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Hutch Tom S Voc 1

Ms. Hutchinson's Chapter One Vocabulary: Tom Sawyer

TermDefinition
spectacles eyeglasses
conscience ability to recognize right from wrong
vanity extreme pride in one's ability, possessions, or appearance.
vexed annoyed or bothered by something
sagacity using wisdom or good judgement
lapels the front part of a garment (coat) that is a continuation of the collar
diligence constant effort used to accomplish a task
roundabout not going about something in a direct manner OR a coat used for general purposes
ambuscade a trap; a surprise attack
guile trickery; deceit; duplicity; lying
bona fide performed in good faith; genuine
subtle not blatant or obvious
deduce to derive a conclusion by reasoning
diffident lacking confidence in oneself; unsure
Created by: smcauliffe