Lesson 4

accurate -Able to give a correct reading or measurement.-Without mistakes or errors in facts.-Correctness, exactness.
approximate -Not exact, but close enough to be reasonably correct
course -The path over which something moves.-A way of acting or behaving.-A subject or set of subjects to be studies.
depart -To leave; to go away from a place.-The act of leaving.
despair -To lose hope.-A total lack of hope.
destination -The place to which something or someone is going.
deteriorate -To make or become worse.
gale -A very strong wind.-A loud outburst.
horizon -The apparent line in the distance where the sky meets the sea or land.-Going straight across from side to side.
jubilation -A feeling or expression of great joy.-Very happy.
navigate -To calculate or direct the movement of a ship or aircraft.-The science or practice of navigating.
nostalgia -A longing for a certain time in the past.-Having feelings of nostalgia.
revive -To make or become strong again.-To bring back into use or fashion.
sever -To break off.-To cut in two.

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