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Lottery Rose 1-6

Vocab Words from Chapters 1-6 in Lottery Rose

impudent shamelessly bold or disrespectful, saucy, insolent
wary cautious on one's guard
endure to hold up under, stand, bear, underfo
prospect a broad view, scene
unbearable that can not be tolerated
tolerated to interfere with, allow, permit
flogged to be beat with a strap, stick, whip etc as punishment
awed a mixed feeling of reverse fear and wonder caused by something majestic, sublime, sacred, etc
imploring to ask or beg earnestly for
unmindful not mindful or attentive, forgetful, heedless
reassured to restore confidence
bewilderment confusion, puzzled
plea an earnest and urgent request
monstrosity the state or quality of being monstrous
vespers of evening prayer
stout fat, thick-set
looking-glass mirror
anguish great suffering, as from worry or grief
stolidly firm, slow, stupid
unyielding not giving away under pressure
wretchedly deeply distressed or unhappy
remorsefully full or remorse, feeling, expressing, or caused by remorse.
incinerator a furnace
mutilated to repeat insistently or noisily
attuned to bring into harmony or agreement
Created by: hobbes1999