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Giver Vocab Ch 4-6

QuestionAnswer
Gravitating (Verb) To move or be attracted to a strong force or influence
Chortle (Verb) To laugh with snort
Dosage (Noun) The amount of medication prescribed in a single dose
Interdependence (Noun) Dependent on one another
Indulgently (Adverb) To give in to ones desires and feelings
Exuberant (Adjective) Acting with incredibly high spirits
Impatient (Adjective) To be annoyed by ones delay
Buoyancy (Noun) The ability to float and rise in the water
Ritual (Noun) A set procedural rite that is usually religious
Elder (Noun) A person born earlier than one another
Adherence (Verb) To stick to or attach to ideal or rule
Intrigue (Verb) To plan craftily or underhandedly
Retroactive (Verb) Applying to past events or traditions
Serene (Adjective) A calm and peaceful setting or demeanor
Infraction (Noun) The act of breaking a law or set rule
Created by: 24King1