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...
kaleidoscope                   nounDefinition   ~ an instrument for viewing   objects arranged in   changing but symmetrica...
kaleidoscope                   nounDefinition   ~ an instrument for viewing   objects arranged in   changing but symmetrica...
kaleidoscope                   nounDefinition   ~ an instrument for viewing   objects arranged in   changing but symmetrica...
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  ...
conspicuous           adjectiveDefinition   ~ easily seen, noticeableExample   Try not to be so conspicuous when sneaking  ...
perspectiveDefinitionExample
perspective             nounDefinitionExample
perspective                nounDefinition   ~a way of drawing objects; an   evaluation of a problem by   considering all th...
perspective                 nounDefinition   ~a way of drawing objects; an   evaluation of a problem by   considering all t...
perspective                 nounDefinition   ~a way of drawing objects; an   evaluation of a problem by   considering all t...
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 t...
specimen                nounDefinition   ~ part of the whole; a sampleExample   The scientist examined the specimen under t...
spectrum            specimenDefinitionExample
spectrum            specimen            nounDefinitionExample
spectrum             specimen             nounDefinition  ~ colored bands that are  arranged by their wave  lengths when a ...
spectrum             specimen             nounDefinition  ~ colored bands that are  arranged by their wave  lengths when a ...
spectrum             specimen             nounDefinition  ~ colored bands that are  arranged by their wave  lengths when a ...
spectrum             specimen             nounDefinition  ~ colored bands that are  arranged by their wave  lengths when a ...
specimen            speculateDefinitionExample
specimen            speculate            verbDefinitionExample
specimen             speculate              verbDefinition  ~ to think about something;  viewing it from different  points ...
specimen             speculate              verbDefinition  ~ to think about something;  viewing it from different  points ...
specimen             speculate              verbDefinition  ~ to think about something;  viewing it from different  points ...
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 eac...
envision            verbDefinition   ~to picture in one’s   mind; to imagineExample   Sometimes I try to envision where eac...
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 Key...
visual           adjectiveDefinition   ~ relating to sight; used   in seeing; able to be seenExample   I make all these Key...
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   ...
dictate               verbDefinition    ~ to speak and have    someone else write down    what is said; to decreeExample   ...
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...
dictum               nounDefinition    ~ a statement from an    authority or a judge; a sayingExample    The ruler’s dictum...
indictmentDefinitionExample
indictment            nounDefinitionExample
indictment            nounDefinition    ~ a charge or    accusationExample
indictment            nounDefinition    ~ a charge or    accusationExample    The man’s indictment was for four    charges ...
indictment            nounDefinition    ~ a charge or    accusationExample    The man’s indictment was for four    charges ...
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   Hi...
eloquent              adjectiveDefinition   ~ having fluent, powerful,   vivid, graceful or persuasive   speechExample   Hi...
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 d...
eulogy              nounDefinition    ~ a speech or statement of    praise for a person or    eventExample   The daughter d...
loquaciousDefinitionExample
loquacious            adjectiveDefinitionExample
loquacious              adjectiveDefinition   ~ talkative, continually   talkingExample
loquacious              adjectiveDefinition   ~ talkative, continually   talkingExample   You never know what’s going to co...
loquacious              adjectiveDefinition   ~ talkative, continually   talkingExample   You never know what’s going to co...
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 f...
attest                verbDefinition   ~ to certify that something   is true or genuineExample   We can all attest to the f...
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 contes...
contestable           adjectiveDefinition   ~ open for debate or   disputeExample   You must do what I say, it’s not contes...
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...
testimonial           nounDefinition   ~ a written statement   expressing a favorable   opinionExample   We bought the TOMS...
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Vocabulary set 16

  1. 1. Vocabulary Set 16 Look and See Speaking
  2. 2. scop
  3. 3. scop
  4. 4. scopsee, look
  5. 5. scop see, looktelescope
  6. 6. scop see, looktelescope periscope
  7. 7. kaleidoscopeDefinitionExample
  8. 8. kaleidoscope nounDefinitionExample
  9. 9. kaleidoscope nounDefinition ~ an instrument for viewing objects arranged in changing but symmetrical patternsExample
  10. 10. 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!
  11. 11. 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!
  12. 12. 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!
  13. 13. spec, spic
  14. 14. spec, spic
  15. 15. spec, spic see, look
  16. 16. spec, spic see, look spectator
  17. 17. spec, spic see, look spectator spectacular
  18. 18. conspicuousDefinitionExample
  19. 19. conspicuous adjectiveDefinitionExample
  20. 20. conspicuous adjectiveDefinition ~ easily seen, noticeableExample
  21. 21. conspicuous adjectiveDefinition ~ easily seen, noticeableExample Try not to be so conspicuous when sneaking into the kitchen for more cookies!
  22. 22. conspicuous adjectiveDefinition ~ easily seen, noticeableExample Try not to be so conspicuous when sneaking into the kitchen for more cookies!
  23. 23. perspectiveDefinitionExample
  24. 24. perspective nounDefinitionExample
  25. 25. 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
  26. 26. 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.
  27. 27. 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.
  28. 28. specimenDefinitionExample
  29. 29. specimen nounDefinitionExample
  30. 30. specimen nounDefinition ~ part of the whole; a sampleExample
  31. 31. specimen nounDefinition ~ part of the whole; a sampleExample The scientist examined the specimen under the the microscope.
  32. 32. specimen nounDefinition ~ part of the whole; a sampleExample The scientist examined the specimen under the the microscope.
  33. 33. spectrum specimenDefinitionExample
  34. 34. spectrum specimen nounDefinitionExample
  35. 35. spectrum specimen nounDefinition ~ colored bands that are arranged by their wave lengths when a white light passes through a prismExample
  36. 36. 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.
  37. 37. 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.
  38. 38. 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.
  39. 39. specimen speculateDefinitionExample
  40. 40. specimen speculate verbDefinitionExample
  41. 41. specimen speculate verbDefinition ~ to think about something; viewing it from different points of viewExample
  42. 42. 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.
  43. 43. 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.
  44. 44. vis, vid
  45. 45. vis, vid
  46. 46. vis, vid see, look
  47. 47. vis, vid see, look vision
  48. 48. vis, vid see, look vision video
  49. 49. envisionDefinitionExample
  50. 50. envision verbDefinitionExample
  51. 51. envision verbDefinition ~to picture in one’s mind; to imagineExample
  52. 52. envision verbDefinition ~to picture in one’s mind; to imagineExample Sometimes I try to envision where each of you will be in ten years.
  53. 53. envision verbDefinition ~to picture in one’s mind; to imagineExample Sometimes I try to envision where each of you will be in ten years.
  54. 54. visibilityDefinitionExample
  55. 55. visibility nounDefinitionExample
  56. 56. visibility nounDefinition ~ the ability to be seenExample
  57. 57. visibility nounDefinition ~ the ability to be seenExample The sign’s visibility upset all the neighbors.
  58. 58. visibility nounDefinition ~ the ability to be seenExample The sign’s visibility upset all the neighbors.
  59. 59. vistaDefinitionExample
  60. 60. vista nounDefinitionExample
  61. 61. vista nounDefinition ~ a view or outlookExample
  62. 62. vista nounDefinition ~ a view or outlookExample The vista from the edge of the canyon was awesome.
  63. 63. vista nounDefinition ~ a view or outlookExample The vista from the edge of the canyon was awesome.
  64. 64. visualDefinitionExample
  65. 65. visual adjectiveDefinitionExample
  66. 66. visual adjectiveDefinition ~ relating to sight; used in seeing; able to be seenExample
  67. 67. visual adjectiveDefinition ~ relating to sight; used in seeing; able to be seenExample I make all these Keynotes for all you visual learners.
  68. 68. visual adjectiveDefinition ~ relating to sight; used in seeing; able to be seenExample I make all these Keynotes for all you visual learners.
  69. 69. dic
  70. 70. dic
  71. 71. dicsay, declare
  72. 72. dic say, declaredictionary
  73. 73. dic say, declaredictionary contradict
  74. 74. dictateDefinitionExample
  75. 75. dictate verbDefinitionExample
  76. 76. dictate verbDefinition ~ to speak and have someone else write down what is said; to decreeExample
  77. 77. 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.
  78. 78. 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.
  79. 79. dictumDefinitionExample
  80. 80. dictum nounDefinitionExample
  81. 81. dictum nounDefinition ~ a statement from an authority or a judge; a sayingExample
  82. 82. dictum nounDefinition ~ a statement from an authority or a judge; a sayingExample The ruler’s dictum concerning new taxes was unpopular with the peasants.
  83. 83. dictum nounDefinition ~ a statement from an authority or a judge; a sayingExample The ruler’s dictum concerning new taxes was unpopular with the peasants.
  84. 84. indictmentDefinitionExample
  85. 85. indictment nounDefinitionExample
  86. 86. indictment nounDefinition ~ a charge or accusationExample
  87. 87. indictment nounDefinition ~ a charge or accusationExample The man’s indictment was for four charges of forgery.
  88. 88. indictment nounDefinition ~ a charge or accusationExample The man’s indictment was for four charges of forgery.
  89. 89. loc, log, loqu
  90. 90. loc, log, loqu
  91. 91. loc, log, loqu speak, talk
  92. 92. loc, log, loqu speak, talk ventriloquist
  93. 93. eloquentDefinitionExample
  94. 94. eloquent adjectiveDefinitionExample
  95. 95. eloquent adjectiveDefinition ~ having fluent, powerful, vivid, graceful or persuasive speechExample
  96. 96. eloquent adjectiveDefinition ~ having fluent, powerful, vivid, graceful or persuasive speechExample His eloquent speech moved people to tears.
  97. 97. eloquent adjectiveDefinition ~ having fluent, powerful, vivid, graceful or persuasive speechExample His eloquent speech moved people to tears.
  98. 98. eulogyDefinitionExample
  99. 99. eulogy nounDefinitionExample
  100. 100. eulogy nounDefinition ~ a speech or statement of praise for a person or eventExample
  101. 101. eulogy nounDefinition ~ a speech or statement of praise for a person or eventExample The daughter delivered the eulogy at her father’s funeral.
  102. 102. eulogy nounDefinition ~ a speech or statement of praise for a person or eventExample The daughter delivered the eulogy at her father’s funeral.
  103. 103. loquaciousDefinitionExample
  104. 104. loquacious adjectiveDefinitionExample
  105. 105. loquacious adjectiveDefinition ~ talkative, continually talkingExample
  106. 106. loquacious adjectiveDefinition ~ talkative, continually talkingExample You never know what’s going to come out of that loquacious boy’s mouth.
  107. 107. loquacious adjectiveDefinition ~ talkative, continually talkingExample You never know what’s going to come out of that loquacious boy’s mouth.
  108. 108. ora
  109. 109. ora
  110. 110. oraspeak
  111. 111. oraspeak oral
  112. 112. oratoryDefinitionExample
  113. 113. oratory nounDefinitionExample
  114. 114. oratory nounDefinition ~ skill in public speakingExample
  115. 115. oratory nounDefinition ~ skill in public speakingExample His oratory skills were not the best.
  116. 116. oratory nounDefinition ~ skill in public speakingExample His oratory skills were not the best.
  117. 117. test
  118. 118. test
  119. 119. testbear witness
  120. 120. testbear witness testament
  121. 121. test bear witnesstestimony testament
  122. 122. attestDefinitionExample
  123. 123. attest verbDefinitionExample
  124. 124. attest verbDefinition ~ to certify that something is true or genuineExample
  125. 125. attest verbDefinition ~ to certify that something is true or genuineExample We can all attest to the fact that seventh grade passes so quickly!
  126. 126. attest verbDefinition ~ to certify that something is true or genuineExample We can all attest to the fact that seventh grade passes so quickly!
  127. 127. contestableDefinitionExample
  128. 128. contestable adjectiveDefinitionExample
  129. 129. contestable adjectiveDefinition ~ open for debate or disputeExample
  130. 130. contestable adjectiveDefinition ~ open for debate or disputeExample You must do what I say, it’s not contestable.
  131. 131. contestable adjectiveDefinition ~ open for debate or disputeExample You must do what I say, it’s not contestable.
  132. 132. testimonialDefinitionExample
  133. 133. testimonial nounDefinitionExample
  134. 134. testimonial nounDefinition ~ a written statement expressing a favorable opinionExample
  135. 135. testimonial nounDefinition ~ a written statement expressing a favorable opinionExample We bought the TOMS because of all the testimonials we’ve heard!
  136. 136. testimonial nounDefinition ~ a written statement expressing a favorable opinionExample We bought the TOMS because of all the testimonials we’ve heard!

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