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GB Chapters 6-9

Gathering Blue Vocabulary for Chapters 6-9

QuestionAnswer
Resonate to strike a chord
Iridescent a play of colors producing rainbow effects (as in a soap bubble)
Ruefully with exciting pity or sympathy
Oblong an oblong figure or object (longer in one direction than in the other)
Inert unable or slow to move, act, or react
Mordants a substance used in dyeing to fix the coloring matter,
Woad a European plant formerly cultivated for a blue dye extracted from its leaves
Skein a looped length of yarn or thread put up in a loose twist after it is taken from the reel
Infinitesimal too small to be measurable
Don to dress in; put on
Volition the act or power of making one's choices or decisions, will
Created by: Mrs. Gerke