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Anne Frank Vocab

emigrated (v.)to leave a country or region to live somewhere else
portly (adj.) Fat
conspicuous (adj.) easy to notice; obvious
mercurial (adj.) characterized by rapid and unpredictable change of mood
loathe (v.) to hate; to dislike something or someone greatly
vile (adj.)disgusting; hateful; unpleasant
indignantly (adv.) angrily aroused by something mean, unjust, or unworthy
intolerable (adj.) unable to be endured
irony (n.) the expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect
wallow (v.) indulge in an unrestrained way in (something that creates a pleasurable sensation).
zeal (n.) great enthusiasm; a devotion to a cause, an ideal, or a goal
oppression (n.) the act of keeping someone down through harsh and unjust use of power; the feeling of being heavily weighted down, either physically or mentally
latkes (n.) potato pancakes
jubilation (n.) rejoicing, a celebration or expression of joy
ostentatiously (adv.) with great show or exaggeration
apalled (adj.) horrified; shocked
stealthily (adv.) characterized by stealth; secretly, furtively, or sneakily
pandemonium (n.) wild confusion and noise; an uproar
remorse (n.) a bitter regret or guilt after having done wrong
concentration camp (n.) a prison camp in which political dissidents, members of minority ethnic groups, ect; are confined or held by government order
genocide (n.) the extermination of a cultural or racial group
Gestapo (n.) an official organization of secret police in Nazi Germany; Known for its ruthless methods and determination
Hanukkah (n.) a yearly festival commemorating the rededication of the temple in Jerusalem after a victory of the Jews over the Syrians in 165 BC
pogrom (n.) an organized persecution and massacre, often officially prompted, of a minority, especially of Jews
ration (n.) a fixed portion, share or allowance of food or provisions
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