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For the following questions, match each word to its definition by filling in the correct letter.
wise
deceptively charming
enormous
passion
sound; fit
competing
awe-inspiring
sinister; threatening
Use the word bank to answer the question.
4. ardor (1 point)

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5. sage (1 point)

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6. contending (1 point)

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7. prodigious (1 point)

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8. foreboding (1 point)

i don't understand this

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  1. Basically, you need to know the definitions for each vocabulary word both in the word bank and the words below it. Once you know the definitions, you match the words that are closest in definition to those in the word bank. Understand?

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  2. ya that's nirv

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  3. So you got it now?

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  4. Use dictionary (dot) com to look words up.

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  5. ya thanks nirv

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  6. ok thx nerdy

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  7. No prob (^_^)

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