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WalkTwoMoons vocab1

VocabularyDefinition and Example
Cadaver A corpse, a dead body. The cadaver helped medical students understand human anatomy
Caboodle The whole number or quantity of people or things in questions The whole caboodle is there in front of the stage just waiting to be enjoyed by you.
Ruination The action or fact of ruining someone or something Everyone feared the man for he would bring ruination to every event.
Starched An odorless tasteless white substance. The starched t-shirt was awfully ugly.
Astounded Shock or greatly surprised. I backed away as I was astounded to see how clever the 5 year old child was at a world wide college competition.
Sprunkled The tires of a car are damaged. The tire was sprunkled when they looked at it.
Tottery To walk or move in an unsteady manner; usually from old age. I watched the tottery old man walk down the street.
Filly A young female horse. The newborn filly was getting used to life in the stables
Boa A large snake. Most people are afraid of boa's because they are so big and scary.
Wriggled To twist or to move to and fro. The toddler wriggled out of the mom's lap to go play with the toys.
Created by: grapefruit555