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affect
af fect'
v. 1) to bring out a change in 2) to pretend to be or have
Marc affected his brother.
calculate
cal' cu late
v. 1) to find the answer by using arithmeic 2) to figure out by reason
Marc calculated the arithmetic problem.
climate
cli' mate
n. the average weather conditions of an area
Florida's climate is warm and humid.
column
co' lumn
n. 1) a row of figures or words running down a printed page. 2) a tall support that holds up something 3) a regular newspaper article
The column in the Cathedral was old.
decay
de cay'
v. to rot
n. a rottening
The frog started to decay after it died.
exceed
ex ceed'
v. 1) to be more than 2)to go beyond what is allowed
n. more than enough
Marc exceeded the boundary that mom made.
forbid
for bid'
v. to order not to do something
Mom forbid Marc from crossing the street.
grove
grove
n. a group of trees growing together
The Long Knives cut down the peach grove of the Navajo Indians.
limb
limb'
n. 1) an arm, leg or wing 2) a large tree branch
Marc's limb was badly wounded in battle.
mammoth
ma' mmoth
adj. very large
The mammoth-sized burger satisfied both me and Jake.
mature
ma ture'
v. to become fully grown or developed
adj fully grown or developed
The mature boy would not ride his bike without a helmet.