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benefit
be' ne fit
v. To help or be helpful to
n. 1)something that is useful or helpful 2) an event that raises money for a cause.
The boy who erased the chalkboard was a benefit to the teacher.
complete
com plete'
adj. 1) Having no missing parts 2) finished
v. To finish
The boy completed the test by answering all questions and not leaving any blank.
develop
de vel' op
v. 1) to go through a process of growth 2) to bring or come into being 3) to apply chemicals to photographic film
The photographer developed the pictures in his own dark room.
dismay
dis may'
v. to cause feeling of fear
n. a sudden loss of courage
The young boy was filled with dismay after watching the children exit the Shreika.
ease
ease'
n. A state of being comfortable
The young boy was at ease speaking with adults.
hail
hail'
n. small lumps of frozen rain
The hail fell so hard on the tin roof that it broke.
lack
lack'
v. to be without
n. a shortage
The lack of money made the family beg for food.
master
mas' ter
adj. chief
v. to become skilled at
The master switch turns off all the power in our house.
patriot
pa' tri ot
n. one who loves, supports and is loyal to their country.
Sam was a patriot who was fighting the British.
project
pro' ject
n. a plan or idea for doing something.
v. 1) to stick out 2)to cause an image to be shown on the screen.
The project that the two boys made got an A+.
recommend
re com mend'
v. 1) to make a statement of praise 2) to give advise
The boy recommended candy for dinner.
remark
re mark'
v. to say
n. something said
The boy remarked, "If I don't get candy for dinner, I will simply run away."
represent
re pre sent'
v. 1) to stand for or in place of 2) to act in place of
The colonists wanted to be represented at Parliment.
sufficient
suf fi' cient
adj. enough to fill a need
The boy always gets sufficient food and drink.
utter
ut' ter
v. to speak
The boy uttered that he didn't have any candy.
permit
per mit'
v. to allow
n. a written notice that allows a person to do something
Kelsey got her driving permit in November.
resist
re sist'
v. 1) to refuse to give in to 2) to work or fight against
I can't resist candy.
scorch
scorch'
v. to burn slightly
adj very hot
The sun was scorching our backs.
tower
tow' er
v. to stand above or higher than
adj very high
The skyscrapers tower over the people below.