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Outsiders vocab 3

Vocab 3

aghast (adj) struck with sudden amazement, fright or horror
daze (verb) to stun or shock with a sudden blow (especially to the head)
exploits (noun) a notable deed; spirited or heroic act
gleefully (adv) joyfully; merrily
juvenile delinquent (noun) a minor (under 18) who commits criminal acts such as theft, vandalism, or violence
palomino (noun) horse with a golden coat, white mane, and white tail found in the southwestern US
divert (verb) to turn from a specific path or course; veer
falter (verb) to hesitate in action or purpose
mere (adj) being nothing more nor better than something in comparison
reluctantly (adv) to do something unwillingly
scarce (adj) an insufficient amount to satisfy the need or demand of something
bolt (verb) to run away suddenly
stifle (verb) to suppress, curb, or withhold (as in an addiction or craving)
leery (adj) wary or suspicious
conformity (verb) adapting behavior in correspondence with current styles and trends
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