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Christmas Vocab

Vocaburalywords for the book a Christmas Carol

Marked by a too eager desire, especially for another' possesion covetous
outward manner or behavior demeanor
very gloomy and depressing dismal
to work for a particular goal or work endeavor
to call upon with a humble request implore
the quality or state of being improper; improper act or remark impropriety
full or expressing good humor jovial
unwilling to do something loath
being or showing a sign of evil or misfortune to come ominous
to show devotion and honor to revere
greedy jealous sym covetous
behavior sym demeanor
gloomy sym dismal
attempt sym endeavor
appeal sym implore
incorrectness sym impropriety
merry sym jovial
disinclined sym loath
threatening sym ominous
adore sym revere
generous antoynm covetous
cheerful antonym dismal
proper antonym impropiety
sad/gloomy antonym jovial
willing, ready antonym loath
favorable antonym ominous
scorn, mock antonym revere
Created by: Cherry341