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Number_the_Stars

Mr. Stickler's "Number the Stars" Ch. 9 - 12 vocab.

TermDefinition
Rhythmically Having a strong rhythm.
Urgency The quality or condition of being urgent; pressing importance. <b><i>"An urgent need."</i></b>
Typhus A serious infectious disease. Symptoms include: severe headache, sustained high fever, depression, delirium, and red rashes on the skin.
Pride A sense of personal value that comes from what one has - or can - do.
Unfamiliar Not known or experienced before.
Mourning Acts or feelings that express great sadness.
Staccato Abrupt, distinct notes played "crisply".
Godspeed Wishing another person success as they leave you.
Exhausted To make tired; wear out.
Surge a strong rush or sweep; sudden increase. <b><i>"A strong forward motion."</i></b>
Rummaging To search thoroughly by handling, turning over, or disarranging the contents of.
Merriment High-spirited fun and enjoyment; hilarity.
Lighthearted Not being burdened by trouble, worry, or care; happy and carefree.
Commotion A condition of turbulent motion.
Ancient Of great age; very old.
Unnecessarily Not necessary; needless.
Scampering A quick light run or movement.
Crumpled To crush together or press into wrinkles; rumple.
Created by: sticklerpjpII