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Family Under Bridge

Vocabulary words for The Family Under the Bridge

QuestionAnswer
fastidiously being very particular about doing something.
trundled rolled along
urchins small children full of mischief
loitering hanging around doing nothing
mockingly make fun of
roguish dishonest; tricky; mischievous
meandered wandered in an idle or aimless way
indignantly angry about something that seems unjust
fledglings young people who have had little or no experience
gravely in a very serious manner
coax persuade in a gentle way
blithely gayly; in a carefree way
haughty having too much pride in oneself and scorn for others
tantalizing teasing by showing
straggled wandered away from the plan
reverently in a loving and respectful way
gaudy bright and showy in a cheap way
pitifully in a way for someone to feel sorry for you
sedately seriously
forlorn sad or unhappy
retorted answered in a mean way
laments crying or weeping because of sadness
ferociously fiercely, wildly, savagely
wangle to get by sly or tricky means
goggling to stare with wide eyes or bulging eyes
dilapidated falling to pieces; broken down; shabby
canvass to examine
chagrin a feeling or embarrassment or annoyance because one has failed or has been disappointed
blundered to have made a foolish mistake
scowled looked angry or mean
traipsing walking or wandering in an aimless and lazy way
rebelliously fighting or struggling against authority
enchanted delighted
industrious working hard and steadily
Created by: campfer