(appease,reciprocal, tedious, waver, adversity)
1.A. Appease (verb) - To bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm, or contentment; pacify; soothe.
1.B. Even though I didn't want to clean my room, I did it any way to appease my mom.
2.A. Reciprocal - Given, felt, or done in return.
2.B. When relationships are reciprocal, they last longer.
3.A. Tedious - Too long, slow or dull.
3.B. Because math class is tedious, I zone out sometimes.
4.A. Waver - Something that you can't do or decide.
4.B. A lot of people were wavering over Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but I think Hillary would be the bomb as president.
5.A. Adversity - Things don't go your way.
5.B. When I try to save up money, adversity seems to be my friend.
January 30- February 3 (resolution, conventional, mediate, ensue)
6.A. Resolution (noun) - A firm decision to do or not to do something.
6.B. My family had a tough decision between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but they eventually came to a resolution.
7.A. Conventional (noun) - Something that happens often.
7.B. The teachers at South Central have a lot of conventional meetings, so school gets cancelled for students pretty often.
8.A. Mediate (noun) - dispute or heated discusion
8.B. Even though Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump had a mediate conversation about abortion, they never came to a resolution.
9.A. Ensue - The effect of something that happened.
9.B. Since Donald Trump had more electoral votes than Hillary Clinton, He ensue's the responsibility of being the President of the United States.