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analyze
an' a lyze
v. to break down into separate parts in order to study.
a nal ysis
I analyzed the water for my Science Project.
apprehensive
ap pre hen' sive
adj. worried or uneasy about what might happen

apprehension
I was apprehensive when I saw Marc mixing chemicals and thought about what might happen.
coincide
co' in cide
v. 1) to be in the same place or occur at the same time. 2) to be exactly the same; to agree
co in cid ence
It was a coincidence that we dressed the same.
compose
com pose'
v. 1) to make by combining 2) to create or write as a poem or song 3) to quiet or calm
Water is composed of oxygen and hydrogen.
disk
disk'
n any thin circular object
My CD is a disk.
envelop
en vel' op
v 1) to hide or cover on all sides
The vines enveloped the statue.
exist
ex ist'
v 1) to be real 2) to be found to occur 3) to stay alive
Do aliens really exist?
extraordinary

ex tra or' din ary
adj very unusual; remarkable
It must have been extraordinary being in space.
fuse
fuse'
v. to join together or as if by melting

fusion
The smithy fused the two metals togeher.
mere
mere'
adj nothing more than; only
It was a mere skrimage, not a real game.
revolve
re vol' ve
v. to go around something in a circle; to turn around in a circle.
Some people think the world revolves around them, but it really revolves around me.
scale
scale'
n. 1) hard thin plates that cover fish and certain reptiles 2) series of music notes 3)instrument for measuring weight 4)comparing one size to another 5)series of steps
v. to climb or climb over
By reading the notes on a scale of a piece, you can improve your playing.
solar
sol' ar
adj. of or having to do with the sun
Some cars are powered by solar power, or powered by the sun.
trace
trace'
n. 1) a very small amount 2)a mark or sign left behind by someone or something
v. 1) to follow the trails or tracks of; to locate 2)to copy by following the lines of through thin paper.
I traced the picture.
velocity
ve lo' city
n. rate of movement; speed
The tired boy moved with very slow velocity.