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Disgrace To cause someone to feel ashamed.
Muttered To speak quietly so that it is difficult for other people to hear what you say.
Cowlick A small bunch of hair on a person's head that sticks up above the hair around it.
Reckless Not showing proper concern about the possible about the bad results of your actions.
Bawl To cry very loudly.
Quivering To shake because of fear, nerves, or coldness.
Unfathomable Impossible to understand.
Rarities A person or things that is not common or usual.
Savvy Understanding or knowledge of something.
Roguishly Showing in a playful way that you did something wrong.
Winced To have an expression on your face for a very short amount of time which shows that you are embarrassed or in pain.
Incredulous Not able or willing to believe something.
Scowled To look at someone or something in a way that showed anger or disapproval.
Nonchalantly Relaxed and calm in a way that shows that you do not care or are worried about anything.
Scatterbrained A person who is unable to concentrate or think clearly.
Shanghai(ing) To make (someone) do something by using force or tricks.
Heaters Guns or weapons
Gallantly Showing courage: very brave
Aloofness Not involved with or friendly toward other people
Ornery easily annoyed or angered
Elite the people who have the most wealth and status in a society: the most successful or powerful group of people- usually singular
Dumbfounded very shocked or surprised
Cunning getting what is wanted in a clever and often deceptive way
Madras A material pattern used in clothing
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