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Vocab. Test

Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry/ 6th grade

Outwit To best or defeat by cleverness or cunning; outsmart
Tormentor A source of harassment or pain
Corduroy A durable ribbed fabric, usu. made of cotton
Tantrum A fit of bad temper
Trudge to walk in a laborious, heavy-footed way; plod with great effect
Dense Thick. Stupid.
Loitering To stand idly about; linger aimlessly
Flirting To deal triflingly with: flirting with danger
Raucous rough-sounding; harsh
Meticulously Extremely or excessively careful and precise
Vension deer meat
Lynched Killed by a mob
Exasperation Anger or Annoyance
Admonish To urge especially as a warning
Temerity Audacity; nerve; boldness
Resiliency Marked by the ability to recover readily, as from misfortune
Stealth The act of proceeding, or acting in a convert way.
Knell To ring slowly and solemnly esp. for a funeral ; toll
Ornate Decorated
Imperiously arrogantly domineering or overbearing
Concesession The actor imitating something is true
Pensive Deeply, often wistfully or dreamily thoughtful
Created by: VickieJ10