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the giver

vocab

QuestionAnswer
palpable adjective/ able to be touched or felt
disraught adjective/ deeply upset and agitated
disposition noun/ the predominant or prevailing tendency of one's spirits; natural mental and emotional outlook or mood; characteristic attitude
transgression noun/ an act of transgressing; violation of a law, command
fret verb/ to feel or express worry, annoyance, discontent, or the like
chastisement noun/ severe criticism; a rebuke or strong reprimand
petulantly adjective/ moved to or showing sudden, impatient irritation, especially over some trifling annoyance:
droning verb/ to make a dull, continued, low, monotonous sound; hum; buzz
tunic noun/ a gown like outer garment, with or without sleeves and sometimes belted, worn by the ancient Greeks and Romans
tabulated verb/ to put or arrange in a tabular, systematic, or condensed form
chortled verb/ to chuckle gleefully
disquieting adjective/ causing anxiety or uneasiness; disturbing
Created by: leymcc44