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Part 3 Vocabulary

Island of the Blue Dolphins

to swing something wildly flailing
go into or through something pierced
things to be repaired by sewing mending
(of a bird or bat) settle or congregate for rest or sleep roost
a ring-shaped ornament, especially for the head circlet
the front part of a boat or ship prow
to walk in an awkward way, usually because the feet or legs are injured hobbled
a container to hold arrows quiver
the remains of something that has been destroyed wreckage
defeated, lost vanquished
to cut small indentations or marks notched
baby chicks ready to fly fledglings
wobbling, about to fall over teetering
happy with excitement giddy
a glance or quick look glimpse
to give up on or leave something abandon
the rise and fall of the sea tides
having no people deserted
a thread or a structure or object resembling a thread fiber
a movement of part of the body, especially a hand or the head gesture
a chain of rocks or coral or a ridge of sand near the surface of water reef
trimmed a small amount clipped
large group of animals of one kind together herd
to tremble with a sudden convulsive movement shudder
Created by: Mrs. Swiander