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Peter Pan Vocab Ch 6

Peter Pan Vocabulary found in chapters 6-10 of the story

TermDefinition
Accustomed (adjective) cause to become used to something
arrogant (adjective) having an overbearing sense of importance; to think you are better than everyone else
Bitter (noun, verb, adjective, adverb) to feel angry and resentful or upset
coincidence (noun) the occurrence of events that happen at the same time by accident
cured (verb) the act of making someone healthy again after an illness; something that ends a problem or a bad situation
Despise (verb) strongly dislike because one considers as not important or of no value
Greedy (adjective) wanting more than your share of something
Muffled (adjective, verb) made less loud or less clear; deadening the sound
Sinister (adjective) threatening trouble; evil; mysterious; dangerous
Urging (verb) the act of earnestly supporting or encouraging
Created by: cgonzales64