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Study the word list: The ending ious

All these adjectives end in ious.

amphibious Frogs, toads and many lizards are amphibious.
curious I was curious to see how many people turned up.
delirious Julie was delirious about her new job.
devious She was a very devious person.
harmonious The classroom had a harmonious feeling. *
impervious Impervious means waterproof. *
obvious There was an obvious attraction between the couple.
precarious He was in a precarious position on the edge of the cliff. *
previous I've met her on two previous occasions.
rebellious The child had a rebellious nature. *
serious The judge said it was a very serious crime.
various There were various amusements at the carnival.
victorious The victorious team celebrated in style.

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