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dependable
(adj) reliable
Marshall Taylor was very dependable because he did what he said he was going to do.
brisk
(adj) quick and full of energy
I went on a brisk walk and was back very quickly.
downcast
(adj) sad or depressed
John was very downcast because his puppy had run away.
integrate
(verb) to make available to all groups
Everyone can now play on integrated teams.
distribute
(verb) to give out
The teacher is going to distribute the test papers.
distribute
(verb) to give out
The teacher is going to distribute the test papers.
remarkable
(adj) having unusual qualities
The Lord of the Rings has some remarkable special effects.
gleam
(verb) to shine or reflect light
The gleam from the headlights bothered my eyes.
anonymous
(adj) a name that is not given or known
No one knew who wrote the anonymous letter.
criticize
(verb) to say something good or bad about someone
Roger didn't mean to hurt Sally's feelings when he criticized her.
companion
(noun) a person who goes along with or spends time with others
When I went to the mall my sister was my companion.
inferior
(adj) below average
I hope to improve my inferior grade in social studies.
bold
(adj) having courage; fearless; daring
The Patriot's made a bold move by trying for the touchdown.
ignorant
(adj) having a lack of knowledge
I am ignorant when it comes to speaking Russian.
reform
(verb) to make better my getting rid of faults or defects.
I am going to reform my homework study habits by not studying while watching TV.
injustice
(noun) lack of fairness
The students felt an injustice when they had lots of homework but the other class had none.