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TLT 1-5

The Lightning Thief Ch. 1-5 Vocab.

QuestionAnswer
kleptomaniac someone who steals things
scythe long, curving blade
dyslexia reading disorder
ADD Attention Deficit Disorder
ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
frieze part of the architecture on a wall
pulverize to reduce to dust
immortal everlasting; never going to die
vaporized turned into a gas
hallucination seeing something that is not really there
solstice when day and nith equal 12 hours
reeked smells bad
lumber move slowly
goading teasing
holographic seeing an image that is not really there
disintegrate break into small pieces
hovered hung above or over
recoiled jumped back
glint shine brightly
incinerate burn to ashes
pursue follow or chase after
sullen sulking; silent resentment
marred to damage or scar
skeptically not really believing
hilt handle of a sword
burly large, strong
maiming severely injured limb
bewildered confused
cowered to shy away in fear
obscure block from sight
propaganda deliberate spreading of information
Created by: jhhester