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Chapter 4-6D

Walk Two Moons Ch 4-6D

WordMeaningSentenceAntonymsAntonymsClue
gnarled having gnarls; knotty or misshapen: gnarled branches The _______ branch had fallen on the highway preventing traffic from crossing. Aligned, even, flat, straight (blank) knotty
remarkable worthy of notice The _______ man was walking down the dock when a mad fisherman attacked him. average, inferior, ordinary, unexceptional (blank) amazing
sprunkled made up word: No bounce, sprung The boys slinky lay on the floor spread out and _______. springy (blank) flat tire
dismantled to take apart; tear down The ________ plastic swordfish lay in the garage, lost and forgotten. assemble, build, construct, put together (blank) disassemble
divulge to make known, to proclaim publicly The man was about to _______ the horrible death of a woman when some assasins captured him. conceal, hide, hold back (blank) publicly
primly precise or proper The nice woman ate _______ even after her husband died. messy, improper (blank) prudish
betrayed to be false or disloyal The officer _______ his army and went to the enemy's side. loyal, true (blank) traitor
Created by: Drizzt do Urden