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Streets of Gold

Ch. 4,5,6

of your voice : to produce sound in an unsteady way especially because you are afraid or nervous: tremble quaver
to separate and go in different directions scatter
to produce a clear liquid from your skin when you are hot or nervous : sweat perspire
to quickly eat all of (something) especially in a way that shows that you are very hungry devour
to hit against (something) repeatedly pelt
to go forward quickly without control careen
to hit the side of a vehicle with the side of another vehicle side-swipe
A thin, sharp piece of something such as wood, glass, etc.) that has broken off a larger piece : sliver splinter
to push or drive (someone or something) forward or in a particular direction propel
the section on a passenger ship in the past where passengers who had the cheapest tickets would stay steerage
to have pock-marks, small permanent circular scars on the skin, especially one left by smallpox, chickenpox, or acne pock-marked
to hold tight, as by grasping or embracing cling
to go, run, or glide lightly or rapidly skitter
a series of steps between one floor or landing of a building and the next floor flight
a dirty mark or smear smudge
an untrained or inexperienced person greenhorn
decrease the noise made by (something) muffle
inflamed or made raw, as a part of the body irritated
extremely thin and bony; haggard and drawn, as from great hunger, weariness, or torture:emaciated gaunt
a run-down and often overcrowded apartment house, especially in a poor section of a city tenement
having or showing a lack of experience, judgment, or information naive
common and in some cases deadly infectious disease caused by various strains of mycobacteria that mainly affects the lungs; (old-fashioned) consumption tuberculosis
a very tall building in a city skyscraper
Created by: 3023Ana