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QuestionAnswer
bleach to lighten by removing color from
gallant brave, courageous, dashing, noble
ornery having unpleasant or contrary manner
reckless tending not to exercise caution,rash, bold
reformational a correctional institutional for young law breakers
tension nervous,suspense, mental strain
towheaded light haired,having very pale hair
vagnels faintly, aimlessly without purpose
moral an ethical lesson learned
reputations what people think and say someone is or is like
ruefully with sorrow, with mournful feelings
quiver to shake , shake,tremble
underpriviledged having fewer advantages because of poverty or social status
flinch to draw back abrubtly in fear
guardian a person legally in charge of the welfare of a minor
delirious out of ones senses for a time because of fever, joy etc.
indignantly with anger at something unjust or unfair
Created by: jonathancole.bms