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English RTHMC Vocab.

TermDefinition
meticulously extremely carefully; precisely
intriguing interesting; stirring curiosity
threadbare worn thin, so that the individual threads of the fabric show through.
jauntily in an easy manner; carefree; confidently
dubious doubtful; unsure about the outcome
motley multi-colored; spotted
indignation strong displeasure; anger at unfairness
imperiously in an overbearing manner; arrogantly
scoffed expressed doubt or scorn; heavily doubted
formidable awesome; powerful
pudgy short and fat
kin relative; family member
resiliency ability to spring back, rebound
lislessly without any energy or enthusiasm; anxiously
transfixed in a fixed position; unable to move
verge the edge; a boundary
discourse a serious conversation; a lengthy or serious story
feigned pretended; fake
indicating pointing to something; showing
engrossed completely occupied by something; occupied
ransacked searched violently for something
patronize to be a regular customer of a store or business
obnoxious irritating
wheedle to coax
promendating parading in a showing way
recoiled drew back suddenly
balked hesitated
aloofness remoteness
snidely rudely
languidly casually
inaudible not able to be heard
admonished chastised
interminable so long and boring
deflate to make someone less confident
caldron a large pot
retorted replied or responded sharply
candidly in an honest or direct manner
insolently in a rude or disrespectful manner
sentinels guards who watch over someone or something
pondered thought about
sauntered walked in a relaxed manner
bewildered completely confused
flinch to make an involuntary backwards movement in response to something frightening or shocking
morosely in a sad or depressed manner
shunned ignored
lingered stayed longer
persnickety obsessed with detail
amenities attractive features that make something more pleasing
lilting saying or doing something with a rise and fall in the voice
rile to bother
reluctantly with great hesitation
pointedly with deliberate emphasis
ambled walked casually
finality quality of being final
despicable something that is horrible
rasped spoke in a rough way
crescendo the peak of increase in loudness
acrid stinging or biting
adamant stubborn
remnants small parts still left out of something
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