ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Match the definition to the word. 1
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medieval


to take or grab
2
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heinous


close observation of a person or group
3
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surveillance


grossly wicked, evil, or vile
4
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ceiling


pertaining or belonging to the Middle Ages
5
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forfeit


to take notice of, observe, detect
6
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perceive


the interior upper surface of a room; the maximum limit
7
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counterfeit


to accept as true or real
8
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seize


to surrender or be forced to surrender
9
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believe


to make a copy of, usually with the intent to defraud

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Answer 1
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medieval - pertaining or belonging to the Middle Ages

heinous - grossly wicked, evil, or vile

surveillance - close observation of a person or group

ceiling - the interior upper surface of a room; the maximum limit

forfeit - to surrender or be forced to surrender

perceive - to take notice of; observe; detect

counterfeit - to make a copy of, usually with the intent to defraud

seize - to take or grab

believe - to accept as true or real


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