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  • (STOO-pi-fai) All the students looked stupefied when the physics’ teacher taught them the new topic.
    • unable to comprehend;
    • Stunned with astonishment.
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  • The criminal had done several stints in prison before.
    • period of time
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  • (Suk-SINKT)
    • Expressed in few words
    • Marked by brevity; concise.
    The instructions that Mrs. Carpenter gave Daniela were very succinct . View slide
  • (suh-PER-floo-us) - More than enough, redundant, needless. She had a lot of superfluous information since she only needed the one paper. View slide
  • (suh-rep-TI-shuhs) - Obtained, done, made, etc., by stealth; secret or unauthorized; clandestine. Silvana surreptitiously entered the prohibited chemistry room.
  • (SIK-oh-fehnt) - A self-seeking, servile flatterer, fawning parasite. Some sycophantic girls were following the most popular girl at school.
  • (TERS) - Strongly worded dialogue; effectively and concise DEFINITION: Juliana’s mother is so terse with her when she doesn't do her homework.
  • (TOR-pid)
    • Inactive or sluggish.
    • Slow; dull; apathetic, without energy
    Jacobo felt very torpid after philosophy class.
  • ( treh-pi-day-shuhn)
    • Tremulous fear, alarm or agitation; perturbation.
    • Trembling or quivering movement; tremor.
    There was a lot of trepidation in the classroom because they thought there was an earthquake.
  • (TUR-beu-lehns) - The quality or state of being turbulent; violent disorder commotion - usually associated with wind. The high turbulence of the wind blew around all Paula’s papers.