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P2 Lit. Vocabulay

The vocabulary for part 2, Number the Stars flashcards

tentative unnoficial
reluctant hesitant or unwilling to do something
massive very large in size ; gigantic
distort to twist or pull, making something deformed
protrude to stick or jut out of
mock to make fun of or impersonate someone in an insulting way
awe shock, disbelief, or complete astonishment at something great
gnarled twisted and old
falter to make a mistake
surge a sudden spike or rise in something (like energy)
tantalize to torment someone or something with something they can't have
brusque very abruptly; without warning
taut very tight
amid in the midst of
permeated to waft of flow throughout something
bleak slim; doubted
conceal to keep something hidden
integrity how someone feels about you in a respectful, honest manner
orchestrate to put together
deprivation/deprived *the state of being deprived of something *to be without something
Created by: annajohn11