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setting stocky
content acquired
editorials unfathomable
disgrace tension
madras plot
sympathetic exposition
vacant rising action
kools falling action
roguishly incredulous
snarling vaguely
resolution summary
gallantly ornery
resignedly soused
vaguely point of view
reeling pickled unceasingly
hilt apprehensive
defiance self-perseverance
contemptuously bewildering
reformatory premonition
imploringly pansy
sullenly gallant
eluded fiend
vital indignant
bewilderment promptly
keeled hysterics
radiates bleak
drawled brawn
aghast exploits
contemptuously abruptly
resemblance ornery
mere aimlessly
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mortal affectionately
superiority delinquent
conformity stifled
smoldering grim
ruefully leery
taut contempt
stupor feverish
bewildered vaguely
delirious indignantly
introduction conclusion
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climax internal conflict
external conflict conflict
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Created by: jacklyn26