1100 Words You Need to Know (4th ed) by Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon

By Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon

A Barron's bestseller for years, this ebook is best than ever in a new fourth variation. as well as its typical vocabulary lists, this variation incorporates a new part referred to as landscape of phrases. during this characteristic, all of the 1100 phrases appears to be like in a sentence chosen from between renowned novels, performs, poems, or even newspaper editorials and television proclaims. The ebook is a vocabulary builder aimed at once at college-bound highschool scholars, in addition to students who desire additional vocabulary support. scholars will locate be aware lists with definitions, analogy workouts, pleasing observe video games, and engaging words-in-context routines.

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I. __________ OF CLANDESTINE* GANGLAND MEETING" 4. "MANY MOTORISTS __________ TRAFFIC LAWS, STUDY REVEALS" 5. "__________ ATMOSPHERE IN ANGRY SENATE CHAMBER" Definitions Match the new words with their meanings. 6. stymie ____ a. unruly, agitated 7. effigy ____ b. to hinder, impede 8. flout ____ c. show contempt, scoff* 9. cognizant ____ d. aware 10. turbulent ____ e. a likeness (usually of a hated person) Today's Idiom a bitter pill to swallowa humiliating defeat It was a bitter pill to swallow for the famous billiard player to be overwhelmed by the 12-year-old girl.

Virulent t. getting money by threats Idioms ____ 21. to spill the beans u. to be critical of a present ____ 22. stiff upper lip v. hesitation because of fear ____ 23. cold feet w. courage in the face of trouble ____ 24. look a gift horse in the mouth x. give away a secret Now check your answers on page 308. Make a record of those words you missed. Once again, use those words in original sentences. Words for Further Study Meanings 1. _______________ _______________ 2. _______________ _______________ 3.

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