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Skelton Creek Raven

Vocabulary from Skeleton Creek:The Raven

Remote Referring to far away place or time, distant.
Devised To create, develop.
Lamest Weak, unsatisfactory feeble
Hatchet A small ax.
Sleuthing A person who tries to solve mysteries, a detective.
Heading A direction.
Convincing To cause to believe it is worth doing or true
Approximately Estimate not exact.
Devised To create, develop.
Yawning To open the mouth to show that one is tired or bored.
Bleary Unable to see well, unclear.
Pyromaniacs A mentally ill person with a strong desire to set fires.
Glowing Showing enthusiasm
Surprisingly An unexpected event that causes a mild feeling of wonder or shock.
Meandered To move and turn slowly.
Prodigy A genious.
Peer A person who is one's equal in age,rank and ability.
Grabbing To take quickly and roughly.
Drown To drink alcohol in order to forget one's problem.
Menacingly To threaten.
Surveillance: To take awide view of an entire area.
Created by: Tammy Lynn Tammy Lynn