1. Harsh or severe, as of temper or expression.
1. To cause slight irritation
3.Befitting a child.
4. To overcome the distrust
5. Rudely brief in speech
Frivolous and lighthearted
Characterized by or showing fancy
Generally known informal
stiff, using textbook style
strong inner feeling
to fill with fear
having or showing little or no emotion
full of fear; fearful
moving to and fro rapidly; vibrating
restrained in design, presentation, etc;
ardently active, devoted, or diligent
cunning or wily
not easily stirred or moved mentally
pretending evil or harm
to seek notice or favor by servile demeanor
a place of refuge or safety
the state or quality of being divine
regard with great respect; revere
disagreeing or incongruous
a long, angry speech of criticism
damage the reputation of
a homeless and helpless person
making or spreading claims about someone with the intention of damaging their reputation
strike with a firm blow
seeming reasonable or probable
fluent and voluble but insincere and shallow
stubbornly refusing to change one's opinion or chosen course of action
An essential item required for life.
Something unnecessary, but desired.
A fundamental belief about what is desirable, worthwhile, and important to an individual.
A spending plan for managing money during a given period of time.
Money earned through employment and investments.
An amount of money spent to buy goods and services for yourself.
An amount of money that is the same each time you pay.
Costs that change in amount each time they are paid.
Something owed to another - an obligation.
A debt for which you are liable for - financial obligation.
A value that is owned.
To divide/distribute as necessary.
Ability to pay all debts.
Inability to pay all debts.
The amount by which assets exceeds liabilities.
Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time Bound
what was he famous for?
how many children did he have?
where did he live?
who did he marry?
who opened a silversmithing shop?
in which city did the colonist score an important victory?
What is the name of the person in charge of the British troops?
On which day of the weed General Howe's troops boarded his ship?
To which city did Paul Revere and his family move to?
Who did Paul write letters to?
In which bay did the american fleet arrive?
what fort did the american fleet want to capture?
Where did Paul buy a house for his family?
lacking originality; overused; commonplace
determined by personal judgment; based on impulse
to lower the spirits of
motivated only by financial gain; greedy
expressed clearly in a few words; to the point; concise
to find innocent or blameless
a tendency to think, act or behave in a certain way
great praise or applause; enthusiastic approval
to prevent or discourage from doing somethin
to stain the honor of someone or something
to increase or intensify
close; near to something
to stop; bring to an end
to intrude or trespass on; to go beyond the limits
a new custom, method, or invention; something newly introduced
differing from what is customary; odd
a perfect example of a general quality or type
to reply, especially in a quick, sharp, or witty way
unselfish concern for the welfare of others
no longer active or in use; out-of-date
following in time or order; next
good-natured; friendly and pleasant
Unity or agreement of feelings
A person who can endure pain
Brief and clearly spoken
To fail to resist
Reserved or uncommunicative
A long angry speech
Mental or physical insensitive
Beyond or above the range of normal human experience
Overused and consequently of little import
Playfully quaint or fanciful
Skilled at gaining an advantage
An inclination to believe that people are motivated
Make full use of
Marks that can not be removed
Incapable of being wrong
understood but not stated
causing harm or damage
harsh criticism or disapproval
feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment
offering nothing that is stimulating or challenging verbose
brief and to the point
___________ is the way objects move through the air.
A_____ is a structure such as a wing or propeller blade
The curve of an airfoil is the ________.
Controlled space for testing airflow over a wing is a_______ _________
The motion of air as it relates to the aircraft within it is ______ __________.
The angle between the direction of the relative wind and chord line of airfoil is the _____ ___ _______.
Up and down movement of the plane's nose is ______.
The straight line between the foremost and hindmost pointsof an airfoil viewed from the side is called the______ ________
A ______ is a rapid reduction in lifting force caused by exceeding the critical angle of attack.