5th Grade Vocabulary Words - List 9

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Word Definition Practice Sentence Synonyms Antonyms Part of Speech Description
title The name of a written or filmed work. The title of the book read "Chimpanzees in The Wild" by Lily Joseph. name, heading Noun
consume To eat or ingest. Squirrels like to consume fruits and nuts. eat, expend, ingest save, collect Verb
reaction A behavior in response to something or some event. The patient had a bad reaction to the medicine. response, reply Noun
belief The mental act, condition, or habit of placing trust or confidence in another: An acceptance that a statement is true or that something exists. thought, idea, theory, concept, commitment, faith, principle, philosophy, ideal thought, idea, theory, concept, commitment, faith, principle, philosophy, ideal Noun
altogether wholly, completely It stopped snowing altogether after he came home. basically, generally, primarily partially Adverb
eccentric deviating from conventional or accepted usage or conduct especially in odd or whimsical ways He was an eccentric billionaire who liked dressing up in a bat costume. bizzare, crazy, wild ordinary, conventional Adjective
ridiculous deserving of ridicule or unreasonable It is ridiculous to assume that the moon is made of cheese. crazy, silly, mad, insane, ludicrous, childish, laughable, not in your right mind​/​not right in the head, over-the-top unreasonable, wrong, extreme, absurd, childish, irrational, irresponsible, perverse, hysterical Adjective
timeline a sequence of related events arranged in chronological order and displayed along a line (usually drawn left to right or top to bottom) The timeline on the bridge construction project was for only a year. agenda, timetable, itinerary, record, schedule, calendar, docket, logbook, outline, program Noun
array to place in proper or desired order The general thought about how to array his troops for battle. arrangement, show, order, supply, display, collection, exhibition, line-up, mixture, parade, formation, presentation, spectacle, marshalling, muster, disposition Verb
nonsense words or language having no meaning or conveying no intelligible ideas The idea the earth was a cube was complete nonsense. folly, trash sense Noun

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