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    Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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    1) Pride & Prejudice #1 Fill in the Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: To solve the Pride and Prejudice Word puzzle put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks. The correct vocabulary answers are in the Pride and Prejudice word list. When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct answers and percentage score from the fill-in-the-blanks word puzzle.
    Clue: These Pride and Prejudice include the Latin roots and their meanings: CESS = go, yield; CUMB = lie down, recline; JECT = throw, cast, hurl; LAMENT = a wailing, moan; FELIC = happiness; FLIG = strike, dash; PECU = money; PET = attack, seek, ask, strive, fall, rush at; PLIC = fold, bend, embrace; POS = place, put, lay; PUGN = fight; QUIESC = quiet, rest; SAG = perceive, seek out; SIP/SAP = taste, to be wise; SPECT = look, see, appear; TIN/TEN = hold, keep; TINC/TING = dye, stain; VERD = flourish, be green.

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    Vocabulary Word List: 18 Pride and Prejudice Words
    ACQUIESCE, CIRCUMSPECT, COMPOSURE, CONJECTURE, DUPLICITY, ENCUMBRANCE, FELICITY, IMPERTINENT, IMPETUOUS, INCESSANT, INSIPID, LAMENTATION, PECUNIARY, PROFLIGATE, REPUGNANT, SAGACITY, TINCTURE, VERDURE

    Pride & Prejudice #1 Fill in the Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  Georgia spoke to her accountant about issues that needed to be addressed before April 15th.
    2)  Caroline was unable to contain her and screamed with joy when she learned of her acceptance to college.
    3)  Grieving mourners shared about Ginny who died at such a young age.
    4)  Janet no longer trusts Eloise due to her in a business transaction.
    5)  California state officials continue to warn citizens about energy usage.
    6)  George learned more from his doctor about a medicinal to overcome an infected thumb.
    7)  Senora Alvarez was in avoiding negativity about a teacher who was popular at school.
    8)  Kenneth appreciated the financial of the opinion his father offered and decided to buy a car.
    9)  Helen admires her friend Sophie because she never loses her even in challenging situations.
    10)  Timmy disliked the of a heavy winter jacket when he ran outside to play.
    11)  Patty asked the waiter for some salt to make the soup more flavorful.
    12)  A defense attorney objected to the that his clientwas guilty because some documentation indicated another alternative.
    13)  Karen is terrified of snakes and even the idea of seeing one is to her.
    14)  Since Greg carefully reasons his personal decisions, he rarely acts in an way.
    15)  Since his parents just urged him to be home before midnight, Jonathan will to their pretty reasonable demand.
    16)  Mr. Lawrence was furious that his son chose to be so , and he immediately grounded him for the evening.
    17)  A kitten was frightened badly by the noise from booming thunder during the violent storm.
    18)  Under the of the branches of the forest trees, a hiker picked an area where he planned to camp.