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Sophia's War

Gr 8 ELA

Abolition the act of ending slavery
Accosted approached in a hostile manner; confronted boldly
Amidships toward the middle part of a ship; the center
Apparition a ghostlike image of a person
Ardent very enthusiastic; eager
Arduous involving or requiring strenuous effort; difficult and tiring
Averting avoiding; fending off; turning away
Badinage joking around; teasing
Balked frustrated; defeated; foiled
Bandied discussed; debated; exchanged
Base disgraceful; low; corrupt
Beget "a sudden, alarming amazement or dead; fear"
Bestirred roused to action; moved around quickly
Billeted housed; lodged; shelter
Calamity disaster; great misfortune
Catechized questioned closely; quiz
Compass space within limits; range
Comport bear; endure; to put up with
Condescension superiority; lordliness
Condolences expressions of sympathy with a person who is suffering sorrow or grief
Created by: asklorna