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IndianITC Ch 10-12

bandolier a shoulder-belt with loops or pockets for cartridges
retorted to reply , especially in a sharp, angry manner
hastily in a hurried manner
dicey unpredictable and potentially dangerous
mulish stubborn
apprehension anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen
fiendish extremely cruel or unpleasant
haughtily in a proud or boastful manner
steathily marked by or acted with caution and secrecy
fleeting lasting for a very short time
apparatus the equipment needed for a particular activity or purpose
alcove a recess in the wall of a room or garden
raucous loud or disorderly
taunting provoke or challenge someone with insulting remarks
loomed about to happen
hysterics uncontrollable laughter
scowling frown in an angry or bad tempered way
headmaster the man in charge of a school, a principal
grimacing a facial expression, usually of disgust, disapproval, or pain
partition something that divides
Created by: erfy97