Vocab Week #4

Ashley Buter

Vital

Adjective

of or related to life

shelter, water, food, blood, heartbeat

Profound

Adjective

having deep insight or understanding

learned, clever, wise, intelligent, scholarly

Cultivation

Noun

the art of cultivating

garden, field, farm, acres

Provision

Noun

the providing or supplying of something, especially of food or other necessities

want, need, must have

Aspiring

Verb

be eagerly desirous, especially for something great or of high value

dream for, hope for, long for, yearn for, desire

Cordoned

Noun

enclosing or guarding an area

separated off, closed of, shut off, fenced off, sealed off, quarantined, isolated

Allegedly

Adverb

used to convey that something is claimed to be the case or have taken place, although there is no proof

reportedly, supposedly, reputedly, purportedly, ostensibly

Lieu

Noun

place; stead

place, stead, house, home

Paragraph

The Smith family are in the cultivation business. One day at their lieu Ana allegedly told her mother that James had cordoned their most vital crop. Pronouncedly Mary Smith went to talk to her son James. Aspiringly she found that James was fencing of the crop because the deer were trying to get to their number one provision.