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Indian in Cupboard


hypodermic an injection of a substance beneath the skin
desperately reckless because all hope or choice seems gone; dangerous; critical
wielding to hold and use a weapon or tool
rummaged to search through by turning things over in a disorderly manner
tourniquet a tightly encircling bandage, used to check bleeding in an injured limb
cowering to crouch, as in fear; or shame; to tremble
escarpment a steep slope or cliff
second hand not new, already used by someone else
suspicious questionable; distrustful
chaotic very confused or disordered
scalp skin on top and back of the head
magnify to make look larger than the real size; to increase the size
trousers another name for pants
longhouse large rectangular dwelling of certain Indians
dismount to get off a horse or bicycle
marvelous causing wonder, extraordinary
experiment to try or test to find something out
Created by: nccs112313