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The phrases were selected with quite a few standards in brain. a few characterize key ideas in vital parts of the curriculum, whereas others are extra usual in that means yet current demanding situations of spelling or utilization. All are phrases that scholars can anticipate to determine on a regular basis of their highschool analyzing and past. and every observe is totally outlined in addition to proven in common contexts with instance sentences and quotations, a lot of that are taken from award-winning authors comparable to Harper Lee, George Orwell, Katherine Paterson, and John Knowles.
Together, those a hundred phrases symbolize the more and more refined and intricate vocabulary that learners needs to grasp as they proceed their schooling on the subsequent point. to profit them isn't just to realize priceless wisdom — it really is to step right into a broader world.
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Triangles, rectangles, and octagons are all examples of polygons. related word: adjective — po·lyg*o·nal (pN-lVg*N-nNl) E X A M P L E S O F P O LY G O N S SQUARE R E C TA N G L E PA R A L L E L O G R A M RHOMBUS polygon 44 TRIANGLE TRAPEZOID P E N TA G O N HEXAGON O C TA G O N 100 words every high school freshman should know 45 63 pro·tag·o·nist (pro-t4g*N-nVst) noun The main character in a drama or literary work. ” (Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451) intransitive verb To be ground or reduced to powder or dust.
A picture or symbol used in hieroglyphic writing; a hieroglyph. 2. often hieroglyphics Hieroglyphic writing, especially that of the ancient Egyptians. ” Although the Egyptians wrote hieroglyphs on papyrus and painted them on walls, the Greeks who visited Egypt must have been more impressed by the stately carvings on the stones of immense temples and tombs. ” You could pronounce this (mHd*u nHch*Hr). The Egyptians thought the gods themselves used these symbols, which possessed great power. When they wrote hieroglyphs showing dangerous animals, such as snakes, on the walls of their tombs, they would sometimes leave the symbols unfinished — or even damage them intentionally.
66 quar·an·tine (kwmr*Nn-tKn+) noun A condition, period of time, or place in which a person or animal is confined or kept in isolation in an effort to prevent a disease from spreading transitive verb Past participle and past tense: quar·an·tined Present participle: quar·an·tin·ing Third person singular present tense: quar·an·tines To keep (someone or something) confined or isolated, especially as a way to keep a disease from spreading; place (someone or something) in quarantine. quandary / quarantine 48 The word quarantine comes from Italian quarantina, “a group of forty”— in this case, a group of forty days.
100 Words Every High School Freshman Should Know by Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries