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Juniors - Week 9


Elapse v. to pass or go by (said of time)
Elfin adj. Small and sprightly; mischievous, fairylike
Embellish v. to beautify by adding ornaments; to add fanciful or fictitious details to
Embody v. to give bodily form to; to personify; to make part of the system
Emit v. to send or give out; to express, utter
Emulate v. to attempt to equal or surpass; especially through imitation
Endure v. to carry on through despite hardships; to put up with
Engulf v. to surround or enclose completely
Enrage v. to put in a rage; infuriate, anger
Enrapture v. to delight, to thrill or give pleasure
Ensemble n. A coordinated outfit or costume; a musical group
Entice v. to lure, to attract, to tempt in a pleasing fashion
Entomb v. to place in or as if in a tomb, or a grave
Entomology n. The scientific study of insects
Entreat v. to ask earnestly; to implore, plead, beg
Characterization the inner thoughts and feelings of a character, as portrayed by the author. This includes actions, dialogue, and reactions.
Conflict the struggle between two forces, one generally being the protagonist of the story. The antagonist can be the self, another person, animal, nature, technology/machine, society, or the supernatural. There are four forms of conflict: man vs man, man vs self,
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