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new vocab 3/12/18


infraction a violation or infringement of a law, agreement, or set of rules
compel force or oblige (someone) to do something , urge, pressure
vehement intensely emotional, deeply felt, marked by forceful energy
dilapated decayed, deteriorated, or fallen into partial ruin especially through neglect or misuse
relentless tenacious, go getting, incredibly determined
despise feel contempt or a deep repugnance for
jeer make rude and mocking remarks
justify show or prove to be right
scion a detached living portion of a plant
prominent well known, in the public eye
retaliate make an attack or assault in return for a similar attack , reciprocate, get back at
allusion reference to a well known literary work or art
sequence the order in which things follow eachother
defiant stubborn, angry
dialect accent, the way someone talks
tone the "voice" an author uses
mood the feeling the reader gets
problem/solution locked out of house/climbed in the window
Created by: 23millalli