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Animal Farm 6-10 Hon

Animal Farm 6-10 Honors

QuestionAnswer
vain ineffective; very selfish and conceited
superintendence supervision or direction
reconciled brought oneself to accept
repose rest and relaxation
malignity persistent; intense ill will
indignation righteous anger
infanticide murder of babies
procure to obtain
clutches complete set of eggs produced at one time
capitulated gave up
pervading spread throughout; all encompassing
retinue entourage or follwoers
surmounted placed above everything like a pedestal
lamentation expression of grief
precincts grounds; assumptions
complicity involvement in a wrongful act
strategem trick; deceptive movement
filial as befits a son or daughter or other family member whom you respect
insoluble impossible to be solved
incumbent part of one's duty or obligation
intimated hinted or implied
Created by: thelton