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Vocabulary

U4 W1 + Blue U9

QuestionAnswer
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deeds acts or actions
exaggeration a statement that makes something seem more than it really is
heroic a very brave or courageous act
impress have a strong effect on his or her mind or feelings
posed held a position so that someone could paint or photograph you
sauntered walked in a slow, relaxed way.
wring squeeze or twist
brisk energetic, fast; cool and fresh
cherish show great love for; to value highly; to take special care of
considerate showing concern for others' needs or feelings
displace to force to move or flee; to move out of position
downfall a sudden move from power or position; a sudden, heavy rain or snow
estimate to form a rough judgement, calculation, or guess
humiliate to hurt someone's self-respect or pride
identical exactly the same
improper not correct; showing bad manners or taste
poll a collecting of votes; a place where voting takes place
soothe to make calm; to ease pain or sorrow
vicinity the area near a place; the surrounding region
Created by: tbrogs5