Category Archive: Caught’ya

Aug 15

Caught’ya Vocabulary 01

Use these words to complete the class and homework assignments and to study for your vocabulary quiz.  Quiz date will be announced soon. Caught’ya 01 Vocabulary   Definition Part of Speech Sentence 1. jilt:  to abruptly reject and cast aside a sweetheart Verb His fiancee will jilt him by refusing marriage. 2. innocuous:  not causing injury, harm …

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Sep 15

Caught’ya Vocabulary 02

Copy or print this page to add to your notebook.  You’ll need to know spelling, definitions and parts of speech for these words. malicious: (Adjective) full of, characterized by, or  showing malice; intentionally harmful; spiteful grotesque: (Adjective) odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd; bizarre. repulsive: (Adjective) causing repugnance or aversion: a repulsive mask. regret:  (verb) to feel sorrow or remorse for (an act, fault, disappointment, etc.) insignificant: (Adjective) unimportant, trifling, or petty dejected: (Adjective) depressed in spirits; disheartened; low-spirited odious: (Adjective) deserving or causing hatred; hateful; detestable. vicious: (Adjective) …

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Sep 20

Caught’ya Vocabulary 03

Copy the following words, definitions and parts of speech and place your paper in your notebook.  Use these to study for your test.   utterly: completely and without qualification (adverb) resentment: a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will (noun) exquisite: delicately beautiful (adjective) considerate: showing concern for the rights and feelings of others …

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Sep 28

Caught’ya Vocabulary 04

1. noiselessly: accompanied by or making little or no noise; silently; quietly  (adverb)  2. gawk: to look at something stupidly (verb) 3. horrendous: shockingly horrible (adjective) 4. hefty: large and powerful, often heavy as well (adjective) 5. precariously: in an insecure or unstable manner (adverb) 6. warily: with considerable caution and watchfulness (adverb) 7. colossal: being …

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Oct 04

Caught’ya Vocab05

scrutinize: inspect carefully Verb I scrutinize each piece to look for flaws. massive:  of or on a very large scale Adjective The massive pillars made us feel very small. intrusion: entrance by force or without invitation Noun Pardon my intrusion into your conversation. compromise: to come to a mutual agreement Verb We can compromise and …

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Oct 12

Caught’ya Vocabulary 06

Use the words to create Vocabulary Word Diagrams OR complete the assignment on Vocabulary Spelling City.  Due by 10/27/17  

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Nov 02

Caught’ya Vocabulary 07

Copy these words, their definitions and parts of speech into your notebook or print this page and add to your notebook. Or (if you’re wise you’ll place the paper Mrs. G gave you in your notebook.) Complete vocabulary words diagrams OR the Spelling Vocabulary City assignments for homework. DUE Monday, November 9. 2015.   apprehensively with …

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