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Vocabulary set 16 Vocabulary set 16 Presentation Transcript

  • Vocabulary Set 16 Look and See Speaking
  • scop
  • scop
  • scopsee, look
  • scop see, looktelescope
  • scop see, looktelescope periscope
  • kaleidoscopeDefinitionExample
  • kaleidoscope nounDefinitionExample
  • kaleidoscope nounDefinition ~ an instrument for viewing objects arranged in changing but symmetrical patternsExample
  • kaleidoscope nounDefinition ~ an instrument for viewing objects arranged in changing but symmetrical patternsExample I got such a kick out of kaleidoscopes when I was a kid!
  • kaleidoscope nounDefinition ~ an instrument for viewing objects arranged in changing but symmetrical patternsExample I got such a kick out of kaleidoscopes when I was a kid!
  • kaleidoscope nounDefinition ~ an instrument for viewing objects arranged in changing but symmetrical patternsExample I got such a kick out of kaleidoscopes when I was a kid!
  • spec, spic
  • spec, spic
  • spec, spic see, look
  • spec, spic see, look spectator
  • spec, spic see, look spectator spectacular
  • conspicuousDefinitionExample
  • conspicuous adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • conspicuous adjectiveDefinition ~ easily seen, noticeableExample
  • conspicuous adjectiveDefinition ~ easily seen, noticeableExample Try not to be so conspicuous when sneaking into the kitchen for more cookies!
  • conspicuous adjectiveDefinition ~ easily seen, noticeableExample Try not to be so conspicuous when sneaking into the kitchen for more cookies!
  • perspectiveDefinitionExample
  • perspective nounDefinitionExample
  • perspective nounDefinition ~a way of drawing objects; an evaluation of a problem by considering all the parts of the problem; an outlook or frame of mindExample
  • perspective nounDefinition ~a way of drawing objects; an evaluation of a problem by considering all the parts of the problem; an outlook or frame of mindExample That’s not true; it’s just your perspective.
  • perspective nounDefinition ~a way of drawing objects; an evaluation of a problem by considering all the parts of the problem; an outlook or frame of mindExample That’s not true; it’s just your perspective.
  • specimenDefinitionExample
  • specimen nounDefinitionExample
  • specimen nounDefinition ~ part of the whole; a sampleExample
  • specimen nounDefinition ~ part of the whole; a sampleExample The scientist examined the specimen under the the microscope.
  • specimen nounDefinition ~ part of the whole; a sampleExample The scientist examined the specimen under the the microscope.
  • spectrum specimenDefinitionExample
  • spectrum specimen nounDefinitionExample
  • spectrum specimen nounDefinition ~ colored bands that are arranged by their wave lengths when a white light passes through a prismExample
  • spectrum specimen nounDefinition ~ colored bands that are arranged by their wave lengths when a white light passes through a prismExample You study a broad spectrum of issues in social studies.
  • spectrum specimen nounDefinition ~ colored bands that are arranged by their wave lengths when a white light passes through a prismExample You study a broad spectrum of issues in social studies.
  • spectrum specimen nounDefinition ~ colored bands that are arranged by their wave lengths when a white light passes through a prismExample You study a broad spectrum of issues in social studies.
  • specimen speculateDefinitionExample
  • specimen speculate verbDefinitionExample
  • specimen speculate verbDefinition ~ to think about something; viewing it from different points of viewExample
  • specimen speculate verbDefinition ~ to think about something; viewing it from different points of viewExample I speculated about what would happen if I turned in my research paper late.
  • specimen speculate verbDefinition ~ to think about something; viewing it from different points of viewExample I speculated about what would happen if I turned in my research paper late.
  • vis, vid
  • vis, vid
  • vis, vid see, look
  • vis, vid see, look vision
  • vis, vid see, look vision video
  • envisionDefinitionExample
  • envision verbDefinitionExample
  • envision verbDefinition ~to picture in one’s mind; to imagineExample
  • envision verbDefinition ~to picture in one’s mind; to imagineExample Sometimes I try to envision where each of you will be in ten years.
  • envision verbDefinition ~to picture in one’s mind; to imagineExample Sometimes I try to envision where each of you will be in ten years.
  • visibilityDefinitionExample
  • visibility nounDefinitionExample
  • visibility nounDefinition ~ the ability to be seenExample
  • visibility nounDefinition ~ the ability to be seenExample The sign’s visibility upset all the neighbors.
  • visibility nounDefinition ~ the ability to be seenExample The sign’s visibility upset all the neighbors.
  • vistaDefinitionExample
  • vista nounDefinitionExample
  • vista nounDefinition ~ a view or outlookExample
  • vista nounDefinition ~ a view or outlookExample The vista from the edge of the canyon was awesome.
  • vista nounDefinition ~ a view or outlookExample The vista from the edge of the canyon was awesome.
  • visualDefinitionExample
  • visual adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • visual adjectiveDefinition ~ relating to sight; used in seeing; able to be seenExample
  • visual adjectiveDefinition ~ relating to sight; used in seeing; able to be seenExample I make all these Keynotes for all you visual learners.
  • visual adjectiveDefinition ~ relating to sight; used in seeing; able to be seenExample I make all these Keynotes for all you visual learners.
  • dic
  • dic
  • dicsay, declare
  • dic say, declaredictionary
  • dic say, declaredictionary contradict
  • dictateDefinitionExample
  • dictate verbDefinitionExample
  • dictate verbDefinition ~ to speak and have someone else write down what is said; to decreeExample
  • dictate verbDefinition ~ to speak and have someone else write down what is said; to decreeExample The teacher dictated the notes and I wrote them down.
  • dictate verbDefinition ~ to speak and have someone else write down what is said; to decreeExample The teacher dictated the notes and I wrote them down.
  • dictumDefinitionExample
  • dictum nounDefinitionExample
  • dictum nounDefinition ~ a statement from an authority or a judge; a sayingExample
  • dictum nounDefinition ~ a statement from an authority or a judge; a sayingExample The ruler’s dictum concerning new taxes was unpopular with the peasants.
  • dictum nounDefinition ~ a statement from an authority or a judge; a sayingExample The ruler’s dictum concerning new taxes was unpopular with the peasants.
  • indictmentDefinitionExample
  • indictment nounDefinitionExample
  • indictment nounDefinition ~ a charge or accusationExample
  • indictment nounDefinition ~ a charge or accusationExample The man’s indictment was for four charges of forgery.
  • indictment nounDefinition ~ a charge or accusationExample The man’s indictment was for four charges of forgery.
  • loc, log, loqu
  • loc, log, loqu
  • loc, log, loqu speak, talk
  • loc, log, loqu speak, talk ventriloquist
  • eloquentDefinitionExample
  • eloquent adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • eloquent adjectiveDefinition ~ having fluent, powerful, vivid, graceful or persuasive speechExample
  • eloquent adjectiveDefinition ~ having fluent, powerful, vivid, graceful or persuasive speechExample His eloquent speech moved people to tears.
  • eloquent adjectiveDefinition ~ having fluent, powerful, vivid, graceful or persuasive speechExample His eloquent speech moved people to tears.
  • eulogyDefinitionExample
  • eulogy nounDefinitionExample
  • eulogy nounDefinition ~ a speech or statement of praise for a person or eventExample
  • eulogy nounDefinition ~ a speech or statement of praise for a person or eventExample The daughter delivered the eulogy at her father’s funeral.
  • eulogy nounDefinition ~ a speech or statement of praise for a person or eventExample The daughter delivered the eulogy at her father’s funeral.
  • loquaciousDefinitionExample
  • loquacious adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • loquacious adjectiveDefinition ~ talkative, continually talkingExample
  • loquacious adjectiveDefinition ~ talkative, continually talkingExample You never know what’s going to come out of that loquacious boy’s mouth.
  • loquacious adjectiveDefinition ~ talkative, continually talkingExample You never know what’s going to come out of that loquacious boy’s mouth.
  • ora
  • ora
  • oraspeak
  • oraspeak oral
  • oratoryDefinitionExample
  • oratory nounDefinitionExample
  • oratory nounDefinition ~ skill in public speakingExample
  • oratory nounDefinition ~ skill in public speakingExample His oratory skills were not the best.
  • oratory nounDefinition ~ skill in public speakingExample His oratory skills were not the best.
  • test
  • test
  • testbear witness
  • testbear witness testament
  • test bear witnesstestimony testament
  • attestDefinitionExample
  • attest verbDefinitionExample
  • attest verbDefinition ~ to certify that something is true or genuineExample
  • attest verbDefinition ~ to certify that something is true or genuineExample We can all attest to the fact that seventh grade passes so quickly!
  • attest verbDefinition ~ to certify that something is true or genuineExample We can all attest to the fact that seventh grade passes so quickly!
  • contestableDefinitionExample
  • contestable adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • contestable adjectiveDefinition ~ open for debate or disputeExample
  • contestable adjectiveDefinition ~ open for debate or disputeExample You must do what I say, it’s not contestable.
  • contestable adjectiveDefinition ~ open for debate or disputeExample You must do what I say, it’s not contestable.
  • testimonialDefinitionExample
  • testimonial nounDefinitionExample
  • testimonial nounDefinition ~ a written statement expressing a favorable opinionExample
  • testimonial nounDefinition ~ a written statement expressing a favorable opinionExample We bought the TOMS because of all the testimonials we’ve heard!
  • testimonial nounDefinition ~ a written statement expressing a favorable opinionExample We bought the TOMS because of all the testimonials we’ve heard!