S: Vocabulary lesson #16 visual dictionary
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FC: Vocabulary Lesson #16 Visual Dictionary By Rachael Muldoon
1: innumerable (adj)- too many to count Randy's innumerable collection of marbles disabled him to tell his friends exactly how many he has.
2: Gargantuan (adj) - Gigantic; of imense size,volume, or capacity Joey the seagull cautiously watched the gargantuan woman pass him making sure she did not crush him.
3: Copious (adj)- plentiful; abundunt Soldiers always receive a copious meal no matter where they are, so they have energy for battle.
4: Appreciable(adj)- noticeable; able to be percieved or estimated Josie has an appreciable difference of height compared to Tomie.
5: inordinate(adj)- exceeding reasonable limits Andy ate an inordinate amout of food at dinner causing people to stare.
6: Breadth(n)- wide range Dr. Oxy's breadth of knowledge about sickness allows him to quickly see all of his patients, and finish the day early.
7: Paucity (n)- smallness of number; fewness; scarcity During the famine, the paucity of food caused people to starve and some starved to death.
8: Proliferation(v)- To multiply; increase, or spread rapidly Miley Cyrus,the prolific singer, have released many new songs causing her to become popular among teens.
9: Pittance(n)-a very small amount; an inadequate wage sam the waiter was dissapointed when he recieved a pittance tip.
10: Negligible(adj)- not enough to be worth considering Pennies are usually not picked up off the street because people consider them negligible compared to a dollar..