Vocabulary Set 11

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  • Vocabulary Set 11

    1. 1. Vocabulary Set 11 Reaching the End Father, Mother, Birth
    2. 2. fin
    3. 3. fin
    4. 4. finend
    5. 5. fin endfinish
    6. 6. fin endfinish finite
    7. 7. confineDefinitionExample
    8. 8. confine verbDefinitionExample
    9. 9. confine verbDefinition ~ to keep within certain limits; to imprisonExample
    10. 10. confine verbDefinition ~ to keep within certain limits; to imprisonExample Mr. King decided to confine the students in his room during study hall.
    11. 11. confine verbDefinition ~ to keep within certain limits; to imprisonExample Mr. King decided to confine the students in his room during study hall.
    12. 12. confine verbDefinition ~ to keep within certain limits; to imprisonExample Mr. King decided to confine the students in his room during study hall.
    13. 13. with, together confine verbDefinition ~ to keep within certain limits; to imprisonExample Mr. King decided to confine the students in his room during study hall.
    14. 14. definitiveDefinitionExample
    15. 15. definitive adjectiveDefinitionExample
    16. 16. definitive adjectiveDefinition ~ final; most accurate and completeExample
    17. 17. definitive adjectiveDefinition ~ final; most accurate and completeExample My teacher pressed me to give a definitive answer.
    18. 18. definitive adjectiveDefinition ~ final; most accurate and completeExample My teacher pressed me to give a definitive answer.
    19. 19. finaleDefinitionExample
    20. 20. finaleDefinition nounExample
    21. 21. finaleDefinition noun ~ the last scene of a show or the last movement of a musical performanceExample
    22. 22. finaleDefinition noun ~ the last scene of a show or the last movement of a musical performanceExample The series finale of “Lost” still left us with many questions!
    23. 23. finaleDefinition noun ~ the last scene of a show or the last movement of a musical performanceExample The series finale of “Lost” still left us with many questions!
    24. 24. infiniteDefinitionExample
    25. 25. infinite adjectiveDefinitionExample
    26. 26. infinite adjectiveDefinition ~ without limits; endlessExample
    27. 27. infinite adjectiveDefinition ~ without limits; endlessExample It seems as if we have an infinite amount of homework this year!
    28. 28. infinite adjectiveDefinition ~ without limits; endlessExample It seems as if we have an infinite amount of homework this year!
    29. 29. infinite adjectiveDefinition ~ without limits; endlessExample It seems as if we have an infinite amount of homework this year!
    30. 30. not infinite adjectiveDefinition ~ without limits; endlessExample It seems as if we have an infinite amount of homework this year!
    31. 31. sat
    32. 32. sat
    33. 33. satenough
    34. 34. sat enoughsatisfy
    35. 35. sat enoughsatisfy satisfactory
    36. 36. insatiableDefinitionExample
    37. 37. insatiable adjectiveDefinitionExample
    38. 38. insatiable adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to satisfy; greedyExample
    39. 39. insatiable adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to satisfy; greedyExample He has an insatiable thirst for knowledge.
    40. 40. insatiable adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to satisfy; greedyExample He has an insatiable thirst for knowledge.
    41. 41. insatiable adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to satisfy; greedyExample He has an insatiable thirst for knowledge.
    42. 42. insatiable adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to satisfy; greedyExample He has an insatiable thirst for knowledge.
    43. 43. insatiable able, can do (adj.) adjectiveDefinition ~ unable to satisfy; greedyExample He has an insatiable thirst for knowledge.
    44. 44. saturateDefinitionExample
    45. 45. saturate verbDefinitionExample
    46. 46. saturate verbDefinition ~ to soak thoroughly; to fill fullyExample
    47. 47. saturate verbDefinition ~ to soak thoroughly; to fill fullyExample Don’t watch trashy TV shows--you’ll saturate your mind with that filth.
    48. 48. saturate verbDefinition ~ to soak thoroughly; to fill fullyExample Don’t watch trashy TV shows--you’ll saturate your mind with that filth.
    49. 49. saturate verbDefinition ~ to soak thoroughly; to fill fullyExample Don’t watch trashy TV shows--you’ll saturate your mind with that filth.
    50. 50. saturate to make (v.) verbDefinition ~ to soak thoroughly; to fill fullyExample Don’t watch trashy TV shows--you’ll saturate your mind with that filth.
    51. 51. term
    52. 52. term
    53. 53. term end
    54. 54. term end terminal
    55. 55. determineDefinitionExample
    56. 56. determine verbDefinitionExample
    57. 57. determine verbDefinition ~ to set limits; to defineExample
    58. 58. determine verbDefinition ~ to set limits; to defineExample The Guard Card rules were determined before you even started middle school.
    59. 59. determine verbDefinition ~ to set limits; to defineExample The Guard Card rules were determined before you even started middle school.
    60. 60. indeterminableDefinitionExample
    61. 61. indeterminable adjectiveDefinitionExample
    62. 62. indeterminable adjectiveDefinition ~ cannot be determined or decidedExample
    63. 63. indeterminable adjectiveDefinition ~ cannot be determined or decidedExample North Korea’s future is indeterminable at this point.
    64. 64. indeterminable adjectiveDefinition ~ cannot be determined or decidedExample North Korea’s future is indeterminable at this point.
    65. 65. indeterminable adjectiveDefinition ~ cannot be determined or decidedExample North Korea’s future is indeterminable at this point.
    66. 66. indeterminable adjectiveDefinition ~ cannot be determined or decidedExample North Korea’s future is indeterminable at this point.
    67. 67. terminableDefinitionExample
    68. 68. terminable adjectiveDefinitionExample
    69. 69. terminable adjectiveDefinition ~ likely to end; can be endedExample
    70. 70. terminable adjectiveDefinition ~ likely to end; can be endedExample Her job contract was terminable.
    71. 71. terminable adjectiveDefinition ~ likely to end; can be endedExample Her job contract was terminable.
    72. 72. terminable adjectiveDefinition ~ likely to end; can be endedExample Her job contract was terminable.
    73. 73. terminateDefinitionExample
    74. 74. terminate verbDefinitionExample
    75. 75. terminate verbDefinition ~ to end; to close; to limitExample
    76. 76. terminate verbDefinition ~ to end; to close; to limitExample The man terminated all of the roaches in our apartment.
    77. 77. terminate verbDefinition ~ to end; to close; to limitExample The man terminated all of the roaches in our apartment.
    78. 78. terminate verbDefinition ~ to end; to close; to limitExample The man terminated all of the roaches in our apartment.
    79. 79. gen
    80. 80. gen
    81. 81. genbirth, origin
    82. 82. genbirth, origingene
    83. 83. genbirth, origingene generate
    84. 84. genealogyDefinitionExample
    85. 85. genealogy nounDefinitionExample
    86. 86. genealogy nounDefinition ~ an account of ancestors and descendantsExample
    87. 87. genealogy nounDefinition ~ an account of ancestors and descendantsExample My grandmother and I worked on our genealogy during summer break.
    88. 88. genealogy nounDefinition ~ an account of ancestors and descendantsExample My grandmother and I worked on our genealogy during summer break.
    89. 89. genesisDefinitionExample
    90. 90. genesis nounDefinitionExample
    91. 91. genesis nounDefinition ~ the beginning, origin, or way in which something was createdExample
    92. 92. genesis nounDefinition ~ the beginning, origin, or way in which something was createdExample The sleepover was the genesis of their band.
    93. 93. genesis nounDefinition ~ the beginning, origin, or way in which something was createdExample The sleepover was the genesis of their band.
    94. 94. geneticsDefinitionExample
    95. 95. genetics nounDefinitionExample
    96. 96. genetics nounDefinition ~ the branch of biology dealing with heredityExample
    97. 97. genetics nounDefinition ~ the branch of biology dealing with heredityExample She was proud to be studying genetics in university.
    98. 98. genetics nounDefinition ~ the branch of biology dealing with heredityExample She was proud to be studying genetics in university.
    99. 99. mater, matri
    100. 100. mater, matri
    101. 101. mater, matri mother
    102. 102. mater, matri mother maternal
    103. 103. maternityDefinitionExample
    104. 104. maternity adjectiveDefinitionExample
    105. 105. maternity adjectiveDefinition ~ concerning prospective mothers; for pregnant womenExample
    106. 106. maternity adjectiveDefinition ~ concerning prospective mothers; for pregnant womenExample Some stores sell only maternity clothes.
    107. 107. maternity adjectiveDefinition ~ concerning prospective mothers; for pregnant womenExample Some stores sell only maternity clothes.
    108. 108. matrimonyDefinitionExample
    109. 109. matrimony nounDefinitionExample
    110. 110. matrimony nounDefinition ~ the act of marrying; the state of being marriedExample
    111. 111. matrimony nounDefinition ~ the act of marrying; the state of being marriedExample Matrimony is different in every culture.
    112. 112. matrimony nounDefinition ~ the act of marrying; the state of being marriedExample Matrimony is different in every culture.
    113. 113. matriarchDefinitionExample
    114. 114. matriarch nounDefinitionExample
    115. 115. matriarch nounDefinition ~ the mother who rules the family or tribeExample
    116. 116. matriarch nounDefinition ~ the mother who rules the family or tribeExample The matriarch enforced all the rules in the tribe.
    117. 117. matriarch nounDefinition ~ the mother who rules the family or tribeExample The matriarch enforced all the rules in the tribe.
    118. 118. matronlyDefinitionExample
    119. 119. matronly adjectiveDefinitionExample
    120. 120. matronly adjectiveDefinition ~ like a married woman; dignified; statelyExample
    121. 121. matronly adjectiveDefinition ~ like a married woman; dignified; statelyExample My matronly aunt taught me how to knit.
    122. 122. matronly adjectiveDefinition ~ like a married woman; dignified; statelyExample My matronly aunt taught me how to knit.
    123. 123. pater, patr
    124. 124. pater, patr
    125. 125. pater, patr father
    126. 126. pater, patr father patriarch
    127. 127. expatriateDefinitionExample
    128. 128. expatriate nounDefinitionExample
    129. 129. expatriate nounDefinition ~ a person who is forced to leave his or her native countryExample
    130. 130. expatriate nounDefinition ~ a person who is forced to leave his or her native countryExample There are many expatriates living in Seoul.
    131. 131. expatriate nounDefinition ~ a person who is forced to leave his or her native countryExample There are many expatriates living in Seoul.
    132. 132. paternalDefinitionExample
    133. 133. paternal adjectiveDefinitionExample
    134. 134. paternal adjectiveDefinition ~ fatherly; of or like a father; on the father’s side of the familyExample
    135. 135. paternal adjectiveDefinition ~ fatherly; of or like a father; on the father’s side of the familyExample My paternal grandfather died before I was born.
    136. 136. paternal adjectiveDefinition ~ fatherly; of or like a father; on the father’s side of the familyExample My paternal grandfather died before I was born.
    137. 137. patricianDefinitionExample
    138. 138. patrician nounDefinitionExample
    139. 139. patrician nounDefinition ~ a noble, high- ranking personExample
    140. 140. patrician nounDefinition ~ a noble, high- ranking personExample Wealthy landowners in ancient Rome were called “patricians”.
    141. 141. patrician nounDefinition ~ a noble, high- ranking personExample Wealthy landowners in ancient Rome were called “patricians”.

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