Chicken-hips", "Pulling together", "Song of my condo"

 

THING OR "DOER"

ABSTRACT NOUN

VERB

ADJECTIVE

ADVERB

document

documentary

Documentation

Document

(un)documented

 

 

body

Body

embodiment

(dis)embody

bodily

(dis)embodied

Bodily

 

 

Awareness

wariness

beware!

to beware

to be aware

to be wary

aware

wary

Warily

 

 

Approval

Approve

(un)approved

(dis)approving

(dis)approvingly

impression

Impression

Impress

(un)impressive

impressionable

(un)impressed

(un)impressively

pronouncement

Pronunciation

Pronounce

(un)pronounceable

pronounced

pronouncedly

flatterer

Flattery

Flatter

(un)flattered

(un)flattering

(un)flatteringly

stressor

Stress

Stress

(un)stressed

(un)stressful

stressed out

(un)stressfully

heart

Heart

heartiness

take heart

(dis)heartened

(dis)heartening

hearty

heartful

heartfelt

Heartily

heartfully

semblance

Seemliness

Seem

Seeming

(un)seemly

Seemingly

 

 

Denial

Deny

Undeniable

(un)denied

Undeniably

admirer

Admiration

Admire

Admirable

Admired

Admiring

Admirably

admiringly

beneficiary

Benefit

Benefit

Beneficial

Beneficially

 

 

Dread

Dread

Dreaded

Dreadful

Dreadfully

lover

Love

Love

Beloved

Loving

Lovingly

 

 

Bewilderment

Bewilder

Bewildered

Bewildering

Bewilderingly

 

 

Dismay

Dismay

(un)dismayed

dismaying

Dismayedly

dismayingly

lure

allure, lure

Lure

Alluring

Alluringly

belonging(s)

Belonging

Belong

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intention

Intend

(un)intended

(un)intentional

(un)intentionally

successor

Success

succession

Succeed

(un)successful

successive

(un)successfully

successively

 

 

(just) deserts

Deserve

Deserved

Deserving

Deservedly

deservingly?

 

 

Bereavement

to be bereaved

Bereft

Bereaved

 

 

 

 

Decision

(un)decideability

Decide

Undecided

(un)decidedly

purchaser

purchase

purchasing

Purchase

(un)purchased

purchasing?

 

 

 

Complete the two-part verbs and invent an example sentence for each.

TO DESPERATELY DESIRE = TO LONG…FOR: She longed for the touch of his hand.

TO BE INFERIOR TO… = TO FALL…SHORT OF: The results fell far short of her expectations.

(FOR A SUPPLY) TO BE EXHAUSTED = TO RUN…OUT OF: She ran out of patience. Her patience ran out.

TO GAIN WEIGHT = TO FATTEN…UP: For three months, the cannibals diligently fattened up the anthropologist. After a while, he fattened up nicely.

TO COOPERATE = TO PULL…TOGETHER: "We can make a big pile of bucks if we all pull together as a team." (Heard in a junior high school cafeteria.)

TO BE MUTUALLY BINDING = (FOR SOMETHING TO) GO…

TO CONTRIBUTE ONE'S TIME AND EFFORT = TO PITCH…IN: Let's all pitch in to make our photography club reputable again.

TO BE RAISED (IN A PLACE) = TO BE BROUGHT…UP: I was brought up in Peaknuckles, Nebraska. I was brought up on ranching and head-hunting. I was brought up trapping and eating possums. I was brought up to take care of myself in the woods.

TO LIVE AND EXPERIENCE = TO GO…THROUGH: You don't know what I went through after she left me with all of those trophies to finish cleaning, stuffing, and varnishing all by myself. You just don't know what I've been through.

TO WORRY INTENSELY ABOUT SOMETHING = TO AGONIZE…OVER: Instead of agonizing over every little detail of her grooming for tonight's party, she should give at least a thought to other important things, like cleaning up the dissection table when she's finished.