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Hiding Place Vocab

Fervently 1. Greatly emotional or zealous; ardent 2. Extremely hot; glowing
Paraphernalia 1. The articles used in a particular activity 2. Personal property used by women that although actually owned by her husband and subject to creditor's claims, becomes her personal property after death
Implicit 1. Implied or understood though not directly expressed 2. Contained in the nature of something though not readily apparent
Ration 1. A fixed portion, especially of food 2. Food issued or available to group members
Premonition 1. A presentiment of the future; foreboding 2. And advance warning; forewarning
Clandestine Kept or done in secret
Spinster A woman, especially an older one, who has not married
Susceptible 1. Easily influenced of affected 2. Capable of accepting or permitting
Derelict 1. Deserted by an owner or keeper; abandoned 2. Run-down; dilapidated
Taciturn 1. Habitually untalkative 2. Characterized by reserve or lack of expression
Pauper One who is extremely poor, especially one on public charity
Tentative 1. Not fully worked out or concluded; provisional 2. Uncertain; hesitant
Dawdle 1. to take more time than necessary 2. To waste time; idle
Gloat To feel or express great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction
Atrocious 1. Extremely evil, savage, or cruel 2. Exceptionally bad; abominable
Blatant 1. Offensively conspicuous or undisguised 2. Unpleasantly loud and noisy
Notorious known widely and usually unfavorably; infamous



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