May 18

#Enhance vocabulary

26/6/17

Words:

Incognito: Having one’s true identity concealed or in disguise.

Arrogant:showing an offensive attitude

Macrosmatic: Having a good sense of smell

Vespertine: Relating to or active at night


1\6\17

Words:

Morsure:The act of biting.

Sliotar:A hard ball, similar in size to a tennis ball, used in hurling

Wearside:The area around Sunderland on the River Wear.

Reclusiveness:The state or characteristic of being reclusive.

Concertmistress:A woman who is the first violinist in a symphony orchestra


24\5\17

Words

Trudging:walk slowly and with heavy steps.

Cordiales:in a warm and friendly way.

Veered:change direction suddenly.

Summit:the highest point of a hill or mountain.

 


23\5\17

Words

Lukewarm: not too hot not too cold

Risible: provoking laughter

Deedy: industrious or effective

Vague: thinking or communicating in an unfocused

 


19\5\17

WORDS;

Peppered: to be calm and still.

Umbilical:relating to or affecting the navel or umbilical cord.

Maleficium: dangerous, or harmful magic

Fie: Showing of disgust.


18\5\17

WORDS

imploringly-to beg urgently for aid of merey. 

prejudiced-unfair.

sedately-calm quiet or composed.

perplexing-very puzzling.

scoron- refuse to do something as one is to proud.

SENTENCE

This puzzle is very perplexing.

Tim won the grand finals and he was to scoron to do the dishes.

Grace is very sedately in nature.

The kid looked imploring at his mum as the Ice cream truck went by.

It is prejudiced that mum gave Max an ice cream but not me!