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1st Reading Vocab.

Reading vocabulary to practice.

WordPart of SpeechDefinitionSentence
Forecastle Noun The place on a ship where the crew sleeps I settled in to the forecastle before going up on deck to raise the sail.
Hoisted Verb Lifted up I hoisted Rachel over the fence without blinking an eye.
Kinship Noun A relationship or bond to or with another thing Allan had a kinship with Nancy because of their shared love of music.
Mutiny Noun An act of rebellion against authority, or the one in charge We commited mutiny against the captain, because he refused to promise not to throw us overboard.
Treacherous Adjective Hazardous, or dangerous The hike was treacherous, because jagged rocks were everywhere.
Worsteds
Desperate Verb Extremely in need (or want) of something I was desperate for food after three days without it.
Hacking Verb Cutting or whacking at something I was hacking dead branches of a tree when Mom called me in for dinner.
Created by: stevensnc