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    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
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    Gold Rush Definition Match -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: MATCH the Gold Rush vocabulary list with a definition. Use the pull down menu bar to select the letter match for the Gold Rush word puzzle.
    When you hit "Submit," you will get back the correct Gold Rush definition match answers, the percentage score for the correct answers and a sentence.
    Clue: In addition to this Gold Rush Definition Match with a Gold Rush word list of 13 vocabulary words, www.myvocabulary.com also provides a Gold Rush Fill-in-the-Blank word game. See also an Interactive Word Puzzle, Word Search, Crossword, Synonym and Antonym puzzle and a True or False activity.
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    Word List
     
    1) lode
    2) conceal
    3) nugget
    4) discover
    5) bonanza
    6) assure
    7) hi-grading
    8) detect
    9) claim
    10) vein
    11) bust
    12) deceive
    13) paydirt
    Definition List
     
    A)  To make certain or to firmly establish; to inform positively (verb)
    B)  A source of great and sudden luck; a spectacular windfall; rich mass of ore (noun)
    C)  A person or thing that is a total failure; a financial collapse (noun)
    D)  A demand for something supposedly due, esp. a piece of land appropriated by a miner or other (noun)
    E)  To hide from sight; to keep secret (verb)
    F)  To mislead by a false statement or appearance; to trick or to impose a false idea (verb)
    G)  To discover the nature, existence, presence or fact of (verb)
    H)  To gain sight or knowledge of something previously unseen or unknown (verb)
    I)  of fine or superior quality (adjective) Hint: first word can also be spelled this way: high
    J)  A seam-like deposit containing metallic ore; a rich supply or source (noun)
    K)  A lump or mass of metal, esp. gold (noun)
    L)  A descriptive phrase used by a miner who strikes gold (noun)
    M)  A seam of mineral through a rock of a different formation (noun)