7th Grade Words for Hyde Park, New York

Words for 7th Grade students of Hyde Park Central School District.
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 7th Grade Words for Hyde Park Central School District
abdicate
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v. give up, renounce, abandon, lay down, or withdraw from, as a right or claim
abrasive
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a. rubbing away; tending to grind down
abruptly
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ad. quickly and without warning
acknowledge
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v. declare to be true or admit; express obligation, thanks
acquire
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v. gain through experience or effort; gain possession of; locate with tracking system
addict
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v. cause someone to become dependent; indulge in; be devoted to
adequate
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a. sufficient; enough to meet a purpose
admonish
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v. warn; counsel someone against something to be avoided
affiliation
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n. partnership; alliance; association in the same family or society
agitate
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v. cause to move with violence or sudden force; upset; disturb
allege
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v. state without proof; assert to be true
allocate
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v. assign; distribute according to plan
alternative
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a. one of two or more things, ideas or courses of action that may be used; option; choice
amendment
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n. correction; revision
antagonize
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v. provoke the hostility of; act in opposition to
attribute
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n. essential quality; reputation; honor
authentic
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a. not counterfeit or copied; valid; trustworthy
bamboozle
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v. to con, defraud, trick, to make a fool of, to humbug or impose on someone
belligerent
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a. inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
bewilder
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v. lead into perplexity or confusion; perplex with mazes
bias
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n. preference or inclination, especially one that inhibits impartial judgment; influence in unfair way
boycott
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v. refrain from buying or using
cause
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n. a person or thing that gives rise to an action
characterize
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v. distinguish; be characteristic of; be a distinctive trait or mark of
chronological
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a. arranged in order of time of occurrence
compel
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v. force; coerce; necessitate or pressure by force
competent
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a. capable; adept
component
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n. element; ingredient; abstract part of something
conclusive
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a. decisive or convincing; achieved easily or by a large margin
concur
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v. be in accord; be in agreement
condemn
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v. blame; express strong disapproval of
condor
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n. largest flying birds in the western hemisphere; gold coin of some South American countries
confront
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v. be face to face with; oppose in hostility or competition; deal with
connotation
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n. an idea that is implied or suggested
consecutive
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a. following one after another without interruption; sequential
consult
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v. seek advice or information of; take into account; consider
contrast
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n. act of distinguishing by comparing differences
copious
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a. plentiful; containing plenty; affording ample supply
correspond
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v. be compatible, similar or consistent; exchange messages
dawdle
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v. proceed slowly; waste time
deceitful
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a. dishonest or hiding the truth
demeanor
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n. conduct; management; way in which a person behaves
derogatory
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a. expressing low opinion; disparaging; belittling
devastate
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v. ruin; lay waste; destroy; make desolate
devious
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a. departing from correct or accepted way; misleading; not straightforward
devour
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v. consume; eat greedily; destroy completely
diversity
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n. point or respect in which things differ; difference
eligible
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a. qualified; desirable and worthy of choice, especially for marriage
emphasize
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v. stress; underscore; utter or pronounce with a particular stress of voice
estimate
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v. judge to be probable; form an opinion about; evaluate
evaluate
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v. judge or calculate the quality, importance, amount, or value of something
exposition
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n. exhibition; part of a play that provides the background information; opening section of a fugue
exuberant
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a. high spirited; joyously unrestrained; abundant; luxurious
famished
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a. extremely hungry; exhausted through want of food or drink
formidable
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a. arousing fear; threatening; difficult to undertake or defeat
impartial
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a. fair; showing lack of favoritism
indifferent
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a. having no particular interest or concern; being neither good nor bad
industrious
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a. diligent; hard-working; busy and laborious
inevitable
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a. unavoidable; incapable of being avoided or prevented
infuriate
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v. enrage; make furious or mad with anger
initiate
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v. begin or originate; cause something to begin
intimidate
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v. frighten; make timid; fill with fear
irate
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a. feeling or showing extreme anger; enraged
irrelevant
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a. not related to what is being discussed or considered and therefore not important; not applicable; having no connection with
legendary
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a. mythical; fabled; extremely well known; famous or renowned
liaison
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n. close relationship, connection, or link; secret love affair
libel
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n. defamatory statement; act of writing something that smears a person's character
ludicrous
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a. laughable; completely devoid of wisdom or good sense
mandatory
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a. obligatory; required or commanded by authority
mitigate
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v. make less severe or harsh; moderate
naive
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a. too willing to believe that someone is telling the truth, lacking worldly experience
narrate
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v. to give an account or tell the story of
necessity
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n. the condition of being essential or indispensable
negligent
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a. careless; inattentive
obnoxious
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a. causing disapproval or protest; very annoying or objectionable; offensive
omit
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v. leave undone or leave out ; bypass; neglect; fail to include or mention
opposition
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n. condition of being in conflict; act of opposing something
oppress
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v. cause to suffer
perceive
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v. become aware of through the senses; detect
persuasive
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a. capable of convincing; having the power to induce action or belief
prediction
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n. something foretold or predicted; prophecy
prominent
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a. very well known and important; immediately noticeable
prospective
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a. expected or expecting to be something particular in the future
punctual
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a. happening at the expected, correct time; not late
quote
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v. name the price of; state a price for securities, goods, or services
relinquish
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v. give up something with reluctance; retire from; give up or abandon
resolve
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v. make a firm decision about; find a solution to
rudimentary
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a. relating to basic facts or principles; being in the earliest stages of development; incipient
signify
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v. denote; mean; indicate
sovereign
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a. having supreme rank or power; self governing; excellent; independent
suspense
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n. uncertain cognitive state; uncertainty
talisman
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n. charm to bring good luck and avert misfortune; something that apparently has magic power
tentative
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a. hesitant; not fully worked out or developed; experimental; not definite or positive
toxic
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a. poisonous; caused by a toxin or other poison
treason
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n. disloyalty; betrayal of trust or confidence
viewpoint
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n. a place from where a person can see something, as natural beauty
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