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LWW Ch 5-8

LWW

TermDefinition
logic the study of reasoning
snigger to partly laugh, snicker
inclined a tendency to act in a certain way
disposal available to use at any time, to get rid of
camphor substance used as a medicine or insect repellant
charred burned
fraternizing to associates with others in a friendly
larder a place or room where food, as meat, is stored
betray to be unfaithful
festoons a garland hung in a loop between two points
decoy a means to trap or lure into danger
prophecy a divine forewarning, a prediction
stratagem a military maneuver to deceive the enemy, a deception
treacherous disloyal, dangerous, undependable
beckoned a gesture with the hand, arm, or head to encourage someone to come nearer or follow
premises a tract of land including its buildings
Created by: erfy97