Word List


Option noun We have a few options available for you
A thing that is or may be chosen or selected
Different adjective That one is slightly different
Not the same as another, unlike in nature, form or quality
Amazing Adjective the show was amazing
causing great surprise or wonder; astonishing
Bionic Adjective The athlete had a bionic leg
having or denoting an artificial, typically electromechanical, body part or parts
Clearly Adverb She spoke clearly to the audience
without doubt; obviously
Collapse Verb The man was about to collapse
suddenly fall down or give way
Doughnut Noun The boy had a doughnut for dessert
a small fried cake of sweetened dough, typically in the shape of a ball or ring
Drunk Adjective After six glasses of wine she was very drunk
affected by alcohol to the extent of losing control of one's faculties or behaviour
During Preposition They kept quiet during the presentation
throughout the course or duration of (a period of time)
Exactly Adverb The painting was exactly the same as the picture
used to emphasize the accuracy of a figure or description
Heap Noun There was a heap of clothes on the floor
an untidy collection of objects placed haphazardly on top of each other
Leave Verb They had to leave the building
go away from
Marathon Noun He ran the London marathon
a long-distance running race, strictly one of 26 miles 385 yards (42.195 km)
Prescribe Verb The doctor had to prescribe the right medicine
(of a medical practitioner) advise and authorize the use of (a medicine or treatment) for someone, especially in writing
Restrict Verb She had to restrict the child from going near the oven
(restrict someone to) limit someone to only doing or having (a particular thing) or staying in (a particular place)
Sport Noun Mark enjoyed sport
an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment
Statistical Adjective The statistical report was very long
relating to the use of statistics
Struggle Verb She had to struggle with a long shift
(struggle with) have difficulty handling or coping with
Tear Verb He had to tear up the cards
pull (something) apart or to pieces with force
Underneath Preposition The cat was underneath the sofa
situated directly below (something else)
Useless Adjective The old system was now useless
not fulfilling or not expected to achieve the intended purpose or desired outcome
Wear Verb the rain will wear away at the paint
damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use
Wish Verb I wish I could draw better
feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that cannot or probably will not happen
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