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(CK)-Tuck Vo Ch 5-9

(CK) Tuck Everlasting Vocabulary Chapters 5 - 9

consolingly comfortingly She told herself ______, "Of course, while I'm in the wood, if I decide never to come back, well then, that will be that."
eagerness enthusiasm; zeal; impatience Sometimes they all talked at once, and interrupted each other, in their ______.
elated excited; thrilled; joyful And all at once she was ______. The sweet earth opened out its wide four corners to her.
faltered hesitated; wavered; failed The winding key was still revolving, but more and more slowly. The melody ______.
galling annoying; irritating; bothersome Still, it was ______, this having to admit she was afraid.
perversely unreasonably; stubbornly Discovering him, Winnie's mind ______ went blank. Instead of crying out for help, she merely stared at him.
scornful mocking; insulting She did not expect to marry a prince, and was ______ of her grandmother's elves.
solemnly gravely; seriously; soberly "How do, Winnie Foster," he said, shaking Winnie's hand rather ______.
sternly harshly; bluntly "What are you doing here?" he asked her ______.
vanity pride in one's appearance; conceit The hat gave her a clownish appearance, but the shade from its brim was so welcome, that she put ______ aside.
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