productive, rich
(adj.) good for producing crops and plants; capable of developing or growing

Ant. - barren, unproductive
peer

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Syn. an equal, colleague; to gaze, stare, look, scan
(n.) a person of the same age, rank, or ability; a British noble
(v.) to look closely at
furnish

fur nish

Syn. - to equip, outfit, provide, give
(v.) to supply with furniture; to supply with what is needed

Ant. - to take, withold
assume

as sume

Syn. - to accept, undertake, seize; to imagine, suppose, believe
(v.) to take upon oneself; to take for oneself; to pretend to have or be; to take for granted

Ant. - to reject, refuse, give up
trespass

tres pass

Syn. - a sin, wrongdoing, invasion; to sin, offend, intrude
(n.) an action that is wrong; unlawful entry onto someone's property
(v.) to do wrong; to enter on someone's property without right
transportation

trans por ta tion
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represent

re pre sent
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