ConstrictVerb: To make smaller or narrower by squeezing.
chosen by Bailey 7 LC
AggravateVerb: To make (a disease, situation or problem) worse.
chosen by Luke 8 SH
Verb: To be successful and wealthy
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Adjective: Dull and boring; lacking in flavour
chosen by Ben 7 ST
ArchaeopteryxNoun: Oldest known bird. Unlike modern birds, it had teeth, three claws on each wing and a long bony tail.
chosen by Gabriella 8 TN
QuareAdjective (Irish, dialect): Remarkable or strange.
chosen by William 8 NA
OsmoregulationNoun: The control of the levels of water and mineral salts in the blood of a living organism.
chosen by James 8 TN
RepugnantAdjective: Offensive or disgusting
chosen by Fleur 7 NE
CornucopiaNoun: A great abundance
chosen by Geoffrey 7 EV
DiscommodeVerb: To cause inconvenience or annoyance to; disturb
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Noun: The features of a person’s face.
chosen by Aaron 7 ML
Adjective: It means that you are bad tempered, argumentative and uncooperative.chosen by Hannah 7 EV
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ColossalAdjective: Very large in size
chosen by Jim 10 WH
AscensionNoun: The act of ascending.
chosen by Miss Bigsby (English Department)
AmericanisationAdjective: Term used to describe the how American culture is dominating the world, putting other cultures in danger of extinction.
chosen by Alecia 12 CA
SpelunkerNoun: A person who explores caves, chiefly as a hobby.
chosen by Leighanne 13 DN
Noun: The branch of biology that studies the forms of life that existed in former geologic periods, mainly by studying fossils.
chosen by Cathy Whiting (Business Manager)
FlamboyantAdjective: Someone who is richly coloured, resplendent and elaborate in all that they do.
chosen by Matty 13 DH
GrandioseAdjective: Impressive or magnificent in appearance or style, in a pretentious way.
chosen by Eniola 13 DH
PhantasmagoriaNoun: A sequence of real or imaginary images constantly shifting, as seen in a dream.
chosen by Larra 13 CA
Noun: The process of purifying a liquid by boiling it and condensing its vapours.
chosen by Callum 10 MH
Noun: A state of calm and peace.
chosen by Hawa 13 CA
Adjective: Capable of being handled, touched or felt.
chosen by Monique 12 PL
TransformationNoun: A marked changed, as in appearance or character, normally for the better.
chosen by Falka 11 MW