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altogether

adv. If something happens altogether, it happens completely.

The company stopped using sugar altogether in its food.

bind

v. To bind people is to make them feel united together.

The victims of the flood were bound by their need to help each other.

bruise

n. A bruise is a dark mark caused by being hit by something.

She got a bruise on her knee from falling down.

custom

n. A custom is a way of doing things that has been the same for a long time.

It is a custom that the bride and groom have the first dance.

disobedient

adj. When someone is disobedient, they do not follow the rules or instructions.

The disobedient children didn’t listen to their mother and had an accident.

foresee

v. To foresee something is to know about it before it happens.

The teacher didn’t foresee any problems with his large class.

glimpse

v. To glimpse something is to see it for a short time.

She glimpsed outside the window as the plane was about to land.

hoop

n. A hoop is a ring that is made of plastic, metal, or wood.

The boys tried to toss the ball through the basketball hoop.

misfortune

n. Misfortune is bad luck or an unlucky event.

His family helped him when he encountered misfortune.

negative

adj. When something is negative, it is unpleasant or sad.

She doesn’t like to say negative things about her friends.

per

prep. Per is uses to mean each wnen giving a price, size, or amount.

It costs eight dollars per person to watch the baseball game.

plead

v. To plead is to ask for something you want very badly.

He pleaded for his parents to let him go to the soccer game.

rip

v. To rip something means to pull it apart.

She ripped the paper in half by accident.

sake

n. The sake of something is the reason for doing it.

The parents worked hard for their children’s sake.

scrape

v. To scrape something is to rub it very hard with something sharp.

I accidentally scraped the paint off the side of the car.

source

n. A source of something is the place that it comes trom.

The river was the source of drinking water for the village.

stern

adj. When somebody is stern, they are very serious.

The stern teacher didn’t allow the students to speak during class.

stitch

v. To stitch is to use a needle and thread to join pieces of cloth together.

My grandmother stitched the pieces together to make a big blanket.

thump

n. A thump is the sound of a heavy object hitting something.

They heard the thump when the bowling ball hit the floor.

vehement

adj. When somebody is vehement, they are angry and emotional.

Gina was vehement when she found out that Liz was bad in school.

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