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"Animal Farm" vocab

Regard to consider or think of something/someone in a certain way
Perpetual never ending
Comrade friend or ally
Skepticism Distrust, disbelief
Laborious difficult and strenuous
Disciple Follower, or devoted student
Gambol to playfully tumble, prance, etc.
Preside to be in a position of authority over a meeting or group
Implement to put into action or start
Eloquence to speak or write fluently and/or persuasively
Obstinate stubborn, unwilling to change
Advocate (n) a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy
Privilege a special right or advantage
Indifferent uncaring, uninterested, unworried
Reconcile to restore friendly relations
Pervade (especially of a smell) spread through and be perceived in every part of something or somewhere
Countenance facial expression
Incite encourage or stir up something (usually violent)
Censure express severe disapproval of (someone or something), typically in a formal statement, criticize
Sentinel a guard or soldier who is keeping watch
Dystopia an extremely bad place - often time the main character in a story like this is trying to escape their society
Utopia a perfect world, community, or place in a story
Satire a humorous critique
Allegory a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one
Created by: donna.hale
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