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Vocabulary

Mrs. Frisby Ch. 1-5

QuestionAnswer
rancid unpleasant odor or taste, associated with spoiled food
warily in a careful, cautious manner
tedious wearisome; boring
hypochondriac one who is depressed and anxious about one's health, often with imaginary illnesses
relentlessly harshly; in a manner showing no pity for others
vigorous strong; energetic
apt fitting; suitable; appropriate
dubiously in a doubting or uncertain manner
literally according to the strict meaning of the words
subdued quiet; not as active as usual; muted; calmed
illogical contrary to the rules of sound reasoning; unreasonable; invalid
respite a temporary period of relief or rest; short break; time out
vantage favorable position for observing/viewing
laboriously with much labor; toil; with difficultly; heavily; diligent in work
Created by: doughty.michelle