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Maniac Magee

A miserable; unfortunate person Wretch
lifted Hoisted
moving forward suddenly Lunging
disturbance Commotion
apparent; observable Obvious
having a very bad reputation Infamous
crowded; packed Crammed
moving in a clumsy way Blundering
a person who has extra enthusiasm or desire Maniac
exactly correct Accurate
rolling or pitching suddenly Lurching
shrunk back in fear Cringed
winced; recoiled Flinched
end results Conclusions
powerful motivations or impulses Instincts
uproar; confusion Pandemonium
Deadly Fatal
wrinkling the forehead in anger Scowling
choosy; fussy Finicky
looked over quickly Scanned
to force open or up Pry
easily understood Apparently
came together Converged
parallel bars for blocking an opening Grates
aloneness Solitude
ended Expired
empty Vacant
to shake with a slight movement Quiver
number symbols Digits
to hang loosely and usually so as to be able to swing freely dangled
to talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner ranting
to sit on (eggs) so as to hatch by the warmth of the body incubating
to twist into or as if into a strained shape or expression contortions
one that takes an opposite position opponent
dexterous or crafty in the use of special resources cunning
an act or the power of foreseeing foresight
a person or group of persons accompanying another to give protection or as a courtesy escort
acts of courtesy compliments
.instant; immediate prompt.
astonished; amazed Dumbfounded
a first year player rookie
shabby and dirty Sleazy
shaky rickety
complain; grumble grouse
far fetched preposterous
Complete weariness exhaustion
Followers trying to overtake; chasers pursuers
Gigantic; enormous mammoth
Weakened; faded languished
went in spite of risk ventured
unwilling reluctant
indifferent to pleasure or pain stoic
a room or closet used to store food pantry
delicate ornamental work filigreed
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