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Husiak SunVocab c1-8

Under The Blood-red Sun Vocabulary chapters 1-8

averted turn away or aside
binoculars double telescope joined as a unit for both eyes
brainwashed to weaken a person's belief so the person accepts other ideas
corrugated fold into ridges
descendants children, grandchildren and continuing generations of an original set of parents, sharing ancestors
disgrace a loss of respect; shame
fanatic a person who is carried beyond reason by feelings or belief
gesture motion of hands or body to emphasize or help express a thought or feeling
gunwale upper edge of the sides of a ship or boat
humiliation lowering of pride, dignity, or self-respect; embarrassment
hysterically in a highly emotional manner, often out of control
katana a single-edged sword that is the longer of a pair of swords worn by the Japanese Samurai
machete a broad-bladed knife used to cut down sugar cane and other vegetation in jungles
maneuvers planned movements of troops and warships
respect showing care, honor, or admiration for someone or something
sacred that which people set apart as extraordinary, inspiring a sense of awe and reverence
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