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applaud
a-pplaud'
v. 1. To show approval, especially by clapping hands.
The mother applauded her son.
crafty
cra'-fty
adj. Skilled at tricking others.
The crafty fox bribed the bird for its cheese.
disclose
dis-close'
v. 1. To make known.
Once the information about the team members crime was disclosed, the game was cancelled.
drab
drab'
adj. Dull and without color; not cheerful or colorful.
The Patriots uniforms were drab compared to the bright red British coats.
entire
en-tire'
adj. Having nothing left out; whole; complete.
This is the entire list of all the rules.
exclaim
ex-claim'
v. To speak suddenly and with strong feeling.
The soldier exclaimed, "The British are coming!"
exquisite
ex-quis'-ite
adj. Finely done or made; very beautiful.
The exquisite painting has many colors and interesting shapes.
intend
in-tend'
v. To plan; To have in mind.
We intended to go to the park after school, but it was snowing.
jeer
jeer'
v. To speak or cry out in scorn; To mock.
n. Something said that is meant to hurt or insult.
The boy jeered at the girl with the big glasses.
peer
peer'
v. To look closely; To stare, especially at something that is hard to see or understand.
Marc leaned in close and peered at the lizards tail.
progress
pro'-gress
n. 1. Moving toward a goal. 2. An improvement.
v. 1. To move forward. 2. To advance to a higher stage.
The boy made progress in building his fort in the woods by adding a roof.
refine
re-fine'
v. To make pure by removing all unwanted matter.
I refined my painting skils so that I could enter the contest.
scoundrel
scoun'-drel
n. A mean or wicked person.
The scoundrel threatened to hurt the man if he didn't give him his wallet.
uneasy
un-ea'-sy
adj. Not comfortable; worried or nervous.
I was uneasy about getting on the boat until I saw the lifejackets.
vain
vain'
adj. 1. Having too high an opinion of one's looks or achievements. 2. Without success.
The boy was so vain that he changed his hairstyle every hour to make sure that he looked the best.