Wildcat Word Cornhole 1

Wildcat Word Cornhole 1 Bingo Card

This bingo card has a free space and 108 words: to examine two or more people or ideas in order to discover similarities and differences between them (compare), identify a difference; something that is different (contrast), to give an account of something by giving details of its characteristics (describe), to give an account of something with enough clarity and detail to be understood by somebody else (explain), not stated, but understood in what is expressed (implicit), expressing all details in a clear and obvious way, leaving no doubt as to the intended meaning (explicitz), to come to a conclusion or form an opinion about something on the basis of evidence or reasoning (infer), to hold up or provide a foundation for something (support), having more than one possible meaning or interpretation (ambiguous), to give a shortened version of something that has been said or written, stating its main points and important details (summarize), to examine something in great detail in order to understand it better or discover more about it (analyze), to consider or examine something in order to judge its value, quality, importance, extent, or condition (evaluate), to draw something up carefully and in detail (formulate), to say what is going to happen in the future, often on the basis of present indications or past experience (predict), to follow the line or development of something, especially by figuring it out from the evidence (trace), to change, correct, or reconsider something to make better (revise), to quote as an example, authority, or proof (cite), to cause someone to believe that something is true (convince), a great difference; lack of similarity or equality; inequality (disparity), to understand or interpret something in a particular way (perceive), the details surrounding a situation, or a condition that causes something to occur (circumstance), a system in which people or things are placed in a series of levels with different importance or status (hierarchy), something that comes first in order to prepare for or introduce the main part of something else (preliminary), the order in which things happen or should happen (sequence), later in time or order than something else (subsequent), situated near or close to something or each other, especially without touching (adjacent), provide explanatory or decorative pictures to accompany a printed, spoken, or electronic text (illustrate), establish or explain the meaning or significance of something (interpret), having some sensible or logical connection with something else such as a matter being discussed or investigated/not related (relevant/irrelevant), having or providing as much as is needed (sufficient), a person who argues for or supports a cause or policy (advocate), a quality, property, or characteristic of somebody or something (attribute), an unfair preference for or dislike of something (bias), to show to be just or right (justify), to estimate or judge the value (assess), to be in agreement or to communicate by letter (correspond), a standard by which something is judged (criteria), the actual meaning of a word (denotation), an idea or feeling that a word makes people think about (connotation), to reach or obtain by reasoning (derive), to move a cause, interest, or claim forward, to help make it successful (advance (an idea)), a strong reason to act or do something (motivation), most important or strongest (predominant), of great importance (significant), an idea you believe to be true and can support with evidence (claim), the response given by someone who disagrees with the claim (counterclaim), a statement, reason, or fact for or against a point of view (argument), assert the opposite of a statement (contradict), something chosen, such as a piece of text to read (selection), a traditional method or style; a standard custom (convention), to complete or bring to perfection (complement), a category (as in literature, music) of items that have similar form, style, or subject matter (genre), having a sound basis in logic or fact; reasonable/not to be trusted due to poor logic (valid/invalid), consistently good in quality or performance; able to be trusted (reliable), cause something to arise or come about; to produce (generate), to bring to mind or recall (evoke), a form of something (such as a form of art, writing, etc.) (medium/media), to lay out in order; outline (delineate), give something or make up for something in recognition of loss, injury, or work performed (compensate), logical; consistent and orderly; to stick together (coherent), hesitant, unwilling or doubtful (reluctant), the state or quality of being in disagreement, by displaying an unexpected or unacceptable difference; inconsistency (discrepancy), plain or clear to the sight or understanding (evident), moving or extending in different directions from a common point (diverge), well integrated; unified (cohesive), give special importance or prominence to (something) in speaking or writing (emphasize), generally or widely accepted, practiced, or favored (prevalent), convey (a meaning or intention) indirectly through what one says, rather than stating it explicitly; imply (implicate), first or first mentioned of two people or things (former), second or second mentioned of two people or things (latter), pertaining to or characterized by energy or effective action; vigorously active or forceful; energetic (dynamic), make partial or minor changes to (something), typically so as to improve it or to make it less extreme (modify), A previous statement from which another is inferred or follows as a conclusion; an idea or theory on which a statement or action is based (premise), taking words in their usual or most basic sense; representing the exact words (literally), the action of making something happen; what causes something to occur (causation), a meaning that is different from the basic meaning; something that is not to be interpreted literally, but that instead uses a symbol or a likeness (figurative), an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly; an indirect or passing reference (allusion), depart from an established course; to turn or wander, often by slight degrees, from what is considered the most direct or desirable approach (deviate), to point out or point to; direct attention to (indicate), total honesty and sincerity; the condition of being free from damage or defect (integrity), an earlier event or action that can be used as an example to be considered in similar circumstances (precedent), excluding or not admitting other things/ including things normally expected (exclusive/inclusive), expressing adverse or disapproving comments or judgments (critical), formal and dignified (solemn), create difficulties for (someone or something), resulting in delay or obstruction (hinder), accept or admit the existence or truth of (acknowledge), a result or effect of an action or condition (consequence), tending to cause harm (detrimental), a firm decision to do or not do something; the action of solving a problem (resolution), explaining the meaning of another's work (interpretation), written or spoken statement that precede or follow a specific word or passage, usually influencing its meaning (context), detailed evaluation; review (critique), something identical or similar in essential respects; match; counterpart (parallel), tending to use exaggerated language; effective use of language (rhetoric(al)), intended to attain or accomplish; purpose; goal; not influenced by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudice (objective), to leave out (omit), out of date; no longer used (obsolete), skilled or adavanced (proficient), say or do again or repeatedly; excessively (reiterate), unnecessary repetition in expressing ideas (redundant), to behave as if one is from a superior position, rank, or dignity (condescending), difference in size or circumstance; relation between two expressions that are not equal (inequality), not consistent or having a fixed pattern; able to change or adapt (variable), to begin; to join a secret group, typically with a ritual (initiate), the action of one object coming forcibly into contact with another; have a strong effect on someone or something (impact), to be related in a way that one part depends on the other (correlate), the action or influence of people, groups, or objects on one another (interaction) and using someone's words or ideas as if they were yours (plagiarism).

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