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Consult your dictionary for meaning of words.
I knew 1 she had a new ? hat.
are among the miners.'
to write 24 with the right 25 hand.
Homophonous words,--what do they mean?
feign, fain, fane
rode, road, rowed raise, rays, raze sent, cent, scent
to, too, two
lạwn, a fine linen or cotton fabric | ôr' ğan dỉe, a kind of transparent, with open texture.
light muslin. lĩn' en, cloth made of flax.
per eåle', a fine, cotton fabric, often măek' în tosh, a waterproof outer printed on one side. garment; a rain-coat.
pil' low, a cushion to support the mēr' çēr ized, treated to produce a head when reposing.
kind of silky appearance; as, mer- plăid, checkered cloth or pattern. cerized cotton.
rěm' nant, a fragment; an unsold mo' hair, a fabric made from the hair
part. or wool of the Angora goat; or, an sătch' el, a handbag for clothing, etc. imitation of such fabric.
săt' in, a silk cloth with a glossy surnēed' le, a slender, pointed instru- face. ment used in sewing.
såt i nět', thin kind of satin.
scärf, an article of dress worn loosely tow' el, a cloth for drying the person
about the neck, shoulders or waist. after a bath. skein, a knot of yarn.
veil, a covering of transparent mater. Skirt (skērt), the part of a dress be- ial for the face. low the waist.
wool' en, made of wool; pertaining tăf' fe tå, a fine smooth stuff of silk. to woolen cloths. tär' là tan, a thin muslin.
worst' ed (wust'-), a lightly twisted thread, a small twist of silk, cotton,
woolen yarn. flax, etc.
zěph' yr (źěf' er), a kind of yarn.
This test in spelling was given to the different grades in the schools of one of our large cities: “There were two boys at their home. Their mother said it was two o'clock and too late to go to school.”
ae çēde', to assent; to agree.
prě' cious (prěsh' us), highly prized; dodge, to evade; an artifice.
dear. dón' key, an ass.
pre põn' der ance, superiority in inex těn' u áte, to lessen; to mitigate. fluence, weight, etc. friv' o loňs, trifling; petty.
pre gèmp' tu ous, unduly confident or gôr' ġeous (-jùs), magnificent; very bold. showy.
re çıp' ro cate, to give and take mugrị māçe', a made-up face.
tually. in ad' e quate, insufficient.
shặt' tle, a sliding thread-holder. in jŭs' tiçe, wrong; injury.
sphēre, a globe; round of duty. in stăn tā' ne ous, immediate; occur- stu pěn' dous, wonderful; of prodiring instantly.
gious size. ir re sist' i ble, resistless.
thē o ret' ie al, not practical; specunois' ý, boisterous; loud.
lative. or' å tõr, an eloquent speaker. tour' nå ment (toor- or târ-), a test pól y sỹl' lå ble, a word of several of skill with several competitors. syllables.
un con' scious (-shủs), not conscious ; pomp' oŭs, stately.
industrious courageous religious
For "eye" training. famous
politician malicious seditious
SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS
NOTE: The second word in each pair is opposite in meaning to that of the first. flïm' sy, limp; thin; fragile.
plěn' te oŭs, copious; abundant. sub stăn' tial, solid; true.
ex hąust' ed, consumed; drained.
fôr' mi då ble, alarming; tremendous. wil' ý, subtle; artful; sly. în sig nif' i cant, unimportant. un so phỉs' ti eat ed, pure; artless. grå tū' i tous, free; given voluntarily. pit' i ful, merciful; calling forth pity. ob' li gå tō ry, imposing obligation. ery' el, merciless; hard-hearted. in' sti gāte, to stir up; to provoke. pi' ous, religious; devout. rē préss', to restrain; to curb. im' pi ous, profane; irreligious. ir re proach' å ble, above reproach. ěn' mi ty, hatred; hostility. guilt' y, criminal; wicked.
eôr dial' i ty (-jål'.), sincerity. op' u lent, rich; affluent.
re pěl', to repulse; to drive back. in' di ģent, needy; poor.
pro pěl', to drive forward; urge.
Write a word the opposite of: happy little difficult
industrious full clumsy wholesome
REVIEW accommodate expense
superintendent acknowledgment forty
crucible balance judgment
invariably ninety salary
consignor delineate carbon
statement definite invincible
conscientious dispel sustenance hoping
legible assuage flimsy
fabric wily dissuade
juvenile phase accessible
necessity skein recollect
insignificant Illustrate the use of the following words in sentences: separate
courteous intelligence commission proceeds protege extempore valiant ruffian gauze physique ornament gorgeous
ăm pere' (-pār'), standard unit of de flée' tion, deviation of a magnetic electrical measurements.
needle; a turning aside. an nún' ci ā tõr (-shi-), an indicator; dise, any flat, circular surface. that which announces.
dý' nå mo, a machine for producing äre, a very brilliant electric light. electric currents. är' må ture, soft iron used in contact Ed' ì son, American electrician and
to maintain electrical power undi- inventor. minished.
e lẽe triç' i ty, an invisible agent in åt' om, the smallest particle of matter nature.
that can enter into combination. e lěc' tro eāte, to put to death by băt' ter y, an apparatus for generat- electricity. ing voltaic electricity.
e lèe' trõde, ends of an opened elecbob' bin, either of the spool-shaped tric circuit. parts of an electro-magnet.
e lèe' tro-măg' net, a magnetized bar cā' ble grăm, a message sent by a of metal. submarine cable.
e lòe trăm' e ter, an instrument for çěll, a single jar of a voltaic battery. measuring the quantity of electricçîr' euit (-kit), the path of an electric ity. current.
e lẽe' tro seõpe, an instrument for decoil, a spiral conductor.
tecting the presence of electricity. con dúet' or, any substance which will fil' å ment, a fiber; a thread. transmit electricity.
fūse, to dissolve; to melt; a safetyeŭr' rent, a passage of electricity piece in an electric circuit that fuses through a conductor.
when the current is too strong.
Consult your dictionary for the meaning of words.
The allegation 12 that the teachers cannot work sums in alligation 13 is false.
pended. The severe morality, marked charity, elegant manners and thrifty habits
of the Huguenots made them a most desirable acquisitional to the colonists. A male graduate of a college is called an alumnus ; 23 more than one, alumni :23
a female graduate is called alumna; and more than one, alumnæ. “There are quiet victories and struggles, great sacrifices 24 of self, and noble
acts of heroism 25 done every day in nooks and corners, and in little households, and in men's and women's hearts.”—Charles Dickens.
What is the difference between: polite and kind
amateur and novice veracity and truth
fetch and bring avocation and vocation
adjacent and adjoining
Words frequently misspelled.
Only three words in our language end in ceed: they are exceed, proceed, and succeed; one in sede, supersede. ad hõre', to stick fast to, or cleave to. ex cēed', to surpass; to outdo. ad mis' si ble, entitled to be admitted; im pēde', to hinder; to obstruct. allowable.
im pěl', to drive or urge forward. al lěġe', to declare; to bring forward. in tēr çēde', to pass between; to arbērth, an appointment; a place in a bitrate.
ship or railway car in which to sleep. in tēr fēre', to clash; to interpose. birth, the act of coming into life; lin- ā vēr sē' er, one who oversees; a sueage.
perintendent. eå rēer', general course of action or pre çēde', before. conduct.
pro cēed', to advance; to go on. eón çēde', to yield; to admit. rěf' er ence, relation; direction of the de çēive', to delude; to mislead. attention. dỏm i nēer', to be overbearing; to se çēde', to draw off; to retire. tyrannize.
sin çēre', true; not falsely assumed.