Stems List 6 Quiz December 7th
VerTruth • The verdict of the case was not guilty. • I will verify my age by using my driver’s license. • When it is time for report cards, teachers have to turn in their verification sheets. • The veracity of the student’s answer was seen with her textual support.
VerTruth • Veracity : n. Truth; accuracy • Verdict : n. The opinion of the jury in a court of law • Verify : v. To prove to be true; confirm • Verification : n. Proof; the act of proving to be true
The girl was very eclectic. She wore very creative clothes with bold prints and patterns. • The man was a peripatetic. He often went on random walks for hours. • The student was put into ISS for the very causticremark. He said later that he was just trying to be funny. • I was so lackadaisical after my Thanksgiving dinner. • The eulogistic sermon had a great message about the life of Mr. Groff. • There was a quizzical expression on her face. • Our country stands by the fact that we do a lot of domestic trade. • The girl wore an outfit with dramatic colors. • The speech was said with an emphatic tone. • She was an energetic leader. • The majestic mountains were seen in a distance.
Eclectic adj. selecting or choosing from various sources. • Peripatetic: adj. wanderer • Causticadj severely critical or sarcastic: a caustic remark. • Lackadaisical adj. lazy/lethargic • Eulogistic adj. adjective pertaining to or containing eulogy • Quizzical adj. questioning or puzzled: a quizzical expression on her face. • Domestic adj. of or pertaining to one's own or a particular country as apart from other countries: domestic trade. • Dramatic adj. characteristic of or appropriate to the drama, especially in involving conflict or contrast; vivid; moving: dramatic colors; a dramatic speech. • Emphatic: adj. uttered, or to be uttered, with emphasis; strongly expressive. • Energetic adj. possessing or exhibiting energy, especially in abundance; vigorous: an energetic leader. • Majestic adj. grand or stately