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Anne Frank play

LA vocab

QuestionAnswer
ack-ack "antiaircraft gunfire" -slang
air raids allied aircraft conducted air-raids or bombing attacks on ground targets
animation liveliness
appalled horrified; shocked
BBC British Broadcasting Coropation
black market place or system for buying and selling goods illegally without ration stamps
canal artificial waterway
carillion set of bells each with a different tone
Churchill (Winston) British prime minister during WW2
conspicuous obvious; noticeable
deported forcibly sent away
disgruntled displeased; annoyed
forlorn abandoned and lonely
General Eisenhower commander of the allied forces in western Europe. Later prez of U.S.
Gepasto Nazi secret police
gingerly carefully; cautiously
guilders dutch money
Hannukkah joyous eight day jewish holiday
inarticulate unable to speak
indignantly with anger caused by something felt to be unjust
the invasion
latkes potato pancakes, a traditional Hanukkah food
loathe hate
Mozel tov yiddish expression meaning "congratulations"
menorah "candle holder" with nine candles
mercurial changeable
Orthodox orthodox jews strictly observe Jewish traditions
osentatiously in a showy or exaggerated way
ration books books of stamps or coupons
remorse deep feeling of guilt
tyranny cruel and unjust rule or use of power
unabashed unembarrassed; unashamed
yellow stars a yellow star of David on clothes
zeal enthusiasm; devotion to a cause
fortify strengthen
Created by: 17hugher