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Of Mice & Men Vocab-

QuestionAnswer
Debris remains or garbage
Bindle a small bundle of items rolled up inside a blanket and carried over the shoulder or on the back; a bedroll
Morosely in a sad, gloomy manner
Wearily tired; in a tired way
Tramp a person who travels about on foot, usually doing odd jobs for a living
Cesspool a deep hole in the ground into which sewage from sinks, toilets, etc. is drained.
Apprehensive anxious; fearful
Brusquely roughly; abruptly
Derogatory belittling and insulting
Pugnacious eager and ready to fight
Bemused preoccupied; deep in thought
Reprehensible something that is deserving of criticism
Cowering to shrink and tremble from fear
Receptive able and willing to listen to and accept information, new ideas, etc.
Bleated the cry usually associated with a goat, sheep, or calf
Meager of poor quality or small amount
Scornful a feeling of contempt for someone or something; the belief that a person or thing is worthless
Mauled torn; worn-out; to treat something roughly or clumsily
Aloof distant; removed; cool
Subsided became less excited; calmed down
Sulkily in a gloomy manner
Monotonous flat, with no expression
Wisps tiny, slight strands or pieces
Craftily in a sly, cunning manner
Writhed twisted
Created by: emuirwilson