Youll be flabbergasted and surprised when i run right

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You’ll be flabbergastedand surprised, When I run right past your eyes.That’s if you can see me when I pass you by,’Cause mostly I’m a flash in disguise.Hook1C Words DefinedBelow you’ll find each vocabulary word that was used in the song. Each word is followed by the part of speech, a simple definition and a meaningful sentence. Some words will also have synonyms, antonyms and other forms of the word listed.1. abate(verb)to make or become less in amount or intensityWe waited for the storm to abatebefore we went outside.Synonyms: lessen, decreaseAntonyms: increase, amplify2. abnormal(adj)not normalKane is a nice guy, but he has some really abnormalhabits.Synonyms: unusual, unique 5Unit 1abate / abnormal / abrupt / accelerate / affliction / flabbergast / grim / incredulous / notify / perceive / robust / rupture / throb / trivial / wince
6The Word Up Project: Level Yellow3. abrupt(adj)sudden or unexpectedWe made an abruptchange of plans when we realized we had no money.4. accelerate (verb)to speed up, or to cause to speed upYou can acceleratea plant’s growth by using fertilizers.Antonyms: decelerateOther forms: A car with good acceleration(noun) can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than six seconds. If you want to learn another language quickly, you can take an accelerated(adj) class.5. affliction(noun)the cause of serious pain and suffering, or a state of such sufferingSome people consider blindness an affliction, but to others it is just a challenge.Other forms: Melanie was afflicted (verb) with a rare bone disease.6. flabbergast (verb)to surprise or amaze people into a state of shockNina was flabbergastedto learn that her bus driver was actually 104 years old.Synonyms: astoundAntonyms: bore7. grim(adj)gloomy, harsh, and frighteningWar is a grimbusiness.Synonyms: dreadful, savage, frightfulAntonyms: mild, delightful8. incredulous(adj)not willing to believe somethingI tried to tell Becky about my 8-foot-tall boyfriend, but she was incredulousand didn’t think I was telling the truth .Synonyms: cynical, skeptical Antonyms: credulous, gullible9. notify(verb)to let someone know; to informWhen we lost our dog, we went from house to house and notifiedall the neighbors.Other forms: I was sad when my family received official notification(noun) that we would have to leave our home.10. perceive(verb)to become aware of through any of the senses, especially sight or hearingGazing through the mist, the elf could just barely perceivethe enemy army marching toward him.Synonyms: discern, spotOther forms: If you are perceptive(adj) and show a lot of perception(noun), you demonstrate that you are fully aware of what’s going on .6
11. robust(adj)strong or healthyThe third little pig was the smartest because he built a robusthouse made out of bricks.

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