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RedJacket Chp 1-2

TermDefinition
promotion the act of raising in rank or position
glance take a brief look at
disgust strong feelings of dislike
insult treat, mention, or speak to rudely
dismally in a dreadful manner
sympathetic expressing compassion or friendly fellow feelings
muffled being or made softer or less loud or clear
practically in a manner concerned with actual use
unfortunately by bad luck
groggy stunned or confused and slow to react
limp walk with difficulty by some physical injury
mutter talk in a dim way; usually in a low voice
collapse fall down when sick or very tired
cracked informal or slang term for acting on an emotion
motel a motor hotel
odor any property detected by the sense of smell
sigh breathe out deeply and heavily
stationed put someone or self in a position
Created by: cbradham