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Ch 18-22, 42 C

Walk Two Moons C. 18-22, 42 C

colossal huge, large The _ sized fruit was divided between all of the seven children. small, tiny showing something that is huge
cavorted prance, move around The teacher _ around the classroom to check if we all put our names on our tests. stand still "I will be walking around the room while you are taking your tests, class.
finches a small type of bird In the spring all of the different _ travel South. n/a "I am a bird, and I am small."
distinctive typical, or certain, (for example, taste) A pineapple has a _ after taste that makes your tongue tingle. common "There is something about leather that is easy to identify."
reassurance to back up something with confidence _ is the best way to tell yourself you will do fine on a test. discouragement Say, "I will do good on the test. I will do good on the test."
malinger to avoid responsibilities by faked illness She would _ on the mornings that the garbage had to be taken out. n/a I guess you could pretend to be sick while crossing your fingers.
legitimate being in compliance with the law " I hope that you have a _ driver's license, " said the police officer. illegal " The opposite of this word is illegal."
Created by: sally