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Fracture

Means:
To crack or break.

Example:
His leg was fractured when he was hit by the car.

Techniques

Means:
The way to do something; Skills or Abilities.

Example:
There are many different techniques for learning to tie your shoes.

Antiques
Means:
Old collectible high–value items (such as artwork).

Example:
We sold my grandmother's antique rocking chair for $1,000!

Methods
Means:
The procedure for doing something.

Example:
The proper method to use the restroom at Chase is to fill out your planner and take it with you.

Resources
Means:
Stock, Materials, or supplies.

Example:
My teacher provides lots of the resources we need like pencils, paper, and staples.

Doubtful
Means:
To feel uncertain about something.

Example:
He told me to jump but I was feeling doubtful as I looked over the edge of the cliff.

Confident
Means:
Feeling or showing faith in yourself.

Example:
The football team ran on to the field looking confident that they would win.

Enthusiastic
Means:
Showing intense enjoyment, excitement, or interest.

Example:
I can't wait for the new Xbox game to come out! I am very enthusiastic about video games.

Calamity
Means:
An event causing great and often sudden damage or panic.

Example:
The shooting in my neighborhood caused a calamity. My parents were freaking out.

Disaster
Means:
A sudden event or accident that causes great damage or loss of life.

Example:
The earthquake that killed several thousand people in California was the worst disaster in years.

Innovation
Means:
Inventing something new or having a new idea.

Example:
The newest innovation in cell phones is a material that allows you to bend and twist the screen.

Image
Means:
A picture or visual representation of something.

Example:
I had an image in my mind of what my teachers would look like on the first day – but it didn't match up.

Imagine

Means:
To form a picture in your mind.

Example:
I had to imagine what it would be like to live alone in the Arctic to really understand the story.

Relentless

Means:
Constant or never giving up.

Example:
The waves wash up on the beach relentlessly.