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Vocabulary CLTTH 10

"Jacob the Great"

strum to play by moving fingers across strings
reluctant showing doubt, not certain; not willing or enthusiastic about doing something; hesitant
dedicated, devoted, committed feeling wholehearted loyalty to a cause, activity, or job
impulsive doing things suddenly and without planning
insistent demanding that something happen or that someone do something; regular, repeated, demanding attention
persuasive causing people to do or believe something
fable a short story that usually is about animals and that is intended to teach a lesson
biography the story of a real person's life written by someone other than that person
realistic based on what is real rather than on what is wanted or hoped for; showing people and things as they are in real life
historical based on actual events from the past
folklore ideas or stories that are not true but that many people have heard or read; tales and such unique to a culture
omnisicent all-knowing
objective based on facts rather than feelings or opinions
chronological arranged in the order that things happened or came to be; time order
sequential arranged in a particular order like steps
stick with to continue consistently
sigh to take in and let out a long, loud breath in a way that shows you are bored, disappointed, relieved, etc.
longingly with a strong desire for something or someone
Things are awfully TIGHT right now. financial circumstance are not good- there is just (barely) enough money if there is enough
Created by: murmansk