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The Wave vocab

Chapters 8-10 ILA

QuestionAnswer
an exclusive group of friends clique
performed with ease glibly
to frighten, discourage with threats intimidate
small, insignificant petty
to assist with a reminder, to cue prompt
to examine with great care scrutinize
to supply with new members recruit
a formal statement testifying to a particular truth or fact testimonial
a system of religious worship and ritual cult
a limit, boundary confines
causing damage or harm detrimental
a fashion in dress, behavior, or speech that lasts for a short time fad
delighted ecstatic
to teach to accept a system of thought uncritically indoctrinate
put in, instilled with ideas infused
a memorizing process using repetition without thinking rote
an involuntary trembling motion of the body tremor
Created by: pshelly