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amid

prep. If something is amid something else, then it is in the middle of it.

The bee was busily flying amid the flowers in the garden.

backstage

adv. If something happens backstage, it occurs behind a theater’s stage.

After the show, the director went backstage and thanked the actors.

billionaire

n. A billionaire is someone who has at least one billion dollars.

The sale of his inventions made the inventor a billionaire.

brute

n. A brute is someone who behaves or looks like a violent animal.

My older brother can act like a brute when he doesn’t get his way.

Clumsy

adj. If someone is clumsy, then they are awkward in handling things.

The businessman was clumsy and dropped his work files.

collide

v. To collide with something means to hit it while moving.

The two cars collided with each other because their drivers were not careful.

Culprit

n. A culprit is someone who has committed a crime or other bad deed.

The police were still searching for the culprit from the robbery.

evacuate

v. To evacuate means to leave a place of danger to a place of safety.

During the flood, many families were evacuated to higher ground.

flammable

adj. If something is flammable, then it is able to catch on fire.

Be careful with that blanket near the candle. It is extremely flammable.

mob

n. A mob is a large crowd of people that often wants to cause violence.

The copier was destroyed by a mob of angry workers.

premature

adj. If something is premature, then it is done too early or before the proper time.

Mark’s celebration was premature because the ball hadn’t fallen in the hole.

resent

v. To resent something means to have bad feelings about it.

He resented the fact that he had never been able to play an instrument.

satire

n. A satire is a work of art that uses humor and irony to make fun of something.

This book is a satire of what life was like in the army.

scrutiny

n. Scrutiny is the careful examination of something.

A scientist should always practice scrutiny with their work.

segregate

v. To segregate something means to place it in a group apart from other things.

In gym class, the children were segregated into two groups: boys and girls.

subject

v. To subject someone to something means to force them to do or experience it.

The officers subjected everyone to a careful search before they left the plane.

testify

v. To testify means to give evidence as a witness.

The judge listened while the victim testified about the robbery.

tumult

n. A tumult is a loud and confused noise made by a large crowd of people.

She couldn’t hear her friend over the tumult of the other excited guests.

underestimate

v. To underestimate something or someone means to think less of them than they really are.

We lost the game because we underestimated the other team’s skill.

uproar

n. Uproar is loud noise caused by people who are very angry or upset.

The fans made a great uproar when their team lost the game.

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