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  1. Knowsys Vocabulary Group 13

  2. Group: 13 122 astute+ ə stüt A KNOWLEDGE shrewd and crafty, keen, clever • Ernest Hemingway was very astute when it came to writing about his life experiences. 7th astuteness

  3. Astute • Astute

  4. Group: 13123 consult + kən sult V KNOWLEDGE 1) to seek advice from or 2) to refer to • Many people today consult their doctor when they get sick or want to get more information about a disease or diagnosis. 7thconsultation, consultant

  5. Consult • Consult an expert before you make a decision.

  6. Group: 13124 docile+ dó  səl A KNOWLEDGE 1) easily taught or managed or 2) obedient • Since Labrador retrievers are docile, they make good seeing-eye dogs. 7th

  7. Docile • Docile

  8. Group: 13125 + enlighten in lī  tən VKNOWLEDGE To instruct spiritually or intellectually • The goal of the advertising campaign is to enlighten the world about the health risks associated with fast food. 7th enlightened, enlightenment

  9. Enlighten • enlighten

  10. Group: 13126_ illiterate il lí  tə rət A KNOWLEDGE • unable to read to write or 2) having little or no education • The migrant farm workers’ children were illiterate because they never stayed in one place long enough to get an education. 7th illiteracy

  11. Illiterate

  12. Group: 13127+ mentor meń tər N KNOWLEDGE a trusted friend, guide, coach, or tutor • Under the influence of her mentor and role model, she learned how to set and achieve goals 7th mentorship

  13. Mentor

  14. Group: 13128_ naive nī ēv  A KNOWLEDGE simple, uninformed, or lacking wisdom and experience • Gertrude is so naïve she believes everything any one tells her, now matter how unlikely it is. • Gertrude is so naïve that she believed me when I told her that a shark flies around in my bathroom. 7th naiveté, naiveness

  15. Naive

  16. Group: 13128 rustic ruś  tik A KNOWLEDGE Simple and unsophisticated • The log cabin was so rustic that it looked completely out of place in the city neighborhood. 7th rusticate

  17. Rustic • rustic cabin

  18. Group: 13130_ unwitting un wí  ting A KNOWLEDGE Ignorant or unaware • Charlie Brown’s gullible nature allowed him to unwittingly trust Lucy to hold the football securely in place. 7th unwittingly

  19. unwitting

  20. STUDY!!! • You have a Group 13 quiz Friday.