Word Set 8

81apparenteasy to see or clearly understand
82badlyvery seriously; in a way that is of low quality or in an unpleasant way
83boundarysomething (such as a river, a fence, or an imaginary line) that shows where an area ends and another area begins
84constantlyhappening a lot or all the time
85currencythe money system that a country uses
86databaseinformation stored in a computer in an organized structure so that it can be searched in different ways
87essaya short piece of writing about a particular subject, especially one written by a student
88everydayused or seen every day : suitable for every day
89expansionwhen something increases in size or amount
810heighta measurement of how tall a person or thing is; the distance from the bottom to the top of a person or thing
811initiallyat the beginning
812muscleone of many pieces of tissue in the body that are connected to bones and which produce movement by becoming longer or shorter
813naturallyas you would expect; something that happens because of nature
814rarelynot often
815ratiothe quantitative relationship in size, etc.
816scareto frighten a person or animal
817screamto make a loud, high noise with your voice, or to shout something in a loud, high voice because you are afraid, hurt, or angry
818streama natural flow of water that is smaller than a river
819territoryland that is owned or controlled by a particular country
820westernlocated in or toward the west