Meadow: A plain near a river usually with long grass. (noun)
The doe grazed peacefully on the meadow.
Attempt: make an effort to complete something hard. (verb) to try to achieve something and fail (noun)
I failed after I attempted to do a backflip (noun)
Pointless: senseless or not worth doing (adj)
This sentence is pointless because no one will read it.
Resist: to withstand the effect of something (verb)
He resisted to eat all his Halloween candy in one night.
Flexible: Ready and able to adapt easily or to be bendy and not to break easily. (adj)
My schedule is flexible because I’m homeschooled.
Tour: to show someone an area or zone. (verb or m)
I gave a tour of my house to my neighbor to show them around. (verb)
Disclose: to reveal secret information. (verb)
His secret was disclosed after the news meeting.
Alert: to warn someone of possible danger (verb or adj) to be watchful (noun)
The dog was alert after he heard the loud noise. (noun)
Prepare: to get ready or arrange (verb)
Our assignment for science is to prepare a flounder.
Destructive : To cause great damage or harm. (adj)
Demolitions have to be destructive or they are not doing their jobs.
Column: A pillar that is used as a support. (Noun)
Most Greek buildings had columns to add support.
Heroic: Bold or valiant (noun) Has the traits of a hero (adj)
My grand pa is heroic because he fought in wars. (adj)
Extraordinary : Great or magnificent. (adj)
My mom is extraordinary because she makes me happy every day.
Ancestor: Someone that is related to you but is deceased. (noun)
My mom studies her ancestry so she can learn about her Dna.
Request: the act to ask for something politely or formally. (noun) politely or formally ask for (verb)
He made a request to his mom that she should get him a hot dog when she went to the store. (verb)
Variety: A bunch or a variation of things (noun)
I should eat a variety of foods to be healthy.
Confuse: To perplex someone. (verb)
I was confused with the math question.
Frequent: To repeat an action (adj) to visit somewhere often or habitually. (verb)
I have to clean my cat’s litter box frequently or it will smell revolting. (adj)
Represent: to show to enjoy or like something intently. (verb)
Senators represent their states by speaking about their state positively.
Orchard: a place where fruit trees are grown(noun)
Angry Orchard is a company that makes hard cider.