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Monster List #3

Vocabulary Words for Monster

QuestionAnswer
Glowers- verb to look at someone or something in an angry way
cacophony - noun unpleasant loud sounds
traversed - noun something that crosses or lies across
whist - noun a card game, usually for two pairs of players, in which points are scored according to the number of tricks won
manslaughter - noun: law: the crime of killing a person without intending to do so
montage - noun a mixture of different things
diminutive - noun a word or suffix that indicates that something is small
premises - noun a statement or idea that is accepted as being true and that is used as the basis of an argument
sidebar - noun a conference between the judge, the lawyers, and sometimes the parties to a case that the jury does not hear
mosaic - noun something made up of different things that together form a pattern
Created by: claymill2257