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Frankenstein Vocab

Frankenstein Vocab for SC Class

TermDefinition
vast very great in extent, size, or amount
churn to stir or shake
wretched something/someone causing misery or distress
nobleman a man of high rank (upper class)
merchant a buyer and seller of goods for profit
omen a sign or warning of a future event
scarlet fever a contagious disease with symptoms that include a high fever and red rash
slaughterhouses place where animals are butchered
loathing extreme disgust or dislike
roaming to wander from place to place
console to comfort in times of grief or suffering
ravings to talk wildly as if crazy
remorse a deep regret and sense of guilt
despair a feeling of hopelessness
relations a relative (family)
hasten to move or act quickly
shrill a high sharp sound
writhing to twist and turn
agony intense pain of mind or body
peasants member of the agricultural class (lower class)
eternal having no beginning or end
spurned to reject due to an attitude of worhlessness
Created by: tobiashersey