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Unit 18.

Word list.

attic

n. An attic is a room just below a house’s roof.

There were two windows in their attic.

chunk

n. A chunk is a thick, solid piece of something.

When they broke open the rock, they saw it was filled with chunks of gold.

Civic

adj. If something is civic, then it is related to a town or city, in particular to its government.

Most of the important civic buildings are located downtown.

descent

n. A descent is a movement downwards.

During the space shuttle’s descent, the Earth appeared larger and larger.

din

n. A din is loud, unpleasant, and extended noise.

The din of the rusty machinery made the factory a horrible place to work.

dissatisfy

v. To dissatisfy someone means to fail to please them.

He was dissatisfied with his meal.

fuss

n. A fuss is excited or annoyed behavior that is not useful in any way.

The child made an awful fuss because she didn’t want to go to bed.

glamorous

adj. A glamorous occasion is one full of beauty and excitement.

There is nothing glamorous about where we live. It is very ordinary.

gourmet

adj. If food is gourmet, then it is nicer and more expensive than regular food.

In order to get a gourmet meal, you have to eat at an expensive restaurant.

hence

adv. The word hence shows that something is a result of something else.

Mary forgot the key. Hence, we couldn’t open the door.

intrinsic

adj. If something is intrinsic, then it is related to the basic nature of that thing.

Paper money has no intrinsic value. It is useful simply because society says it.

kettle

n. A kettle is a large metal pot used for boiling liquids or cooking food.

The soup was being cooked in a large kettle.

ministry

n. A ministry is a government department.

The Ministry of Trade is responsible for taxing imports and exports.

ordeal

n. An ordeal is a bad experience.

Driving in the snowstorm was an ordeal she’d never forget.

outspoken

adj. If someone is outspoken, then they are not afraid to say what they think.

She was an outspoken critic about the new banking laws.

overwork

v. To overwork someone means to make them tired with too much work.

After working for three weeks with only one day of rest, Judy was overworked.

particular

adj. If something is particular, then it is a single, important part of a group of things.

The dress shop didn’t have the particular dress she was looking for.

snore

v. To snore means to make a loud noise each time a sleeping person breathes.

It was impossible to get to sleep because my husband snored.

soundly

adv. If something is done soundly, then it is done in the best or most complete way.

The nearest opponent was ten meters behind. She won the race soundly.

superintendent

n. A superintendent is a person who runs a certain department or building.

The superintendent decided to close the schools because of the weather.

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