Vocab-ability–177 (petr = stone, rock) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Petroleum is non-renewable.
  2. Cement was a soft powder but it petrified after mixing water.
  3. My friend studies petrology.
  4. My friend's name is Peter.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Due to increase in the rate of petroleum many people reduced their consumption
  2. The child was petrified on seeing the tiger
  3. Mr jones had an interest in studying petrology
  4. Mr peter is a gentle and kind man
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Petroleum
    Petroleum jelly can be mixed with peppermint (aka Vapor Rub) and then rubbed on the chest to help with a cold.
  2. Petrify
    Some people are petrified of home remedies.
  3. Petrology
    They may be the same kind that fear petrology and all them other sciences.
  4. Peter
    "If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, how many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick?"
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Preparation for the transition from using non-renewal energy resources such a coal, petroleum and natural gas to renewal energy resources is a herculean but necessary endeavor.
  2. Peter the baby rabbit died as a result of being petrified by the sound of thunder.
  3. The petrology classes offered by the Geology Institute were fully occupied every semester.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Petroleum.
    Saudi Arabia is one of the major exporters of petroleum in the oil industry trading their crude at about $80.00 a barrel.

  2. Petrify.
    Liza was horrifyingly petrified upon seeing a gigantic dead rat on her driveway.

  3. Petrology.
    Those who study petrology are people interested in understanding the basic and complex formation of any kinds or types of rocks.

  4. Peter.
    In the Bible, Saint Peter became the head of the church after Jesus appointed him as the leader to the universal Church.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE
1-Now and then petroleum rate increasing library.
2-Hearing his father death my friend petrify
3-Today my lecture was on petrology
4-I bought Peter England brands jeans.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. This land is rich with petroleum.
  2. The idea of making a speech in public petrified him.
  3. I want to be a mining engineer, so I ought to study petrology and engineer.
  4. I have a rendezvous with Peter at a restaurant on the harbour.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. It's a commonly believed myth that petroleum origins from dead dinosaurs.
  2. Petrified sequoia bark is one of the miracles of nature.
  3. Every now and then petrology brings us a discovery of previously unknown type of mineral.
  4. Peter is my brother's name.
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