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Reading Week 1-2

quench satisfy
dismay distress; alarm
retort to say something in answer, typically in a sharp or witty fashion
toil work hard
strife conflict; struggle
malicious intending to harm
adrift lost and confused
envy jealousy
ignorant lacking knowledge
haste hurry
inquire ask
forge to form or make
assure to encourage someone of a certain outcome
earnest sincere
grove a small group of trees
distress great pain, anxiety, or sorrow
hesitation pause
adorn to make more beautiul
dispute argue
coarse rough
perplexed confused
peevish easily irritated
reproach blame
stroke hitting of or upon something
clad simple past tense of clothe
array to place in desired order; to dress up
scarlet a bright red color inclining toward orange
revere to regard with respect
torment pain, worry, disturb
crevices a crack forming an opening
prowl to go about in search of
Created by: RebekahBry