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Vocab. 6-17

Number the Stars Vocab. Chapters 6-17

QuestionAnswer
not definite; uncertain tentative
unwilling to do something reluctant
to pull or twist out of shape distort
huge; gigantic massive
a powerful feeling mixed with both fear and wonder awe
to make fun of mock
to stick out of protrude
knobby; rough and twist especially due to old age gnarled
a sudden burst or rush of something surge
to trip or stumble falter
to tease or tempt tantalize
to be discribed as pulled very tightly taut
abrupt in manner brusque
try to hide conceal
appering to have an unfavorable outcome bleak
surrounded by; in the middle of amid
to spread throughout; like in an airfreshiner fills the room permeated
the quality of being an honest, moral' ethical person/ dignified, selfrespected integrity
the lack or loss of deprivation
to be without deprived
to plan, arrange, organize, or coordinate orchestrate
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