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Witch Lesson 4 Vocab

All of The Witch of Blackbird Pond lesson 4 vocabulary words.

Giving complete attention; completely carried away by something Rapt Adjective Rap-t
1. Marked by pratical hardheaded intelligence 2. Showing clever judgement and pratical understanding Shrewd Adjective Shrood
True, real, actual Vertiable Adjective vert-t-able
Pouting, acting angry and silent Sulky Noun, Adjective suhl-k-ee
A distinctive odor that is offensively unpleasant Stench Noun sten-ch
Easily frightened; fearful; timid; cowardly Timorous Adjective tim-or-us
Having to much pride in one's looks or abilities Vanity Noun van-et-ee
To cleanse, disentangle, and collect together (as fibers) by the use of cards prepatory to spinning Carding Verb k-r-ding
Insult, outrage, or offend face to face Affront Noun, Verb uh-front
To go easy on a person; to spoil someone Indulgently ??? en-duhl-gent-lee
A wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes for the neck and hands; offenders were locked in and so exposed to public scorn Pillory ??? pihl-or-ee
Excessively flattering to the point of being offensive Fulsome Adjective fool-suh-m
Metal used to make dishes and utinsils; it is mostly tin with a little bit of other metals like lead mixed in Pewter Noun Pu-t-er
In a begging or pleading way Imploringly Adverb m-ploor-ing-lee
Well known but for negative reasons; known for having a bad reputation Notorious Adjective no-tore-ee-us
Not able to or not willing to believe Incredulous Adjective in-cr-ed-u-lus
Tiresome or uninteresting because of lack of variety Monotonous Adjective mon-oh-ton-us
1. Showing arrogance or conceit 2. Showing an exagerated sense of self importance Pompous Adjective puhm-pos
In accordance with the latest prevailing mode; fashionable, stylish Modish ??? mahd-ish
In a disorted, unnatural, or strange way Grotesquely ??? graht-es-qua-lee
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