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Chapters 30-32D

Walk Two Moons Ch.30-32D

WordMeaningSentencesAntonymsClue
analyzed to examine methodically by separating into parts and studying their interrelations The new scientist ______ most of the chemicals at the lab. overlook You do this when looking under a microscope.
coincidence a sequence of events that although accidental seems to have been planned or arranged It was a _________ that we both went to the same shop at the same time. n/a This happens when an event accidentally happens as though it was planned.
ghastly extremely unpleasant or bad Where did you get those huge, _____ books from? pleasing an adjective that means very unpleasant
visualized to form a mental image She _______ herself crossing the end of the finish line. not imaginary, real You do this when trying to imagine something.
vain in an irreverent or disrespectful manner He always likes to take everything she says in ____. with respect You do this when you say something in a disrespectful manner.
barreled to move at a high speed or rate of progress Joe _____ across the road in his car with his friends. moved slowly When you progress at very high speed you do this.
swoon to be overwhelmed by ecstatic joy Fred ______ over the fact that he had an A in that subject. to be sad You do this when you are happy.
redible made up word/ready By the end of the morning everybody was ______ to race. unready You are this when you are ready.
berserk destructively or very violent After the horrible car accident he had gone _____. peaceful You are this when you are very violent
Created by: eman