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Hattie Vocab

Hattie Quiz Lit.

Doughboy An American infantry man.
Adept Very skilled.
Amble Slow easy walk or gentle pace.
Bayonet A dagger like steel weapon that is attached to the muzzle of a gun.
Burgeoning To grow or develope quickly.
Comeuppance Deserved reward or just deserves usually unpleasant.
Commiserate To feel or express sympathy for.
Cross Angry and annoyed: ill humored snappish.
Dour Sullen, gloomy.
Gumption Courage, spunk; guts; common sense; shrewdness.
Haphazard Characterized by lack of order or planning by irregularly; or randomness.
Homestead a dwelling with its land and buildings; occupied by the homeowner as a home and exempted by a homestead law from seizure of sale for debt.
Magpie an incessantly talkative person, noisy chatterer.
Persnickety overparticular.
Urchin a mischievous boy.
Created by: AuroraTenut