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Lord of the flies 6

Chapter 6 vocab. for lord of the flies

Peaked being pale and wan or emaciated : SICKLY
Oblong deviating from a square, circle, or sphirical from by elongation in one dimention
Flailing to thresh
interminable having or seeming to have no end; especially: wearisomely protracted
Tremulously characterized by or affected with trembling or tremors
Pricking to affect with anguish, grief, or remorse
Yearning a tender or urgent longing
Embroiled To involve in conflict or difficulties
Exasperation The state of being excited due to anger : ENRAGE
Incredulity The state of being unwilling to admit or accept what is offered as true
Diffidently reservedly, unassertively
Constrainedly to force or produce in an unnatural or strained manner
Chasms a deep cleft in the surface of a planet (as the earth) : GORGE
Leviathan something large or formidable
Somberly of a dismal or depressing character : MELANCHOLY
Obscuring to conceal or hide by or as if by covering
Created by: erkolterman