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Whipping Vocab 1&2

The Whipping Boy Vocabulary Chapters 1 & 2

QuestionAnswer
clasped to seize with or as if with the hand : GRASP
scalped to remove the scalp from
furious very angry
forbidden ordered not to do something
cuff the turned-back hem of a trouser leg
chamber a room in a house and especially a bedroom
roused to make or become active : stir up
defiantly in a rebellious manner
humble not proud or bold
contrite feeling or showing sorrow and remorse for a wrong that one has done
exasperation to make angry
gloat to gaze at or think about something with great satisfaction or joy
obliged to compel by pressure; to earn the gratitude of
ferrets a domesticated usually albino, brownish, or silver-gray mammal closely related to the European polecat
spectacles eye glasses
reckoned to look forward to as certain
smirking to smile in an insincere manner
contrary just the opposite
rascal a mean or dishonest person; a mischievous person
spite dislike or hatred for another person with a wish to torment, anger, or defeat
Created by: ldorso