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week two vocab.

a night divided vocab

definition term
showing a lack of courage or confidence; easily frightened timid
to continue despite the circumstance enduring
a person who betrays someone or something traitor
printed sheets of paper containing info or advertising, and distributed for free leaflets
a brief and direct way that may seem unfriendly or rude terse
a metal tool with moveable jaws that are used to hold an object firmly in place vise
a fit of uncontrollable laughter or crying hysterics
able to withstand pressure and damage durable
people acting as a group collective
an angry reprimand; to find fault, angrily scolding
felt bitterness and annoyance towards a person or situation resented
a figure of speech when exaggeration is used for emphasis or effect, as in " I could sleep for a year" or" This book weighs a ton" hyperbole
Created by: Giana.gabriel