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Charlotte Doyle

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TermDefinition
delegate to entrust to another
gentlemen a man of good birth & position
frock a woman's coat or dress
merchant a person who carries on trade
oblige to force
chaperone to watch
loathe to dislike greety
brawny having large strong mucsles
salutation ane xpression of greeting and googwill
murmur a complaint
civilized to raise out of a state
brandish to wave in a threatened manner
congenial agreeable, suitable, or pleasing in nature or character
decorum dignified propeirity of behavior, speech, dress, ect.
docile easily managed or handeled; tractable.
quell to suppress;put an end to;extuinguish
reprieve to releive temporairly froma any evil
slanderous defamation;calumnation
transpire to occur;happen;take place
vigilant ever awake and alert sleeplessly
ardent burning,fiery, or hot
somber extremely serious;grave
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