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Ponyboy rubbed his cheek gingerly where the Socs had hit him. Cautiously or carefully
Cherry gave Dally an incredulous look when he had the nerve to boldly sit down beside her. Unwilling to admit or accept what is offered as true
In a daze, Pony slowly digested the fact that the running figures were members of his gang. To take into the mind or memory
Along with fights and blondes, Two-Bit like school for some unfathomable reason. Impossible to comprehend
Newspaper editorials sometimes portrayed the Socs as an asset to society and at other times as a disgrace. The property of a deceased person subject by law to the payment of his or her debts and legacies
Dally grinned roguishly when he provoked the girls to anger by talking dirty A dishonest or worthless person
When the girls invited Pony and Johnny to join them, Pony acted nonchalantly, trying to hide his excitement. Having an air of easy unconcern or indifference
Steve commented sagely when you asked him about cars; they were his specialty. Wise through reflection and experience
There were other gangs around Pony's part of town, but there was no gang rivalry in the Southwest. Having the same pretensions or claims.
The Curtis boys were law-abiding partly because they knew they would be separated if they were arrested. Abiding by or obedient to the law
advantage; plus Asset
die down or lower subside
Glowing particle Ember
In a wishful way Wistfully
Color Hue
Not able to be understood Unfathomable
Obeying Abiding
Disbelieving Incredulous
Fearful; anxious Apprehensive
Absorbed Digested
In a begging, pleading way Imploringly
determinedly; stubbornly Doggedly
Agonizing Racking
superior; top Elite
Sneering;mocking Contemptuous
belief that an event will occur premonition
firm belief conviction
escape; slip out of one's grasp elude
disinterest; coolness Aloofness
wisely Sagely
in a crabby, pouting way Sullenly
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