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Reading Vocab

reading street words

Slung to throw or cast
rowdy rough or disorderly
romping to play rough
lunge to mover suddenly forward or thrust
nub lump or small piece
speckled marked with many small spots
survive to continue to exist or to remain
subscribe to give your approval or to agree
incident something that happens or an event
flimsy easily torn or broken; not strongly made; thin
fixtures a piece of equipment or furniture
apparently seemingly or with the appearance of
plea request or appeal, asking or wishing
persist to keep on going or to refuse to stop
mongrel animal or plant that is a mixed breed, especially a dog. also called a mutt
menacing threatening
groping to feel about with the hands or to search
destination a place to which someone or something is going (or being sent)
corridor a long hallway
Created by: estankaitis6