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The Oustiders Vocab

Chapter 1-3

TermDefinition
ceaseless seeming to never stop.
disgrace to cause someone or something to lose or become unworthy of respect and approval.
madras a material pattern in clothing
muttered to speak quietly so it is difficult for others to hear what you say.
cowlick a small bunch of hair on a persons head that sticks up above the hair around it.
reckless not showing proper concern about the possible bad results of your actions.
bawl to cry very loudly
quivering to shake because of fear
unfathomable impossible to understand
rarities a person or thing that is not common or usual
savvy practical, understanding, or knowledge of something
roguishly showing in a playful way that you've done something wrong
winced to have an expression on your face for a very short time that shows you are embarrassed.
incredulous not able or willing to believe something
scowled to look at someone or something in a way that shows anger or disapproval
nonchalantly relaxed or calmed in a way that shows that you don't care
scatter brained a person that is unable to concentrate or think clearly
heaters guns
shanghaiing force someone to join a group lacking a full crew by drugging them.
Created by: kayelee