High School Vocabulary Words of the Week #9
Each week, we bring you ten new words to study to increase your vocabulary. In order to truly “learn” these words, make sure to do the following exercises each week:
- Create a flashcard with the word and the definition for each word.
- Write three sentences that showcase the meaning of each word.
- Write at least two synonyms for each word.
- Write at least two antonyms for each word.
- Try to use the words in your daily conversations as much as possible.
- Study your flashcards for a few minutes each day.
- Set up an online quiz with your words and take it at the end of the week.
Here are this week’s words…
(adj.) being unknown, unrecognized
(adj.) causing dissent, discord
(adj.) not devious; innocent and candid
(adj.) sluggish from fatigue or weakness
(n.) a destructive whirlpool that rapidly sucks in objects
(adj.) having a pointed, sharp quality – often used to describe smells
(adj.) shiny, glowing
(adj.) painstaking, careful
(adj.) giving off intense heat, passionate
(adj.) experiencing through another