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(CK) Tuck Voc 20-Epi

(CK) Tuck Everlasting Vocabulary Ch 20 - Epilogue

WordDefinitionSentence
entranced spellbound; hypnotized It was as if he were _____ and-yes, envious, like a starving man looking through the window at a banquet.
insistent determined; unrelenting But there were new threads now, tugging and _____, which tied her just as firmly to the Tucks.
obliging good-natured; helpful The next _____ roll of thunder saw the window frame wedged once more into place.
parched dried out; dehydrated; withered It looked dried out today, _____. "It's thirsty," Winnie said to herself.
unwittingly unknowingly; unintentionally Winnie dared not sleep in the jail cell, for fear she would kick off the blanket and give herself away _____.
profoundly strongly; deeply Mae had not been found, and Winnie was _____ grateful for that.
accomplice partner; associate It was a crime. What Winnie had done was a crime, and she was an _____.
staunchly supportively; loyally Winnie's family understood, and afterward they drew together _____ around Winnie and supported her.
revulsion distaste; strong dislike A feeling of _____ swept through Winnie after picking up the toad, and she wiped her hand again and again on her skirt.
constricted cramped; tight; compressed Winnie had wanted to cough, and she passed a long hour trying to swallow away the tickle that _____ her throat.
Created by: lindajune