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FarewellToManzanar1

Vocab list 1

TermDefinition
Internment Being forced to stay in a place
Issue Matter or point of discussion
Dredge to bring up
impact forceful effect
naturalization admitted to citizenship
emigration resettling in another country
Issei First generation; born in Japan
vigil watching
precuations care taken beforehand
marooned left in a helpless position
chaos great confusion or disorder
idealist person who wants things to be perfect
collaborator someone who works with the enemy
assimilate become like others in custom
metamorphosis change in form or structure
premonitions warnings of what is to come
benevolent kindly, charitable
guileless honest; straightforward
intanglible Tangible (antonym) not able to be seen or touched
obstinacy stubborness
Created by: jillianlasker