Vocabulary Exercise: Definitions

List Number: 10487

Vocabulary Practice

    Word * Part of Speech Definition Audio Available?
    quicken Verb To make something quicker; to become quicker Yes
    quicken Verb To give life to; to come to life Yes
    risen Verb Past tense of rise Yes
    smitten Adjective Made irrationally enthusiastic Yes
    smitten Adjective In love Yes
    smitten Verb Past tense of smite Yes
    stiffen Verb To make stiff Yes
    stiffen Verb To become stiff Yes
    swivel Noun A fastening device that allows the thing fastened to turn around freely upon it, especially to turn in a full circle Yes
    swivel Noun A pivoted support that allows an attached object, such as a chair or gun, to turn in a horizontal plane Yes
    swivel Noun A swivel chair, a chair that turns on a pivot Yes
    swivel Noun A swivel gun, a gun that turns on a pivot Yes
    swivel Verb To turn or pivot on, or as if on, a swivel Yes
    swivel Verb To fasten by a swivel; furnish with a swivel Yes
    written Adjective Of, relating to, or characteristic of writing Yes
    written Verb Past tense of write Yes
    fasten Verb To attach or connect in a secure manner Yes
    glisten Verb To reflect light with a glittering luster; to sparkle, glint, or flash Yes
    glisten Noun A glittering shine; a flash of light, sparkle, or flash Yes
    drunken Adjective Drunk, state of intoxication after having drunk an alcoholic beverage Yes
    mutton Noun The flesh of sheep, especially full-grown or more mature sheep, used as food Yes

    Vocabulary Word Activities

    • Use the word in an original sentence.
    • Find and learn the definition of the word.
    • Know how to pronounce the word.
    • Which parts of speech is the word used as (e.g. noun, verb)?
    • What are other forms of the word such as plurals or tenses.
    • What are synonyms of the word?
    • What are antonyms of the word?
    • What is the origin or etymology of the word?
    • What words rhyme with this word?

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