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Night Chapter 1-9

Vocab

QuestionAnswer
Proufoundly Absolutley in an unquailified way
Pestilential Likely to cause an epidemic disease
Insignificant Trivial; Unimportant
Devoid Completely lacking or emty
Blandishments Coaxing by flattery
Notorious Known widely and unfavorably; infamous
Constraint Restrictions
Convalescent Returning to health after an illness
Monocle An eyeglass for one eye
Emigration Leaving one area to settle in another
Surname Family name
Provisions Necessary supplies such as food
Hermetically Sealed against the entry or escape of air
Anecdotes Short humorous stories
Encumbered Hindered; Restricted
Lucidity Clear understanding
Deportees People who were expelled from a country
Melancholy Sadness; Depression
Treatise Written discussion of a topic
Convoy group of vehicles travelling together
Frenzy violent mental agitation or wild excitement
Torment To cause physical pain or mental anguish
Thrash Beat; Hit
Latter second of two
Raucous boisterous an disorderly
Sabotage Treacherous action to defeat a cause
Lamentation Grief; mourning
Void Emptiness
Emaciated made thin due to starvation
Elapsed passed
Feeble Lacking Strength, weak
Evacuation withdrawing troops or civilians
Relentlessly steadily; persistently
Apathy Lack of feeling or emotion
Plaintive express sorrow
Vitality vigor; energy
Contagion Harmful influence
Livid Ashen; Pallid
Deprive To take something away from
Recesses Remote, secret places
Tether Limit of one's resources or endurace
Bereaved Left alone by death
Dregs The least desireable portion
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