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Glass Castle 3-35


retrospective looking back on or dealing with past events
gimmick (noun) a trick or device intended to attract attention
surplus (adj) more than what is needed or used
graft a piece of living tissue that is transplanted surgically
vulgar lacking sophistication or good taste
antiseptic preventing infections
skedaddle (verb) depart or run quickly away
toxic (adj) poison
tumbleweed (noun) a plant of dry regions that breaks off near the ground in late summer
symmetry (noun) same of two forms
gibberish (noun) meaningless or unintelligible talk
immunize (verb) to make immune as by innoculation; vaccinate
embankment (noun) an area of land around water
scraggly (adj) irregular, uneven
figment (noun) something imagined
Created by: lynnv