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avail

n. Avail is help or benefit.

His studying was to no avail because he failed the test.

define

v. To define means to clearly state, show, or explain what something is.

People define success in many different ways.

dread

v. To dread is to be afraid of something that could, or is going to, happen.

I dread the possibility that I will not get into college.

expand

v. To expand is to become bigger in size.

A balloon will expand as you blow air into it.

fundamental

adj. If something is fundamental, it is a basic part of something.

The fundamental rules of basketball are easy.

horrifying

adj. If something is horrifying, it is frightening and very unpleasant.

There was a horrifying car accident today.

incredulous

ad. If someone is incredulous about something, they do not believe that it is true.

She was incredulous that monkeys could ever drive a car.

linger [linger]

v. To linger is to last for a long time.

The smell of fresh cookies lingered in the bakery.

organism

n. An organism is a living thing, especially a very small one.

We studied the organism under the microscope.

paraphrase

v. To paraphrase is to make someone else’s writing or speech shorter.

The students were asked to paraphrase the story they had just heard.

plague

n. A plague is a serious disease that quickly spreads to many people.

A plague in Europe killed millions of people.

presently

adv. If something happens presently, it is happening right now.

Presently, our profits are good, but by next year we can do even better.

random

adj. If something is random, it happens without any pattern or reason.

Young children often ask random questions.

riot

n. A riot is a crowd that reacts to bad news by violently breaking laws.

A riot broke out after the candidate lost the election.

scribble

v. To scribble is to write something quickly without caring about how it looks.

I scribbled a rough diagram of our plan and gave it to him.

shrine Wain]

n. A shrine is a religious building built to honor a person, event, or god.

He prayed at the shrine for an hour.

solitude

n. Solitude is the state of being totally alone.

John lives a life of solitude because he doesn’t get along well with people.

stark

adj. If something is stark, then it is severe or clear in appearance or outline.

There is a stark contrast between their test scores.

summon

v. To summon a person is to ask them to come to you.

We summoned the doctor as soon as we noticed she was sick.

worsen

v. To worsen is to get worse.

The weather suddenly worsened, and we had to stay inside.

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