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Hatchet Vocabu


banked to tip an airplane (verb)
wincing to draw back the body from pain (verb)
altitude the height of something above a planet (noun)
tundra one of the vast, treeless plains of the arctic regions (noun)
turbulance the quality or state of being turbulent;violent disorder or commotion (noun)
transmissions the act or process of transmitting (noun)
lashed a swift stroke or blow (verb)
cowling to cover with (verb) (a cowl is a hooded monk's robe)
impact the striking of one thing against another; forceful contact; collision (noun)
visualize to recall or form mental images or pictures. (verb)
wallow to roll about or lie in water (verb)
massively large and heavy-looking (adj.)
hordes a large group (noun)
wrenching to twist, turn, or move suddenly aside (verb)
grazed to feed on growing grass as do cattle (verb)
naturalist a person who studies or is an expert in natural history (noun)
abated to reduce in amount...lessen (verb)
remnants a fragment or scrap (noun)
hammocks a hanging bed or couch made of canvas (noun)
welted a ridge on the surface of the body (noun)
receded to go or move away (verb)
rivulets a small stream or brook (noun)
seepage the process of seeping;leakage (verb)
gingerly with great care or caution (adverb)
haunches part of the body about the hip (noun)
flammable easily set on fire (adjective)
flue a passage for smoke in a chimney (noun)
registered to enter or show (verb)
depression sadness;gloom dejection (noun)
eddied to move like a whirlpool (verb)
tendrils a threadlike, leafless organ of climbing plants, often growing in spiral form, which attaches itself to or twines round some other body, so as to support the plant
smoldered to burn without flame (verb)
dormant lying asleep;inactive (adjective)
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