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One type of context clue uses one or more synonyms to restate the meaning of the unfamiliar word.
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User: One type of context clue uses one or more synonyms to restate the meaning of the unfamiliar word.

Weegy: There are two types of context clues the writer gives to give hints about the meaning of an unfamiliar word. [ They are context synonyms and context antonyms. ]
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One type of context clue uses one or more synonyms to restate the meaning of the unfamiliar word. TRUE.
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If the equation of a circle is (x - 2)2 + (y - 6)2 = 4, the center is point (2, 6). This is true.
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The slope of the line containing the points (-5, 3) and (-2, 1) is - 2/3
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