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Night P2 Vocab

Vocabulary for ch. 4-6 of Wiesel's Night

A hired murderer, often used to kill prominent or political figures. assassin (n.)
A person that causes trouble or violence. hooligan (n.)
Thorough, careful, or vigilant; implies a desire to do a task well. conscientious (adj.)
A supporter of establishing and developing a national homeland for Jews in Palestine Zionist (adj.)
A line of people or vehicles waiting for something. queue (n.)
Done without caring about the outcome; done without emotion. indifferently (adv.)
Declared but not proved; supposed. alleged (adj.)
Recalling or speaking about the past. reminiscing (n.)
Two weeks; a two-week period. fortnight (n.)
An intervening period or episode. interlude (n.)
Mentally or physically unfit. afflicted (adj.)
A blessing. benediction (n.)
A cry, or song, of sorrow and grief. lamentation (n.)
A state of individual psychological well-being based upon a sense of confidence and usefulness and purpose morale (n.)
An aromatic resinous substance used for healing and soothing. balm (n.)
A delusion; a common symptom of severe mental disorder. hallucination (n.)
Created by: MsKarlaO