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Sample Sentences In which blanks do the new word belong? The general attempted to the testimony of the lieutenant, claiming that the young officer was not an authority on low level bombing.

Upon seeing the snake, the cat began to with fear. The of the bombing in Iraq was urged by the United Nations. JLcessation d. There are any number of people who try to find more respectable or glamorous titles for the mundane jobs they hold. The philosopher dealt with spiritual things, ignorning the ones. The play was so that it seemed to be the work of several authors. You will have noticed, of course, that many of the words that appear as new words are repeated in subsequent lessons.

Sometimes they are in the paragraph, sometimes in the sample sentences, and occasionally in the idioms or directions. Skid Row w. Make a record of those words you missed. You can learn them successfully by studying them and using them regularly in speech and in your writing. General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, the U.

That may be hard for you Monday morning quarterbacks to understand but I thoroughly agreed with the president who was convinced that such an action would have sent a bad message to the Arab world and would have splintered the Allied partnership. Mullins responded with alacrity. Although this belligerent attitude impressed the referee, it failed to intimidate the champ. LY2K concerns of the problems with computers failed to our company. His manner caused him to lose one friend after another.

Mullins demanded a rematch. He took a full-page newspaper advertisement to promulgate his challenge. The manager openly scoffed at Mullins and belittled his fighting ability.

Mullins then lost his temper and fearlessly punched the manager, knocking him off of his crutches. Since everyone can outpunch my cousin, he cannot afford to be. Mullins, suing him for assault. As tangible evidence of the attack, he pointed to a deep laceration over his eyebrow that had required ten stitches.

When the case was brought before the court, the judge castigated Mullins for the sordid incident. In addition to a costly financial settlement, Mullins was required to make a public apology to the octogenarian. LThe medic reached into his kit to find a bandage for the ugly. When the teenager announced her engagement to the , the public suspected it to be a publicity stunt. Stories of their youth poured forth from the unhappy felons.

At the bottom of the beautiful wine bottle, only the remained. Incidentally, try to keep a record of the many times you find your new words in magazines, newspapers, and books. Before you knew the meanings of those words you probably skipped right over them.

You can master them with additional review. From Week 4 Choose the word that makes sense in each of the sentences below. LWe were impressed with the new maid because she cleaned the house with alacrity, solace.

A11 aspirants, lacerations for the basketball team must come to practice today. The newspaper specialized in printing the sordid, brash details of crime in the city. After finding the pugnacious, tangible evidence in his drawer, Roger took it to the police.

The normally scurrilous, belligerent police dog was unusually quiet this morning. LBobby, who was extremely modest, always belittled, castigated his own achievements. Treated with frenzy, disdain by his stepfather, Artie grew closer to his natural father. When the results of the bar exam were intimidated, promulgated Adele saw that she had passed handsomely. In recent years, we have seen the phenomenon of incumbent politicians retiring in record numbers.

After all, who but a masochist wants to be a punching bag, the subject of daily vilification in the media, and a target for every malcontent in town? I had always considered it rather inane to cheat on a test because of my code of ethics, and because so much was at stake. Far from being a clandestine activity, the cheating was open and obvious.

LWhen the plague was on the island, Dr. A special management committee was asked to investigate business 4. Dorsey, our new principal, determined to do something about the flagrant cheating at our high school.

He issued bulletins and began to admonish those teachers who did not proctor alertiy. Under duress, the faculty reported the names of the culprits. Sample Sentences Into which sentences do the new words fit best? LThe was caught with his fingers in the cookie jar. Television sleuths are in their pursuit of lawbreakers.

The confession was signed under , the attorney claimed. We tried to ignore her comments, but that took considerable restraint. Although it was a creative writing class, the teacher complained about the of talent there. The soldiers were to learn that their furloughs had been canceled. Dorsey summoned a representative group of teachers and student leaders to his office in order to elicit their reactions to the suspension of the football captain.

He told them that cheating was a pernicious disease that could not be tolerated at our school. LThe border guards allowed the doctor to cross the frontier with. Dentists appreciate patients who can pain. She hoped that we would not her decision to run for office as a thirst for power. Definitions Match the new word with their meanings.

You have covered the first one hundred words in the book. With the same diligence you should be able to tackle the remaining work and to master most of the challenging words. You can learn them successfully by studying them and by using them in original sentences. Use a word three times and it is yours forever, a wise man once said.

Take the story of Barry Vernon not his real name , an aggressive Ohio district attorney. If a person is caught in a sudden rainstorm, he swings the plastic open in the shape of a cross.

Attached to each arm is a clip-like device. Next, he takes the newspaper he is carrying and slides it under each of the four clips. Now, equipped with a rigid head covering he can sally forth to face the elements. To the consternation of the umbrella manufacturers, it has been enjoying a brisk sale, especially among commuters. LSome prisoners planned a disturbance while others would toward the gate.

When we could the city lights, we knew we were safe at last. Then, by pressing a button, we could raise the four tires off the ground slighdy, while dropping two special wheels perpendicular to the curb.

Tomorrow we are going to start on a computer that will enable us to measure the intelligence of perverse automobile dealers who like to deride the efforts of junior geniuses. Sample Sentences Use the clues above to help find the proper words. In addition to providing us with the vitamins and minerals we need daily, this pill also gives a feeling of fullness.

According to its sponsors, the pill will nourish and satisfy. I hate to disparage such a laudable achievement, but to me it seems like a most objectionable discovery. Is there anyone in his right mind who thinks that a pill can replace the pleasures of devouring hot corn bread, masticating on a thick steak, biting into crisp french fries, or attacking a chocolate sundae?

To aid in digestion, you must each piece of meat one dozen times. ZJaudable b. A voluble economist informed me that such products will never be marketed.

Why would he sell you an item that you will never have to replace? Definitions Play the familiar matching game. If there is a necessity for it, you may turn back to the original lesson to check on the meaning of a word. Ldisparage g. ILfiasco k. IfLsally s. Study them, work on them, use them in original sentences. Amaze your friends at parties! When Mrs.

Vincent, 16, and Elena, 15, admitted to having stirred up the protest. They gave as their reasons the poor quality of food served and the dirty environment. Suarez told them, was inexcusable, and she ticked off a list of reasons that made their conduct dangerous and subject to school discipline. I would have investigated and, if there was merit to your charges, would have taken the necessary action. However, on leaving her office, Elena told an assistant principal that in a similar incident on a television show she learned that direct, dramatic action usually gets quicker results than lengthy debate.

He advised her to bring that question up in her social studies class when she returned from suspension. We were one of the first to have a showdown on the topic of long hair for boys.

Two honor students, Ron Harris and Len Chester, were sent to the principal by their French teacher, an implacable foe of nonconformists, who went into a paroxysm of anger when she spied the boys in the hall.

At first it seemed like a simple case. What had started as a local skirmish now began to take on the appearance of a full-scale war. LThe detective was in his search for the murder weapon. Saying that it was beyond his , Judge Klein refused to rule on the case. LAfter the , the feuding families agreed to patch up their differences. To my mind the decision was unreasonable and. Public opinion had been marshaled against them.

No longer was it a simple case of disciplining two wayward lads. Suddenly it had taken on the appearance of a nightmare in which the principal was either hanged in effigy or pictured in cartoons making a villainous swipe at the two innocent Samsons. Clearly a compromise was called for to resolve the turbulent situation.

Sample Sentences In which of the following newspaper headlines do the new words belong? Following an executive session, the school board ordered the principal to terminate the suspension and to send the boys back to class forthwith. Unless it could be shown that their presence disrupted the learning process, there was no reason to bar the boys.

But some of the sting was taken out of the victory when the boys appeared in school the next day with their hair clipped to a respectable length. Everyone breathed a sigh of relief. Just as things were about to revert to normalcy, however, the same French teacher then demanded that a girl be ousted from school for wearing a mini skirt. Upon seeing the show, he called the TV studio 3. After taking the drug, she began to 5. The arrest of the spy did much to countries.

In the area of vocabulary study, however, the only rule that makes sense to all is that true mastery derives from continuous practice. Match the twenty words with their meanings. Which two review words are almost synonymous? The current Mrs. The former Mrs. Lawyer Rollins cleared his throat and began to read: No outcries. Silence, supreme silence, reigned among the shocked audience. Just under thirty years of age at the time, Dr. Dooley had already distinguished himself by caring for a half-million sick and emaciated Vietnamese refugees.

When fighting broke out in the divided country of Viet Nam, the northern Communist Viet Minh forces surged southward, scattering thousands of refugees before them. At the time, Dr. Dooley was a lieutenant, assigned to a tranquil naval hospital in Yokosuka, Japan. When Richard III violated the of the church to seize the princes, he exceeded his jurisdiction.

Tom Dooley pitched in to build shelters in Haiphong, and to comfort the poor Vietnamese there before that besieged city fell to the powerful Viet Minh forces. He was seemingly unconcerned by the many privations he had to endure.

For his services, Dooley received the U. He told the story of this exciting experience in Deliver Us from Evil, a best seller that alerted America to the plight of the Vietnamese as well as to the sinister menace of communism.

By running up a white flag, the troops indicated their desire to withdraw from the fray. Citizens of several Kentucky mountain communities are by the worst poverty in the nation. Albert Schweitzer endured considerable as a jungle doctor. Lafflict b. JLprivation d. Dooley returned to Laos to set up a mobile medical unit.

Because the Geneva Agreement barred the entrance of military personnel to the country, he resigned from the Navy and went to work as a civilian.

That story is told in The Edge of Tomorrow. But his trained medical eye soon told him that the pain in his chest and back was a harbinger of a malignant cancer. LSprinting all over the court, the referee called one foul after another. The excellent soup was a of the delicious meal to follow. His normal weight of was cut in half, and even the pain-killing drugs could no longer bring relief. Knowing that he did not have long to live, Dr. The lines of Robert Frost kept reverberating in his mind during those fretful days: LWith slowness, the minute hand inched its way around the clock.

Around income tax time faces are ubiquitous. Dooley was selected by the U.

There may be no connection between success of that type and an expanded vocabulary — but one never knows. From Week 8 Choose the word that makes sense in each of the sentences below. LEric was afflicted , besieged with an inoperable ailment.

The octogenarian refused to succumb , surge to pneumonia. The remote, ubiquitous mayor was photographed in four different parts of the city yesterday. We were worried lest the hostages be suffering from sanctuary, malnutrition. The tranquil , sinister tone of the spring morning was suddenly broken by the loud explosion. The privations, harbingers that the poor people endured in their ghetto apartments were reprehensible.

The children were emaciated, fretful when awakened from their nap. We were asked to swap horses in midstream, cool our heels while waiting for the bus.

Which verb means to extract, to get something out of? Which adjective describes an action that is based on a whim? Which adjective tells you about children who are very bright for their age? Which adjective can be substituted for enthusiastic?

When we call a garbage collector a sanitary engineer, which noun comes to mind? Which adjective describes a combative, quarrelsome person?

Which verb is a good synonym for scold? What do you indulge in when you belittle that which you cannot possess? Which adjective describes a poverty-stricken person? Which two nouns are almost synonymous? Muslim fundamentalists were active in providing relief to the survivors in the form of food, water, blankets, and tents to house the more than families made homeless by the disaster. Barnum rejected the extortion attempt. Then come to me and I will estimate the value of your services as a publicity agent.

A man who seeks the limelight should not care what is written about him but should be concerned only when they stop writing about him.

President Obama found that texting was an to his communication skills.

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Newspapers give space to the virulent activities of those agitators on the grounds that they are newsworthy. TV producers and radio executives, seeking for sensationalism, often extend a welcome to such controversial characters. Lentourage b. Since we cherish freedom of speech, we are loath to deny the request, even if he preaches hatred.

As a result, hate-mongers are given the opportunity to rent halls, conduct meetings, publish abusive literature, and solicit contributions. What can be done about them? One astute observer, Prof. Without the warmth of the spotlight, he feels that the bigot will freeze and become ineffectual.

Definitions Match the new words with their definitions.

Fineberg urges community-relations organizations to scrutinize the nefarious activities of hate-mongers and to be prepared to furnish information about them to amicable inquirers. When a rabble-rouser is coming, those organizations should privately expose him to opinion-molders. In addition, constructive efforts should be taken to induce people to involve themselves in projects for improving intergroup relations. Once again, use those words in original sentences. After all, some said, it was a problem solely for a small group of intravenous drug users who shared dirty needles, and for the homosexual community.

Those predictions proved to be inaccurate. In October , former Surgeon-General C.

Everett Koop said that he doubted we would ever find a cure for the disease. It was difficult to explain, but the similar sensations in the past had been accurate — trouble was on the way. When the phone rang, he recoiled with fear — it was his wife and she was hysterical.

Their son had been bitten by a mad dog! When the black cat crossed her path, Ellen had a of disaster. As the snake prepared to strike, the girls in horror.

She blamed her absence from the game on the weather, but we knew that was sour grapes. As soon as Jerry Hart could get the pertinent facts from his wife, he dashed out of the office on his way home. Visions of an ugly mastiff with foaming jaws obsessed him.

A crowd of people had gathered in front of his house so that Jerry had to force his way through them. LThe stockbroker was with the idea of becoming a painter. After the tension, his normally ruddy face was and tired. Secondly, the elusive dog had frustrated all attempts to find him so far. Finally, the decision would have to be made whether Bobby was to undergo the painful vaccination administered daily for two weeks.

Hart said that a neighbor who had seen the dog claimed that it had been foaming at the mouth, barking, and growling constandy — all symptomatic of rabies. Hart sat down to think about their next step. Most viewers hate it when a commercial is into a suspense drama. A11 his life he found happiness , but wealth easy to come by. Actually, it is caused by a live virus from the saliva of an infected animal. If saliva gets into a bite wound, the victim may get rabies.

The virus travels along the nerves to the spine and brain. Once the salient characteristics appear ten days to six months then death is imminent. Also, muscle spasms and convulsions. Hart said. Seeing the player, the manager dashed out onto the field. In addition, you will have seen many of those words used several times in subsequent lessons. Start by matching the 20 words with their meanings. Of course, each movie carries with it a rating that indicates its suitability for certain age groups, either because of its subject matter, language, presentation, or level of violence.

A director who specializes in making gory films involving monsters, vampires, and brutal serial killers boasted in a college lecture that his work was in good taste.

The station was inundated with phone calls but all leads were fruitless. After biting Bobby it vanished. The six-year-old was too concerned with the bites he had received to see where the dog disappeared to. Twenty-four hours had passed without result, and even if the rabies could not be corroborated, Jerry was determined to see that his son received the vaccine.

At the suggestion of some friends, he organized a comprehensive search party, zealously fanning out in circles around the supermarket. They knocked on every door, inspected every dog, and came back empty-handed. Although the Harts were sick with worry they had to be coerced into going to sleep , little Bobby seemed to be in great spirits.

Lcorroborate b. By meticulously checking the registrations of every red station wagon in the neighborhood and then cross- checking dog licenses, the police narrowed the search to four owners.

After a few telephone calls, the apologetic owner was located and directed to bring her muzzled German shepherd to the Hart domicile. The lax owner, Mrs. Jerry Hart noticed for the first time in two days that his uneasy feeling had departed. Because the German shepherd was not rabid, the necessity for the painful treatment was obviated. Little Bobby was treated to an ice cream sundae and a Walt Disney double feature. The neighbors searched for other lurid happenings, and Jerry Hart went back to his office.

The necessity for preparing sandwiches was when the picnic was postponed. Hamlet remembered that Yorick was always ready with a lusty. Lconjecture 8. We know that those who get the message of this book, true vocabulary mastery, will make few such errors. If you were able to get them all right, think of antonyms for numbers 7, 8, 10, 17, and Lead us not into Penn Station. As a result, Ms.

They lived in the Sarah Dessert and traveled by Camelot. Her advice: Foy, that he was quitting as an accountant to become an actor, the man was convulsed with laughter. After Mr. Monte confessed that he had been developing ulcers as an accountant, and when his psychiatrist suggested that the sickness was a result of inhibitions, Monte agreed.

Now a fortuitous opportunity to get into show business required Monte to make an immediate decision. Foy stormed out of the office, muttering incoherently about hippies, beatniks, and others of that ilk. Since the company would stage five major plays during the summer, as well as a half-dozen shows for children, there was a chance that Monte might actually get a part before too many weeks had elapsed.

The remuneration would be nominal but at last Monte Ziltch would be fulfilling a life-long ambition. Lprestigious a. All through those weeks, Monte painted, carried, nailed, collected, ran, studied, and perspired. He had expunged all traces of debits and credits from his mind, burying himself in the more flamboyant world of the theater. But now there was an open audition to cast the final show of the season. It was to be a jaunty original comedy, given a summer tryout prior to a Broadway opening.

Unfortunately, the competition was too rough — but the director assigned Monte to a less ostentatious part. And so for the first two weeks in September the stage-struck accountant had a two-minute, two-line part. What was his role? At first, their use may be conscious, even studied. However, the squeaks will soon disappear. Try a few this weekend. Note the resemblance between flamboyant and ostentatious. From Week 12 Choose the word that makes sense in each of the sentences below.

LThe senator went into a lengthy diatribe, remuneration about government waste in the military budget. Most reformers are seeking to create a schism, utopia. Lorraine was criticized sharply for the ostentatious, nominal way in which she furnished her apartment.

Anyone so ilk, timorous should not have been selected to guard the castle. My brother was promoted to a prestigious, flamboyant job in his company. Although his speech was anathema, jaunty we were able to sense its underlying seriousness.

LThe failing grade was expunged, truncated from her record when she submitted the excellent term paper. The bookkeeper is such an integral, incoherent part of our organization that we pay her a very high salary. We marched in front of the embassy with placards, inhibitions held high. When the media can hold the attention of so sizable a chunk of couch potatoes, it pays to scrutinize it closely.

A student at Stanford University, doing her doctoral thesis on the unusual popularity of the afternoon talk shows, noted the fierce competition among those programs for guests who are off the beaten track. According to her: And say what you want about good taste, millions watch us every day, and as long as the ratings are that healthy, sponsors will pay good money to be identified with us.

The scientists were alarmed by incontrovertible evidence of surreptitious German experiments, and they asked for speedy approval. Italian-born Enrico Fermi was the ideal man to lead the atomic research. Already in he had won the Nobel Prize for work with radioactive elements and neutron bombardment. Fermi had found a haven from the Fascists his wife was Jewish and he knew that if the Germans were the first to develop an atomic bomb it would mean that Hider could subjugate the entire world.

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The international race for atomic supremacy was on. Lincontrovertible b. It consisted of layers of graphite, alternated with chunks of uranium. The uranium emitted neutrons, and the graphite slowed them down. Holes were left for long cadmium safety rods. By withdrawing those control rods Fermi could speed up the production of neutrons, thus increasing the number of uranium atoms that would be split fission.

When the rods were withdrawn to a critical point, then the neutrons would be produced so fast that the graphite and cadmium could not absorb them. In that manner a chain reaction would result. The big question remained — was it viable? After two years of confinement in a dungeon, the prisoner was thin and wan. Fermi moved his materials to an abandoned squash court under a football stadium at the University of Chicago.

His pace accelerated because they were proceeding on the premise that the Germans were close to atomic success. Six weeks after the pile had been started, its critical size was reached. Almost fifty scientists and several incredulous observers mounted a balcony to watch. One physicist remained on the floor; it was his job to extract the final cadmium control rod.

Unbearable tension permeated the atmosphere. Fermi completed his calculations, waited for a propitious moment, and then gave the signal.

After twenty-eight minutes he curtailed the experiment, giving the signal to replace the control rod. The normally reserved scientists, unable to repress their excitement, let out a tremendous cheer and gathered around Fermi to shake his hand.

The young couple was disappointed to see the state of their new house. You now have the chance to see whether you remember their definitions.

1100 Words You Need to Know

Lucas, a super sniffer, to work. Jagusak has already taught his pound porker-detective how to find cocaine, hashish, and marijuana. While some law enforcement officials were A at first, they quickly became believers when they saw the Sherlock Holmes of the sty locate underground drug scents that had eluded trained dogs. Dorie was black, and the highest job to which he could then aspire in the U. Navy was that of messman. While Dorie was technically a member of a great fighting fleet, he was not expected to fight.

Most Army and Navy officers inveighed against blacks as fighting men. Although blacks were nettled by such overt prejudice, Dorie Miller apparendy accepted being relegated to the role of a messhall servant. Now, as he poured the coffee, Dorie was wondering why the airplanes above were making so much noise on a peaceful Sunday morning.

Sample Sentences Use the new words in the proper blanks. When they tried to the star to a minor role she was furious. Jumping up from his supine position, the powerfully built messman from Waco, Texas, headed for the deck. Everywhere that Dorie looked he saw smoke and mammoth warships lying on their sides.

Overhead, dozens of Japanese dive bombers controlled the skies without a U. The havoc was enormous. Management is sure to any request for increased remuneration. Definitions Match the new words with their meaning. He dragged his captain to safety and turned back to see that the machine-gunner had been killed.

Dorie took the big gun and trained it on the incoming bombers. Within the space of ten minutes he was credited with destroying four bombers while dodging the bullets of their fighter escorts. The enemy scurried away, having struck the incisive blow that precipitated U.

Vocabulary in Use is the perfect study aid for anyone using English for their academic work. Ideal for students of any discipline, from engineers or social scientists to business students or lawyers, it covers all the key vocabulary they will come across in academic textbooks, articles, lectures and A good knowledge of collocations typical word combinations is essential for fluent and natural-sounding English.

Learning correct word combinations will English Phrasal Verbs in Use Intermediate is a vocabulary book for good intermediate level learners and above. It is primarily designed as a self-study reference and practice text but it can also be used for classroom work. Talmadge planned to check telephones books in every cite that visited 3 Mr. Tallmadge planned found terrys telephone number in the directory 4 Pamelas family saw a family likeness in her picture 5 Pamela won the miss Indiana beauty contest 6 Pamela met her brothers and sisters Improving vocabulary Stunning locks 1.

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Remarked on the likeness 5. Family was united 6. He search for her 7.A large percentage of the women give family histories of alcoholism. Advanced Grammar in Use Third edition is a fully updated version of this best-selling grammar title. A goldfinch flew across the field, struck the glass and was knocked inert.

As our population increases, as industry consumes more water each year, the level of our underground water supply sinks measurably. When the grand jury refused to him, the mobster was exonerated. Under duress, the faculty reported the names of the culprits. The words learned while reading this book give you a firm basis. After two years of confinement in a dungeon, the prisoner was thin and wan. She blamed her absence from the game on the weather, but we knew that was sour grapes.