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Vocabulary Unit 3
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Vocabulary Unit 3
Vocabulary Unit 3
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Vocabulary Unit 3

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  • 1. Vocabulary Unit 3 Lists 7-9
  • 2. Vocabulary Lists 7 8 9
  • 3. List 7
    • authorize
    • culprit
    • dawdle
    • dissect
    • expend
    • fatality
    • gullible
    • illicit
    • immerse
    • inflammatory
    • memorandum
    • pathetic
    • persevere
    • prevaricate
    • quash
    • relish
    • reminisce
    • scour
    • tribute
    • writhe
  • 4. Word: authorize To: Unit 3 links List 7 culprit
    • Antonyms:
      • forbid
      • ban
      • prohibit
    • Synonyms:
      • order
      • entitle
      • empower
    Sentence: Will our field trip to the North Carolina Zoological Park in Asheboro be authorized this year?
    • Definition:
    • verb
      • to approve or permit
      • to give power or authority to
  • 5. Word: culprit To: Unit 3 links List 7 authorize dawdle Antonyms: None
    • Synonyms:
      • lawbreaker
      • wrongdoer
    Sentence: We had to wait to go to lunch today until the culprit who took the book off Ms. Ovies’s desk returned it.
    • Definition:
    • noun
      • a person who has committed a crime or is guilty of some misconduct
      • an offender
  • 6. Word: dawdle To: Unit 3 links List 7 culprit dissect Antonyms: Synonyms: Sentence: Definition::
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