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Word List


  barometer   (būrmtūr) noun    An instrument that measures atmospheric pressure.  
Rhymes:  hydrometer, kilometer

  collide   (kld) verb   
1.  Crash together with violent impact.   "The cars collided"
2.  Be incompatible; be or come into conflict.  
Rhymes:  bride, cried, dried, fried, glide, guide, hide, pride, ride, side, slide, stride, tried, wide, applied, beside, decide, deride, inside, provide, reside, subside, coincide
Synonyms:  slam, smash, bump, crash, hit
Antonyms:  miss, avoid, agree, coincide

  envelop   (nvlp) verb    Enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering.   "Fog enveloped the house"
Synonyms:  cloak, cage, cover, corral, shroud, surround, veil, invest, wrap
Antonyms:  unwrap, expose

  graze   (grz) noun,verb   
1.  Break the skin (of a body part) by scraping.   "She was grazed by the stray bullet"
2.  Scrape gently.  
Rhymes:  blaze, braise, craze, daze, maze, phrase, praise, raise, amaze, appraise
Synonyms:  brush, feed, touch lightly, chafe, scrape, shave, erode, skim, rub, contact, kiss

  hatch   (hch) noun,verb   
1.  Emerge from the eggs; of birds, fish, or reptiles.  
2.  Devise or invent.  
Rhymes:  batch, catch, latch, match, patch, snatch, detach, dispatch, mismatch
Synonyms:  create, devise, concoct, invent, occasion, originate, parent, induce

  retrieve   (rtrv) verb   
1.  Get or find back; recover the use of.  
2.  Recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection.  
Rhymes:  cleave, eve, grieve, leave, sleeve, weave, believe, bereave, conceive, deceive, naive, perceive, receive, relieve, misconceive
Synonyms:  recover, reactivate, regain, fetch, revive, recruit, reclaim, recoup, get back, get

  shackle   (shkl) noun,verb    A restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner).  
Rhymes:  crackle, tackle

  skirmish   (skūrmsh) noun,verb    A minor short-term fight.  
Synonyms:  clash, encounter, scrimmage

  visible   (vzbl) adjective    Perceptible especially by the eye; or open to easy view.   "a visible object" "visible stars" "mountains visible in the distance" "a visible change of expression" "visible files"
Synonyms:  perceptible, distinct, evident, visual, clear, plain, apparent, discernible, observable
Antonyms:  invisible, hidden, imperceptible

  visual   (vzhwl) adjective   
1.  Relating to or using sight.   "visual powers" "visual navigation"
2.  Able to be seen.   "a visual presentation" "a visual image"
Synonyms:  discernible, observable, perceivable, visible