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Mixed Up Files Ch7-8

Vocabulary from the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

DefinitionTerm
(adj) sharp, piercing or biting keen
(v) to seek guidance, advice or information from consult
(adj) grave or somber person in face, speech, tone, or mood solemn
(n) something belonging to a person or thing such as a quality or characteristic attribute
(n) a sneering or cutting remark sarcastic
(adj) morally right or justifiable righteous
(n) majority of opinion consensus
(n) scraped spot or area abrasion
(n) a woman or man of distinguished courage or ability heroine (female) hero (male)
(v) push, elbow or bump against roughly, typically in a crowd jostle
(v) ask for information from someone inquire
(n) an opinion formed or decision made after consideration judgement
(n/v) to provide a brief retelling of key events in the order of occurance recount
(v) a clear re-declaration of particulars of facts in speech or in writing restate
(n/v) a significant element or thesis in an argument within a text point