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The Secret Life of Bees 2

exorcism prayer to drive out evil spirits
ponder to think over carefully
unruffled calm
delinquent a person who has broken the law
presumptuous excessively forward
conjure to call or bring to mind; evoke; to influence as if by magic
marvel to be filled with wonder or astonishment
strew to spread here and there; to scatter; to disperse
mote a very small particle; speck
parsonage official residence provided by the church for a minister
recoil to shrink back in fear or repulsion
brazen marked by flagrant and insolent audacity
beseech to request urgently or earnestly; implore
pious exhibiting religious reverence; devout
levee an embankment built to prevent water from overflowing
meander to follow a winding or turning course; to wander aimlessly
intrusion an inappropriate or unwelcome addition
eclectic combining elements from a variety of sources
remnant something left opver; a remainder
despicable deserving of contempt or scorn; vile
Created by: tsteen