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Mixed Up FilesCh9-10

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

(adj) an acceptable standard, satisfactory decent
(adj) requiring speedy action or attention urgency (urgent)
(adj) accurate in representation of the facts; reliable authenticity (authentic)
(adj) sudden or unexpected abrupt
(adj) desperate or wild excitement, fear or pain frantic
(n) violent motion, agitation, noisy disturbance commotion
(v) to overwhelm with amazement; astonish greatly astound
(n) final settlement, adjustment by agreement arrangement
(n) a feeling of wonder or approval admiration
(adj) existing as the only one, having no alike or equal unique
(n) leisurely walk, stroll saunter
(n) a striking occurrence of two or more events at one time by mere chance coincidence
(v) to determine the elements of feature of by examining carefully and in detail (to look at closer) analyze
(n) a condition or detail with respect to time, place or manner that determines a fact or event circumstance
(v) to give forth or release emit
(adj) an evidence that is adequate to support sufficient
(n) a distinct piece of action or episode in a literary text incident
(v) to communicate or make known convey
(n) a quality of writing where ideas and arguments move logically and fluidly throughout a pieces of writing cohesion
(n) the interpretation of a word, phrase or text meaning
Created by: mlasalle
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