Vocabulary Week Five

Vocabulary Week Five Surreal (Adj.) (noun) Characterized by fantastic imagery and odd events resembling a dream. Dalis paintings are a bizarre mix of elements like the surreal image of melting clocks. Proportion The relationship between thing with respect to their comparative quantity,

magnitude, or degree. That hound dogs tiny legs look out of proportion to that big, fat body. Aesthetic(adj.) Sensitive Proximity (noun) Nearness or to or appreciative of closeness. art or beauty. Soldiers will tell The aesthetic you that the qualities of the proximity to death house didnt

brings with it a match the high corresponding price its sellers proximity to life. were asking, for it was rather simple Anarchy (noun) The absence of any system of government. A disordered, chaotic, and uncontrolled situation. Too often, the presence of a substitute teacher Ambiguity (noun) Something

that does not have clear meaning. The ambiguity of the clairvoyants message from the deceased allowed the grieving relatives to interpret them however they wished. Mundane (adj.) Commonplace, boring; ordinary or everyday. Relating to the concerns of the workaday world. After

visiting Stephanie at college, her parents were surprised at how mundane the life of this high school partier had become Fortify (verb) Make strong or stronger. Food scientists have found ways to fortify cereal, but in addition to vitamins C and D, they usually add too much sugar. Coy (adj.) Trying

Pester (verb) to be modest Annoying and or shy in a playful, persistent. To nag flirtatious, or someone about provocative manner. something. At times she gave At the beginning of off a kind of comeher second week, get-me energy, coy, she began pestering and flirtatious, but her mom to take her it never bothered down to the village her boyfriend.

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