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Kasey Sanford

Vocabulary Words: Unit 7

QuestionAnswer
character* idividuality
setting* the act a person or thing that sets
theme* a short, informal essay
plot* a small peice of area or ground
conflict* a fight, battle, of struggle
avalanche* large falling mass
gully* a small valley worn away by water; ditch
terrain* a piece of area or ground with military potential
backcountry* rural area
glacier* mountian of ice, snow
ravine* narrow, steep-sided valley eroded by water
snowpack* the accumulation of winter snowfall
trauma* a body wound caused by an accident
hypothermia* subnormal body temp.
dilapidated* fallen into ruin or decay from age
evoke* to call upon or pruduce
hobble* to walk lamely; limp
misery* stingy
preposterous* utterly foolish
squalid* miserable
Created by: soaringeagles