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Word Bank : apparel besiege compress denounce dispatch douse expressly famished forsake gainful immense inept ingenious instantaneous irk libel misgiving oaf recede repast

Some people hailed the man as a genius others ____ him as a quack
Denounce?

Your ____ can be neat and attractive without being expensive.
Apparel?

Since it was well past their lunchtime by the time we arrived home the children were ____
Famished?

When you are really hungry even the simplest foods will be a delicious ___
repast?

You had no right to call me a clumsy ____ just because I spilled water on you
oaf?

Lets make a certain to ___ the fire before leaving camp
Douse?

When you play tennis for the first time you are going to find that your attempts to hit the ball are very ___
inept?

If you ____ all the items as much as possible you will be able to get everything into a single suitcase
Compress?

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  1. Great! All are correct!

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    Ms. Sue
  2. How can we hope to _____ a city that is surrounded by such strong walls and has ample supplies of everything it needs?
    Is it dispatch?
    Im not sure

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  3. Besiege is the best word for this blank.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. denounce,

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  5. I need help

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  6. Compress

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  7. meaning is : to press together; to reduce in size or volume

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  8. Yes you all did awesome but history is better then reading

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