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Vocabulary Unit 3b

Vocabulary from "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" Read Aloud & Novel Study

inquisitive (adjective) eager for knowledge; intellectually curious
parcels (noun) an object, article, container, or quantity of something wrapped or packed up; small package
melancholy (adjective) a gloomy state of mind
merely (adverb) only as specified and nothing more
hoax (noun) something intended to deceive or defraud
groping (verb) to feel about with the hands; feel one's way
dominions (noun) lands or domains subject to sovereignty or control
snappishly (adverb) in an ill-natured and rude manner
sulky (adjective) gloomy or dull
inclined (adjective) disposed; of a mind to
premises (noun) a tract of land including its buildings, grounds, etc.
fraternizing (verb) to associate cordially or intimately with natives of a conquered country
beckon (verb) to signal, summon, or direct by gesture of the head or hand
mortar (noun) any of various materials or compounds for bonding together bricks, stones, etc.
reign (noun) the period during which a sovereign occupies the throne
gloating (verb) to look at or think about with great or excessive, often smug or malicious, satisfaction
threshold (noun) the entrance to a house or building
abide (verb) to put with with; tolerate
dazzling (adjective) so bright as to blind someone temporarily
self-indulgence (noun) indulging one's own desires, esp. without restraint
strides (noun) a long step in walking
pavilion (noun) a light, usually open building used for shelter
crimson (adjective) deep purplish-red
cheek (noun) sassiness or disrespect
forfeit (adjective) lost or subject to loss by forfeiture; something to which the right is lost, as for commission of a crime or misdeed, neglect of duty, or violation of a contract
campaign (noun) military operations for a specific objective
siege (noun) the act or process of surrounding and attacking a fortified place in such a way as to isolate it from help and supplies
incantation (noun) the formula employed for a spell or charm
giddy (adjective) attended with or causing dizziness
ransacking (noun) to search through for plunder
saccharine (adjective) a small pill that resembles sugar
remnants (noun) a remaining, usually small part
ambassadors (noun) a diplomatic official of the highest rank sent by a government to represent it on a temporary mission
prophecy (noun) the foretelling or prediction of what is to come
Created by: ecperkins
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