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Vocabulary 2 (6-19)

Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH

deliberately done with full consciousness of the effects, intentional
expedition a journey undertaken with a definite objective
sonorous having or producing sound
inevitably impossible to avoid or prevent
deference submission or courteous respect given to another
prowl stealthily as in search of prey
adjourned to suspend until a later time
corridor a narrow hallway or passageway, often with rooms opening onto it
laboriously marked by or requiring hard or tedious work
irrelevantly unrelated to the matter at hand
converged to tend or move to a point
futile having no useful result, ineffectual
neurologist the study of diseases and disorders of the nervous system
partition something that divides or separates
submitted to yield or surrender to the wall or authority of another
unerringly with error not going astray
plaintive expressing sorrow, mournful or melancholy
consternation great agitation, annoying
dismay to cause to lose enthusiasm or resolution, disillusion
confer to bestow
Created by: brookejade