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Sixth Grade February Word Masters

Mrs. Kelly

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pinpoint change, alter, modify / a sharp point that sticks out and backward / an often witty remark intended to hurt a person's feelings
delve to climb awkwardly / scramble, shinny, skin, struggle, sputter
sprightly to stew gently below or just at the boiling point ; boil
rout dandy
drawback something saved or recovered / relieve, save, rescue, deliver / gather, garner, collect, pull together
coup full of spirit; lively / spirited
prowess to go back to a less religious or less moral condition / to go back to a worse condition
fervent to move unsteadily / to stumble or hesitate in speech; stammer / to hesitate in purpose or action; hesitate, waver, waffle
shortcoming amble, walk leisurely
clamber stubbornly determined / persistent, tenacious, unyielding, stubborn, obstinate
poise a rough, prickly case around the seeds of certain plants, as the chestnut or burdock. / A persistently clinging or nettlesome person or thing / Any of various rotary cutting tools designed to be attached to a drill / remove, take, take away, withdraw
percolate winding path or course / a turn or winding of a stream / weave, wind, thread, wander
churn having or expressing great warmth or depth of feeling / fiery, passionate, ardent
brio quality of being active or spirited or alive and vigorous / vigor; vivacity
barb silent by habit; reticent, untalkative,
avid clever at taking advantage; crafty, cunning,manipulative / done with or showing art or skill /
flounder a recurrence of illness after a period of improvement / regress, revert,
relapse very eager; enthusiastic, zealous / having so much desire for something as to be greedy /
falter churn or foam as if boiling / be upset or in a state of great excitement / churn, boil,
dogged to hold or make firm or steady by balancing; hold, carry, bear / to hold without motion in a steady position; hover/ to put into readiness; prepare / put, set, place, pose, position, lay
torpid to dig or cut a groove in / to drive by force / to cause to come out especially from bed / overcome, defeat / dig, delve, hollow / beat, crush, shell, vanquish
fop having lost motion or the power of exertion or feeling / having too little energy or strength
artful the point in the heavens directly overhead / the highest point
glib being strong and vigorously healthy / hardy, stalwart, stout, sturdy
zenith not easily pulled apart / tending to stick /holding fast or tending to hold fast; persistent, stubborn, obstinate
simmer an extremely small or sharp point / to locate or identify exactly / extremely fine or exact
mosey to make up for; recover / reimburse, compensate / recuperate, recover /withhold, deduct,
finagle having or giving a sense of life, vigor, or activity / vivacious; colorful
hoodwink persuasively pleasing : smoothly polite and agreeable / refined, debonair, diplomatic,
natty a flatfish / to struggle or go clumsily / 'to go lame, collapse" / stagger, fight, struggle
pinnacle a slender tower generally coming to a point at the top / the highest point of achievement or development / a high pointed peak / surmount / raise, lift, elevate
nadir to dig or labor with a spade / to make a careful or thorough search for information /
salvage to stir or shake violently / to produce, move with, or experience violent motion or agitation; stir / a container in which milk or cream is stirred or shaken in making butter /
vibrant to work or concern oneself lightly or without deep involvement / to wet by splashing / to paddle or play in or as if in water / to reach with the bill to the bottom of shallow water to obtain food /
robust division; separation / lack of harmony; discord / division in or separation from a church or religious body
recoup to deceive by false appearance; trick / bamboozle, snow, hoodwink, pull the wool over someone's eyes, lead by the nose, play false / cheat, rip off, chisel
panache chatty, gabby, talkative / having a smooth and fast flow of words in speaking
voluble to trickle or cause to trickle through something porous; filter, seep, dribble, trickle / diffuse, spread, spread out, fan out / recuperate, recover, convalesce
diagnostic boil, moil, roil,
bur a position of control / steer, maneuver, direct, point, head, guide,
poise imly neat and tidy / dapper, dashing, jaunty, fashionable, stylish
tenacious a grand or flamboyant manner; verve; style; flair / an ornamental plume of feathers, tassels, or the like, esp. one worn on a helmet or cap /
suave a brilliant, sudden, and usually highly successful action /
dabbler speaking or spoken with careless ease and often with little regard for truth / persuasive, superficial,
taciturn an undesirable feature; disadvantage
backslide a dignified self-confident manner / a way of carrying oneself
meander weak from or as if from exhaustion / lacking spirit; listless / lacking force or quickness of movement; slow / lethargic
helm to use trickery to get what one wants / achieve, accomplish, attain, reach
schism fault, a weakness in character / physical or mental flaw
churn of, relating to, or used in diagnosis / symptomatic, characteristic
languid great bravery especially in battle / very great ability /
seethe the point of the celestial sphere that is directly opposite the zenith and directly under the observer / the lowest point

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