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Thinking about a way to boost vocabulary next school year? This year long set includes 200 high level vocabulary words with definitions and context sentences. A fast activity that is great for transition time!

Word of the Day Daily Vocabulary

The Word of the Day is a fast way to boost vocabulary daily in your class using both context sentences and definitions!It contains 200 words, allowing you to choose a new word for each school day!***This is the printable poster version of my Word of the Day***Looking to save ink? Check out my intera...

word propitious definition

Definition of propitious | Dictionary.com

Propitious definition, presenting favorable conditions; favorable: propitious weather. See more.

Vocabulary.com - Learn Words - English Dictionary

Vocabulary.com - Learn Words - English Dictionary

Vocabulary.com - Learn Words - English Dictionary

Vocabulary.com - Learn Words - English Dictionary

Use the adjective hapless to describe someone unlucky and deserving of pity, like the hapless used car buyer who gives in to the fast-talking salesperson. - pitieous

Use the adjective hapless to describe someone unlucky and deserving of pity, like the hapless used car buyer who gives in to the fast-talking salesperson. - pitieous

An antipathy is a deep-seated dislike of something or someone. Usually it's a condition that is long-term, innate, and pretty unlikely to change — like your antipathy for the Red Sox. (aversion)

An antipathy is a deep-seated dislike of something or someone. Usually it's a condition that is long-term, innate, and pretty unlikely to change — like your antipathy for the Red Sox. (aversion)

Use the noun desuetude to say that something is not active or not being used, like the desuetude of a neglected park, with its overgrown ballfields and broken playground equipment.

Use the noun desuetude to say that something is not active or not being used, like the desuetude of a neglected park, with its overgrown ballfields and broken playground equipment.

Reserve the adjective vapid for the airhead in your office that brings nothing to the table, except maybe the doughnuts. Vapid is an adjective to describe someone or something that is dull or uninspiring. Another words an insipid.

Reserve the adjective vapid for the airhead in your office that brings nothing to the table, except maybe the doughnuts. Vapid is an adjective to describe someone or something that is dull or uninspiring. Another words an insipid.

complete dislike - anitpathy

complete dislike - anitpathy

Use the noun consummation when you mean the point at which something is finalized or completed. Your graduation from college will be the consummation of four years of hard work.

Use the noun consummation when you mean the point at which something is finalized or completed. Your graduation from college will be the consummation of four years of hard work.

Ostentation is a pretentious or showy display (gaudy or flashy), usually designed to attract attention. Ostentation is a woman in a fur coat, covered in diamond jewelry, boarding a gold-plated private jet.

Ostentation is a pretentious or showy display (gaudy or flashy), usually designed to attract attention. Ostentation is a woman in a fur coat, covered in diamond jewelry, boarding a gold-plated private jet.

hopelessness

hopelessness

You might get an odd look if you ask your hairdresser to put your hair in a plait, but she’ll eventually figure out what you want: a braid.

You might get an odd look if you ask your hairdresser to put your hair in a plait, but she’ll eventually figure out what you want: a braid.

state protected by a stronger state

state protected by a stronger state