1. Appease (Verb) A. pacify or placate (someone) by acceding to their demands. B. Children are always trying to appease their parents, but some do what they want to do.
2. Reciprocal (adj) A. given, felt, or done in return B.My dad did a reciprocal job for his neighbor because he did something for my dad.
3. Tedious (adj) A. too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous. B. Because my grandpa's living room was tedious, he painted it a happier brighter color.
4. Waver (verb) A. unsure of which side to be on B. Molly was wavering between eating a cupcake or eating an apple, so she just didn't choose.
5. Adversity (noun) A. difficulties; misfortune B. People go through a lot of adversities in life, but they should always stay positive.
6. Resolution A. a firm decision to do or not to do something B. Everyone makes a New Year's resolution, but most don't keep it.
7. Conventional (noun) A. based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed. B. There are many movies that are conventional like the ones on ghosts, and some people do not believe in the story.
8. Mediate (verb) A. intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement B. I always have to mediate my brother and sisters arguments because they are to childish to solve it on their own.
9. Ensue (verb) A. happen or occur afterward or as a result. B. Darkness ensued the sky after a dark cloud of ash exploded from the volcano.