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Tom Sawyer Vocab. 3

17 words

Word Definition
Mutinous Refusing to obey the orders of a person in authority.
Elysian Relating to the characteristic of heaven or paradise.
Vexation The state of being annoyed, frustrated or worried.
Stupendous Extremely impressive.
Eloquent Fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing.
Onslaught A fierce or destructive attack.
Oppressiveness Unjustly inflicting hardship and constraint.
Irresolute Showing or feeling hesitancy or uncertainty.
Exultation Show or feel elation or jubilation as the result of a success, for example.
Lethargy Alack of energy or enthusiasm.
Lacerate Tear or deeply cut.
Soliloquized An act of speaking one’s thoughts aloud by oneself regardless of any listeners.
Pummeling Strike repeatedly, typically with the fists.
Immense Extremely large or great, esp. in scale or degree ingenious gesticulation.
Persistently Continuing firmly or obstinately in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.
Repentant Feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one's wrongdoing or sin.
Urchin A mischievous young child, especially one who is poorly or raggedly dressed.
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Created by: purplepeace