MP#1 Vocabulary Words Words #1-10 1. Immense – Adj. Immense – Adj. Extremely large or great The closer we drew to the bridge, the more immense it seemed. 2. Ponder – V. Ponder – V. Carefully consider The sheik pondered what Nadia had said. After a long time, he finally spoke. 3. Simultaneously – adv. Simultaneously – adv. At the same time Grinning with relief, we simultaneously clasped hands. 4. Envious – adj. Envious – adj. Jealous I pulled out one of my sandwiches. Horse, envious, complained he was getting hungry. 5. Lethargy – n. Lethargy – n. Lack of energy and enthusiasm Spring had arrived. I was puzzled by my lethargy. 6. Provoke – v. Provoke – v. Make someone angry When Phyllis finally said the sweater was hers, it provoked me. 7. Menace – n. Menace – n. Possible source of danger; threat Looking back, I knew it was a terrible menace. He stared at me for what felt like hours. 8. Pummel – v. Pummel – v. Strike repeatedly As we made our way back over the bridge, gusts of wind blown rain pummeled us. 9. Antagonistic – adj. Antagonistic – adj. Showing hostility or opposition My friends were unexpectedly antagonistic to my idea and refused to go along with it. 10. Tractable – adj. Tractable – adj. Easy to manage or control Tractable students do not disregard instruction or class work.