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Name:
Word
hoax
spyglass
loomed
monstrosity
dignitary
pedestal
imitated
blustery
polished
stoop
A Brother’s Promise and Religion Vocabulary
Part of
Speech
Definition
noun
A trick or deception meant as a practical joke or to fool others
noun
A small telescope
verb
To appear in an impressively great or exaggerated form
adjective
The quality or condition of being unusually large; enormous
noun
Those who have a high position or office, as in government or the church
noun
a supporting structure or piece; base
verb
to mimic; impersonate
adjective
noisy
adjective
refined, cultured, or elegant
noun
a small raised platform, approached by steps and sometimes having a roof and
seats, at the entrance of a house; a small porch
a person whose business is lending money at interest on personal, movable
property deposited with the lender until redeemed.
moving
pawnbroker
noun
astir
apostle
adjective
prophet
reform
exile
noun
One of the twelve special men who accompanied Jesus in his ministry and were
witnesses to the Resurrection
One called to speak for God and call the people to be faithful to the covenant
verb
To change to a better state
verb
To be banished from his or her native land
sacrifice
discrimination
verb
noun
To surrender a person, animal, or thing
mission
noun
noun
noun
virtue
Vocabulary Activities
The act of mistreating other people because of how they look or act, or just
because they are different
an important goal or purpose that is accompanied by strong conviction; a calling
or vocation
moral excellence; goodness; righteousness
Directions: Complete 3 of the activities to turn in on Thursday.
1. Write a sentence that contains each spelling word. The sentence must demonstrate
the meaning of the word and each sentence must contain correct spelling, punctuation,
and grammar.
2. Make a flashcard for each word. The front of the flashcards must contain the word
and a sentence containing the word. The back of the flashcard must contain the word’s
part of speech and its definition.
3. Write a story using 15 of your words. The story must contain correct spelling,
punctuation, and grammar.
4. Draw a picture to represent the meaning of 10 of your words.
5. Write a synonym or antonym for 10 of your words.
6. Create a word search using Puzzlemaker on Discoveryeducation.com or graph paper
that includes all of your vocabulary words. Then, solve your words search by
highlighting each spelling word.