2nd Six Weeks Vocabulary
MUSE – VERB
TO PONDER.
NEBULOUS – ADJECTIVE

 

LACKING CLARITY OF FEATURE OR SHARPNESS OF OUTLINE.
PEEVISH – ADJECTIVE

 

MARKED BY ILL TEMPER; FRETFUL.
REGIMEN – NOUN

 

THE REGULAR PROCESS, PROCEDURE, OR SYSTEM OF DOING SOMETHING.
RESILIENT – ADJECTIVE

 

ABLE TO RETURN TO A FORMER STATE.
RUMINATE – VERB

 

TO CONSIDER FOR A LONG TIME AT A SLOW PACE; TO PONDER.
SCINTILLATING – ADJECTIVE

 

SPARKLING, SHINING, OR FLASHING.
SERENE – ADJECTIVE

 

CALM; PLACID.
TACTILE – ADJECTIVE

 

PERCEPTIBLE BY TOUCH; CAPABLE OF BEING FELT.
TEMPERATE – ADJECTIVE

 

KEEPING OR HELD WITHIN LIMITS; NOT EXTREME OR EXCESSIVE.
ACUITY – NOUN

 

SHARPNESS OF PERCEPTION.
ARDUOUS – ADJECTIVE

 

VERY DIFFICULT TO ACCOMPLISH OR TO ACHIEVE.
ARTICULATE – VERB

 

TO SPEAK DISTINCTLY; TO EXPRESS ONESELF CLEARLY.
CAJOLE – VERB

 

TO PERSUADE WITH FLATTERY OR GENTLE URGING.
CALLOW – ADJECTIVE

 

IMMATURE; INEXPERIENCED.
COPIOUS – ADJECTIVE

 

PLENTIFUL IN NUMBER; ABUNDANT.
DEFT – ADJECTIVE

 

QUICK; SKILLFUL.
DUBIOUS – ADJECTIVE

 

GIVING RISE TO UNCERTAINTY; QUESTIONABLE.
FEROCITY – NOUN

 

SAVAGERY; WILDNESS.
GALVANIZE – VERB

 

TO STIMULATE OR EXCITE AS IF BY ELECTRIC SHOCK.
INNOCUOUS – ADJECTIVE

 

HARMLESS; PRODUCING NO INJURY.

 

INSIDIOUS – ADJECTIVE

 

TREACHEROUS OR DANGEROUS IN A SECRET SORT OF WAY.
LUGUBRIOUS – ADJECTIVE

 

EXCESSIVELY OR DRAMATICALLY MOURNFUL.
MALINGER – VERB

 

TO PRETEND OR FEIGN ILLNESS TO AVOID WORK OR DUTY.
PREEMINENCE – NOUN

 

SUPERIORITY OVER ALL OTHERS.
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