1. barometer - measures the air pressure around us. 2. anemometer - measures how fast the air is moving around us. 3. rain guage - measures how much rain we got during a rainstorm. 4.thermometer - measures the temperature of the air around us. 5. weather vane - tells us from which direction the wind is coming from. 6. ruler - measures the depth of the snow after a snowstorm.
1. memorable - interesting and worth remembering. "The vacation was very memorable, The girl will never forget it." 2. horrified - shocked and scared. "He was horrified when he accidentally dropped his plate of food." 3. outcast - a person who has been rejected by a group. "The lonely girl felt like an outcast in her new town. She did not know anyone." 4. shortage - a lack of something that is needed. "There are long lines for gas because of the gas shortage." 5. seafaring - traveling by or working at sea. "Both of Jen's parents are sailors. Her seafaring childhood was exciting." 6. tidal - having to do with the ocean and its tides. "An earthquake in the ocean caused a great tidal wave." 7. foaming - bubbling up on top of the water. "Foaming waves crashed against the sea wall, spraying mist into the air." 8. condition - the way someone or something is. "Abe has a fever. In his condition, he should be resting." 9. betrayed - hurt by someone or something that had once been loyal or useful. "If someone betrayed you, he or she let you down." 10. yearning - a feeling of wanting something very badly. "After traveling for months, Daniel felt a yearning to be home."
1. access - a way to acquire something. "If you need to go online, go to a place with Internet access." 2. remote - far away. "Sometimes, the easiest way to get to a remote village is by boat." 3. isolated - separate from other places or people. "An island that is isolated lies far from any other land." 4. impassable - impossible to travel across. "Sand covered the road, making it impassible, or blocked." 5. obtain - to get something using effort. "Hospitals obtain, or get, blood from people who donate it." 6. extremes - things that are as different from each other as possible. "A zebra's colors show extremes. Its black and white stripes are opposites." 7. virtual - occurring on a computer rather than in real life. "A virtual library is online or on a computer, not in a physical location." 8. avid - eager; excited. "Nathan likes baseball, but he is also an avid reader. He loves books." 9. devour - to thoroughly enjoy something. "Some people love to read so much that they devour books." 10. preserve - to maintain and keep safe. "Sometimes people dress up to preserve, or remember, their culture's history."