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Outsiders Ch. 1-12

not often rarely
to shake or move with a slight trembling motion quivering
difficult to understand or explain complicated
a sharp utterance designed to cut or give pain sarcasm
having an air of unconcern or indifference nonchalantly
having a knowledge of the ways of the world through much experience sophisticated
a group of persons who by position or education exercise much power or influence elite
to shrink back involuntarily (as from pain) winced
viewing the future with anxiety or alarm apprehensive
to perplex or confuse by a number of objects or considerations bewildering
to imitate mimmicking
struck with terror, amazement, horror aghast
involving action or change without preparation or warning abruptly
likeness, similarity resemblance
without direction or aim aimlessly
having lost hope desperate
sympathetic sorrow for one suffering, distressed, or unhappy pity
discharged completely acquitted
Created by: mprobst