Level 26 Level 28
Level 27

(Rank < 7500) 651-675


25 words 0 ignored

Ready to learn       Ready to review

Ignore words

Check the boxes below to ignore/unignore words, then click save at the bottom. Ignored words will never appear in any learning session.

All None

Ignore?
occurrence
something that happens
grim
unpleasant or shocking to see or think about
pact
a formal agreement between two people or groups of people
gradual
happening in a slow way over a long period of time
interfere
to involve yourself in matters connected with other people without being asked
specimen
a small amount or piece that is taken from something, so that it can be tested or examined
incidentally
as something that is less interesting or important e.g. (The report discusses the problem only ..........)
bizarre
very unusual or strange
exceed
to be greater or more than (something)
foul
extremely unpleasant to taste or smell
decay
to be slowly destroyed by natural processes. e.g. (Tomatoes that fall off the vine will ........ on the ground.)
Axis
the imaginary straight line that something (such as the Earth) turns around
configuration
the way the parts of something are arranged e.g. (the ......... [=layout] of the room)
hardy
strong and able to accept difficult or unpleasant conditions
census
the official process of counting the number of people in a country and collecting information about them
stimulate
to encourage something to grow, develop, or become active
marsh
an area of low, wet land, usually covered with tall grasses
vivid
seeming like real life because it is very clear, bright, or detailed
fare
the money that you pay for traveling on a vehicle
default
to fail to do something that legally must be done especially : to fail to make the payments
dominate
to have control over a place or a person, or to be the most important person or thing
liaison
communication between groups and the useful relationship that this creates
cease
to stop an action or condition
adapt
to change to meet different situations
norm
something (such as a behavior or way of doing something) that is usual or expected e.g. (Smaller families have become the ..........))