Quack Volume I
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  • 1. SAT Volume I Quack Vocabulary
  • 2. Delineate
    • Watch, as the angry hamster delineates the way to Never Never Land; He thoroughly explains it in graphic detail!
  • 3. Nefarious
    • Now, the angry hamster is being nefarious . He gave the wrong directions to a group of school children as a villainous plot to make them slaves to captain hook. He is truly wicked or evil.
  • 4. Vernacular
    • Wall-E and Eve have their own vernacular--- every day speech that is different from our own slang, or common informal language.
  • 5. Brawn
    • Possessing muscular strength!
  • 6. Tout
    • Mohammed Ali touts his talent. He publicly brags about his ability to kick butt in the ring.
  • 7. Enhance
    • The right side of this picture has been enhanced. It has been improved or made better.
  • 8. Hinder
    • This woman is hindering this man’s movement. She is obstructing him from leaving. She is impeding his progress.
  • 9. Efface
    • Michael Jackson’s memory will never be effaced. It can never be removed from our memories, rubbed out, or erased.
  • 10. Glutton
    • gluttonous - Given to excessive eating; prone to overeating; Greedy
  • 11. Hiatus
    • A long break or gap in work makes Homer happy
  • 12. Querulous
    • Continuously complaining; Someone who is querlous is "a whiny child” or a “complainer.” Are you querulous? Are you grumpy?
  • 13. Engender
    • To bring into existence, to cause; To stimulate.
    • This picture of Brittany Spears either engenders laughter or fear/
  • 14. Obliterate
    • To destroy completely!
  • 15. Copious
    • Great in quantity or number, profuse, abundant ; Having an abundant supply.
    • He has a copious amount of
    • money.
  • 16. Obscure
    • The quality of being unclear or hard to understand.
    • Sometimes when people talk about singers and actors from the past, I don’t understand them, because their references are so obscure
  • 17. Extol
    • To glorify, praise, or honor
    • This kid is being
    • extolled for his
    • academic achievement
  • 18. Pugnacious
    • pugnacity - aggressiveness: a natural disposition to be hostile.
    • This little
    • boy is
    • Pugnacious.
  • 19. Quell Mrs. Milis tries to quell the baby. She tries to calm or pacify the baby. sometimes her classes need to be quelled or quieted as well.
  • 20. Artisan
    • craftsman: a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
  • 21. Kindle