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MILKWEED Vocab. 16-2

MILKWEED Chapter 16-23 Vocabulary

carcass The body of a dead animal
careened To zigzag back and forth; run into people.
complicated Difficult to analyze or understand.
corpse The dead body of a human being.
erupting Erupt or intensify suddenly.
filthy Disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter.
finch People that tell Jackboots where Jews are hiding.
identity The distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity.
impressive remarkable, memorable, outstanding
invisibility The quality of not being perceivable by the eye.
lounged To recline comfortably and casually, loll.
morsel A small amount especially of something good to eat.
pestered bothersome, annoying
pharmacist A person who prepares and dispenses medicines according to a doctor's orders.
prescription A medical doctor's written order for medicine.
rubble Rough, broken bricks of stone from buildings that have been destroyed.
shalom Means peace or good-bye in the Hebrew language.
typhus A serious disease whose germ is carried to man by fleas or lice. It causes fever and red spots on the skin.
writhing Twisting or struggling as in pain.
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