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Witch Lesson 6 Vocab

All vocab. words from The Witch of Blackbird Pond lesson 6

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Quaker also known as the Society of Friends. A religious group who actively worked to help the slaves.
allotted to give out or assign as a share or portion
consternation fear resulting from the awareness of danger
decorum proper action, speech and dress; good manners and behavior
diligently working with steady and careful effort
dismayed lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
ingenious showing inventiveness and unique skill
malicious wishing or appearing to wish evil to others; arising from intense ill or hatred
priggish exaggeratedly proper
raiment clothing in general; vesture; garments
rapturously a strong feeling of joy, delight, or love
ravenous 1. extremely hungry "a ravenous boy" 2. devouring or craving food in great quantities "ravenous as wolves" 3.very hungry. 4. eager for whatever satisfies one's needs or wants
sanctioned give authority or permission to
sparsely not alot of; thinly distributed
stint 1. an unbroken period of time during which you do somehing 2. supply sparingly, with a meager allowance
thatched a roof covering made from straw or reeds
topaz a mineral that occurs in crystals of various colors and is used as a gemstone
tracts an extended area of land
unorthodox not following established ways of thinking
vegeance the act of getting even for a wrong or injury; punishment in return for harm done; revenge
Created by: Liv_K_Green