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Ghost Cadet 3/4

Vocab for Ghost Cadet Ch. 3 & 4

Perched sat rather high
theatrics suggesting a theater or acting; for display or effect
promptly in a ready and willing way; on time; quickly
inspire fill with a thought or feeling; influence
justification good reason or excuse
appalling causing horror; dismay; terrifying
scornfully showing contempt; mockingly
cascading fall or flow in a cascade
abruptly showing sudden change; unexpectedly
veered changed in direction; shifted; turned
distinctly easily seen, heard, or understood
uncanning strange and mysterious; weird
consolation comfort
briskly quickly and actively; lively
indignantly angrily at something unworthy, unjust or mean
anticipation looking forward to
vaulted jump or leap over by using the hands or a pole
culvert a small channel or drain for water crossing under a road
antagonist adversary; opponent
aristocratic belonging to the upper classes; considered superior because of birth, intelligence, culture or wealth
Created by: slheard