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4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 20: Little Wolf and Mother Wolf

4000 Essential English Words 3 Unit 20: Little Wolf and Mother Wolf

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  • beneath [bɪˈniːθ] prep. 

If something is beneath something else, it is under it.

 The largest part of an iceberg lies beneath the waterline.

  • cub [kʌb] n. 

cub is a baby animal, such as a bear or lion.

 The lion cub was crying for its mother.

  • dawn [dɔːn] n. 

Dawn is the time of day when the sun rises.

 At dawn, the sun gently rose over the farm.

  • dissatisfied [ˈdɪsˈsætɪsfaɪd] adj. 

If you are dissatisfied, you are not happy with something.

 I was dissatisfied with their decision to work on Sunday.

  • ease [iːz] n. 

When something is done with ease, it is not hard to do.

 The monkey climbed the tree with ease.

  • evident [ˈevɪdənt] adj. 

When something is evident, it is easy to see or understand.

 It was evident from the look on his face that he was unhappy.

  • hail [heɪl] n. 

Hail is ice that falls from the sky when rain freezes.

 The hail from the storm was the size of golf balls.

  • howl [haul] v. 

To howl means to make a long, loud sound like a wolf or a dog.

 The wolf howled at the moon.

  • leap [liːp] v. 

To leap means to jump a long distance.

 He had to leap over the gap to reach the other side of the hill.

  • magnificent [mægˈnɪfəsənt] adj. 

When something is magnificent, it is beautiful and grand.

 The man gave his wife a pair of magnificent diamond earrings.

  • necessity [nɪˈsesətɪ] n. 

necessity is something that is needed.

 Fresh water is a necessity for life.

  • outcome [ˈautkʌm] n. 

An outcome is the end of an action or event.

 The outcome of his latest business plan was a complete failure.

  • pile [paɪl] n. 

pile is a large group of things on top of one another.

 The pile of cups was beginning to tilt.

  • profound [prəˈfaund] adj. 

When something is profound, it is very intelligent.

 For a little boy, Jeremy has some profound thoughts.

  • seize [siːz] v. 

To seize something means to grab it quickly or strongly.

 The man seized as much money as he could before anyone could see him.

  • squeeze [skwiːz] v. 

To squeeze something means to press it together and hold it tightly.

 When Clara saw her cat, she gave it a big squeeze.

  • supreme [suˈpriːm] adj. 

When something is supreme, it is the highest or best.

 The supreme officer was in charge of keeping the citizens calm.

  • terrific [təˈrɪfɪk] adj. 

When something is terrific, it is very good.

 My youngest daughter is a terrific painter.

  • trait [treɪt] n. 

trait is part of someone’s personality.

 One trait of Salvador’s personality is his cheerfulness.

  • vital [ˈvaɪtl] adj. 

When something is vital, it is necessary for life.

 The heart is a vital organ.

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