Vocabulary Week 1


Antebellum: Before war



Antigovernment: Against the government



Bi weekly: appearing or taking place every two weeks or twice a week.




Circumnavigate: go around or across (something).



Connection: Anything that connects




Define: state or describe exactly the nature, scope, or meaning of.



Discharge: tell (someone) officially that they can or must leave, in particular.


Equity: the quality of being fair and impartial.



Extraordinary: very unusual or remarkable.


International: existing, occurring, or carried on between two or more nations.


Introduce: bring (something, especially a product, measure, or concept) into use or operation for the first time.


Malnourished: suffering from malnutrition.



Misconception: a view or opinion that is incorrect because it is based on faulty thinking or understanding.



Non Existent: not existing, or not real or present.




Postgame: After the game




Pregame: Before the game




Semicircle: Half a circle




Subway: an underground electric railroad.



Superhero: a benevolent fictional character with superhuman powers



Synergy: the interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations




Triangle: Three sides of a triangle



Unbelievable: not able to be believed



























Vocabulary Week 2

Anarchy: a state of disorder due to absence or non-recognition of authority.



Haggard: Always exhausted or tired



Homicide: Murder



Musician: Professional music player



Adrenalitis: Inflammation of the adrenal gland.



Aquamarine: a precious stone consisting of a light bluish-green variety of beryl.



Audible: capable of being heard



Antebellum: Before war


Capacity: the ability to hold

Decide: To cut off uncertainty

Biodiversity: the diversity of plant and animal life in a particular habitat

Autopilot: a cognitive state in which you act without self-awareness

Export: sell or transfer abroad

Inscription: a short dedication written in a book or engraved on something,

Anthropology: science dealing with the origin, races, customs, and beliefs of humankind

Dictate: issue commands or orders for

Credential: a document that proves a person is believable

Century: is a period of time equal to one-hundred years.

Neologism: a newly invented word or phrase

Adequate: If you have an adequate amount of something, it is either enough or just enough.

Accede: assent or agree to a demand, request, or treaty.

Dismiss: to send someone out
Centrifugal: tending to move away from a center

Bibliography: list of books

Anthropology: the social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings

Vocabulary Week 3


Homosapien: Human Kind



Spectacular: Looks amazing



Abduct: To kidnap



Deference: Show respect


Pendulum: A weight hung from a fixed point to sway



Microbe: A germ


Hydrate: Activated by water



Photobiotic: Requires light to live


Panacea: A cure for Illness


Pentagon: Five sided shape


Television: Watch TV from far away


Video: Watching TV


Omniana: Bits of information


Excel: To surpass


Polynomial: Many numbers



Recycle: To use it again


Hypochrosis: Lack of hemogoblin



Pseudosim: A tendency to that which is false


Neural: Nerve


Craniatomy: Remove of the skull


Hematic: Contains blood


Proto Robot: Earliest form of a robot


Polyphonic: Many sounds



Monomial: One number


Vital: Relating to life











Vocabulary Week 4



Morph: Change shape


Vest: Inside shirt


Benefit: An advantage


Corpse: Dead body


Patriarch: Head of the family


Noveu: French for new


Punctuation: Ending of a sentence


Eject: Throw out



Diction: Choice of words


Locomotion: Movement from place to place


Adoxal: Without the right reason


Amphibious: Capable of living in water and without


Magnanimously: Generously


Eulogy: Words of praise


Endocardial: Within the heart


Aerophobia: Scared of being in the air


Orthodontist: Dentist that straightens teeth


Verify: To check if itís true


Matriarch: Head of the family


Mega Soda: Large Soda


Populace: The people


Sanguinary: Bloodthirsty

Vocabulary Week 5






Vital: Required to live

Democracy: Government of the people


Stereotype: To fix in lasting form

Alcoholism: Addiction to alcohol

Recognition: The state of being noticed

Surcharge: Over the price

Alternative: Different

Asterisk: Tiny star

Dynamite: If triggered, it can make an explosion


Chronic: Continuing for a long time


Hypercritical: Too demanding


Demilune: Half moon

Octagon: Eight sided shape

Autogyro: An airplane that can fly itself

Contradict: Opposite

Geocentric: Earth was the centre

Heliocentric: Sun was the centre

Thermostat: Regulates temperature

Tetragon: Four sided shape

Centimeter: 1/100 of a meter

Bioscope: Measuring time

Unison: All the sounds at the same time

Decagon: Ten sided shape

Stellar: Stars

Amateur: Someone who is new to an activity that he/she likes