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You’ve been Sentenced! Brain-Busters Word of the Week: GELID

May 2, 2012

GELID

According to the folks at Merriam Webster here’s the definition of GELID:

1. : extremely cold : icy <gelid water> <a man of gelid reserve — New Yorker>
Examples of the use of GELID:
  1. <the Titanic passengers could not long survive the gelidwaters of the North Atlantic>
  2. <the judge listened with the gelid detachment of someone who had heard it all before>
The word GELID (and so much more) can be found in the You’ve been Sentenced! word game Brain-Busters add-on deck. Can your students use this word in a sentence?

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