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Wonder pg.1-63 vocab

Wonder pages 1-63 vocabulary

TermDefinition
Petrified To make (someone) very afraid.
Palate Roof of your mouth.
Anomalies Unusual or unexpected.
Admissions Permission to enter a place.
Hindsight The knowledge or understanding you have about an event only after it has happened.
Accusing To blame.
Diva Usually glamorous and successful female performer.
Pocketbook A folding case for money.
Tunic A loose piece of clothing,usually without sleeves that reaches around the knees and was typically worn by men and women of ancient Greece and Rome.
Apprentice A person who learns a job or skill by working for a fixed period of time for someone who is very good at that job or skill.
Deformed Not having an expected shape, especially because of a problem in the way something has developed or grown.
Precept A rule or principal that says how people should behave.
Alignment The proper positioning of parts in relation to each other.
Prehistoric Existing time before people could write.
Dachshund A small type of dog that has a long body, very short legs, and long ears.
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