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Lesson 11 Vocab.

StoryTown Vocabulary for "Loved Best"

swooned If you had a terrible shock or surprise that made you faint or fall,you might have swooned.
astonished When you are amazed and surprised by something, you are astonished.
envious If you feel envious, you want something that someone else has.
rivalry People who have rivalry are competing against one another for something.
encouraging An encouraging word from a friend make you feel that you can do something well.
brief If something is brief, it does not take much time.
chuckling If you are chuckling, you are laughing quietly to yourself.
soothing Something that is soothing makes you feel calm.
sobbed Someone who sobbed cried very hard.
praised If you praised someone, you told that person that he or she did something well.
Created by: Mrs. G