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ELA Vocabulary

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occasion a special or important event
determined the desire to do something
furious very angry
mission something you need to do
segregation the separation of people based on races, sexuality, or religion.
courageously doing something bravely
commemmoration act of remembering and respecting an important person or event in the past
reconciliation situation in which two people become friends again after a fight.
bitter jealous and upset because you feel you have been treated unfairly.
rapprochment establishment of a friendly relationship after a period of conflict.
inconsistancies situations in which two statements are different, and both cannot be true.
incredulously being unable or unwilling to believe something.
hick uneducated, a person who lives in the country, regarded as being unintelligent.
remorseful to be sorry for something you had done.
coaxed persuaded
Deceased a dead person
Armory a place where guns and other military equipment
Caravan a single line of vehicles traveling together
Inervals spaces
Imposing impressive due to size or power
Salute greet formally, often by a gesture of hands
Percise exact; following the rules or form
Peered looked carefully or intently, with some difficulty
Created by: Teana Jackman