Spelling Words for 10th Grade (List 4)

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expertise
n. specialized knowledge; expert skill
expropriate
v. take possession of; transfer another's property to oneself
extirpate
v. root out; eradicate, literally or figuratively; destroy wholly
exultant
a. inclined to exult; characterized by, or expressing, exultation; rejoicing triumphantly
facile
a. done or achieved with little effort or difficulty; ready or fluent
facilitate
v. help bring about; make less difficult
fahrenheit
a. of or relating to a temperature scale proposed by the inventor of the mercury thermometer
famished
a. extremely hungry; exhausted through want of food or drink
fanfare
n. loud flourish of brass instruments, especially trumpets; spectacular public display
fastidious
a. difficult to please; having complicated requirements; excessively particular demanding about details
fend
v. ward off; make an effort to resist; keep off; prevent from entering
fertile
a. rich; fruitful; inventive; creative; intellectually productive
filibuster
v. block legislation by making long speeches
flair
n. natural talent or aptitude; a special ability for doing something well
fledgling
a. young and inexperienced; having just acquired its flight feathers
forage
v. hunt for; search; the act of searching for food
foray
n. assault; an initial attempt; a sudden short attack
forbearance
n. patience; restraint of passions; act of forbearing or waiting
foreclose
v. keep from happening or arising; make impossible
forehead
n. the part of the face above the eyes
formation
n. a structure or arrangement of something; pattern
fortify
v. make strong or stronger; prepare oneself for a military confrontation
foster
v. rear; promote the growth of; help develop
frank
a. honest; sincere; open and sincere in expression; straightforward
frenetic
a. excessively agitated; transported with rage or other violent emotion
frenzied
a. madly excited; in state of hurry, panic or wild activity
frostbitten
a. injured by freezing or partial freezing
furious
a. extreme anger; raging; full of activity; energetic or rapid
furnish
v. provide; supply; equip with what is needed, especially to provide furniture for
gadfly
n. any of various flies, that bite or annoy livestock and other animals; irritating person
gaunt
a. very thin, especially from disease or hunger or cold; barren
generation
n. all offspring at same stage from common ancestor; interval of time between the birth of parents and their offspring
geriatrics
n. the branch of medical science that deals with diseases and problems specific to old people
gesture
n. motion of hands or body to emphasize or help to express a thought or feeling
ghastly
a. horrible; inspiring shock; extremely unpleasant or bad
gingerly
ad. with great care or delicacy; cautiously
glossy
a. smooth and shining; reflecting luster from smooth or polished surface; plausible
glut
v. fill beyond capacity, especially with food; swallow greedlly
gnarled
a. twisted; knotty; made rough by age or hard work
govern
v. make and administer the public policy and affairs of
granite
n. common, coarse-grained, light-colored, hard igneous rock consisting chiefly of quartz; unyielding endurance
graze
v. scrape gently; feed on growing grasses and herbage
grimace
n. facial distortion to show feeling such as pain, disgust
gullible
a. easily deceived or cheated; easily tricked because of being too trusting
haggard
a. wasted away; showing wearing effects of overwork or suffering
hallowed
a. associated with a divine power; made holy; worthy of religious veneration
handsome
a. skillful; handy; agreeable to the eye or to correct taste; having a pleasing appearance; attractive
handwriting
n. the activity of writing by hand; something written by hand
haphazard
a. not thorough, constant or consistent; by chance
harangue
n. noisy speech; speech or piece of writing with strong feeling or expression
harassment
n. feeling of intense annoyance caused by being tormented; worry; annoyance; anxiety.
haughty
a. high; lofty; bold; arrogant; overbearing
haunt
v. be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place; bother; disturb
headquarter
n. main office of large organization
heed
v. pay attention to; listen to and consider
hoodwink
v. deceive; take in by deceptive means; delude
humanity
n. kindness; virtue; all of the inhabitants of the earth
hunger
n. strong desire for something; feel the need to eat
hypochondriac
n. patient with imaginary symptoms and ailments; one who is morbidly anxious about his health, and generally depressed
ignominious
a. deserving or bringing disgrace or shame, used of conduct or character
impassable
a. not able to be traveled or crossed
impel
v. drive or force onward; drive forward; urge to action through moral pressure