By Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries
The phrases were selected with quite a few standards in brain. a few signify key innovations in very important parts of the curriculum, whereas others are extra normal in that means yet current demanding situations of spelling or utilization. All are phrases that scholars can anticipate to determine frequently of their highschool interpreting and past. and every notice is absolutely outlined in addition to proven in standard contexts with instance sentences and quotations, lots of that are taken from award-winning authors reminiscent of Harper Lee, George Orwell, Katherine Paterson, and John Knowles.
Together, those a hundred phrases signify the more and more subtle and intricate vocabulary that beginners needs to grasp as they proceed their schooling on the subsequent point. to benefit them is not just to achieve invaluable wisdom — it truly is to step right into a broader world.
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Difficult to surmount, defeat, or undertake: The new assignment was a formidable challenge for the young reporter. ” Reiker didn’t look quite so tall or strong as the others. His eyes, specked with green, sought communication with my father. ” — Bette Greene The Summer of My German Soldier 29 gar·goyle (gär*goil+) noun A waterspout or ornamental figure in the form of a grotesque animal or person projecting from the gutter of a building. 30 guer·ril·la (also spelled gue·ril·la) (gN-rVl*N) noun A member of a military force that is not part of a regular army and operates in small bands in occupied territory to harass the enemy, as by surprise raids.
To change tactics or approach; plan skillfully: Our lawyer maneuvered in order to get the trial postponed. 2. To carry out a military maneuver. 3. To make controlled changes in movement or direction: The ship had to maneuver carefully to avoid the icebergs. transitive verb 1. To cause (troops or warships) to carry out a military maneuver. 2. To direct skillfully by changes in course or in position: “He let me maneuver the skiff through the wreckage of the flood without even peeking over his shoulder to see what I might be about to hit” (Katherine Paterson, Jacob Have I Loved).
100 Words Every High School Freshman Should Know by Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries