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Island of Blue-voc 1

Scherr 5th Grade- Vocab for Ch. 1-9 of Island of the Blue Dolphins

Aleut a member of a people native to the Aleutian Islands and the western Alaskan Penisula who are related physically and culturally to the Eskimos
canyon a deep valley with steep sides, often with a stream flowing through it
harbor a body of water having docks or port facilities
mesa a landform with steep walls and a flat top
concealed to hide; withdraw or remove from observation
parley to speak, talk, or confer
doubted to be uncertain about; consider questionable or unlikely; hesitate to believe
gull a water bird
reef a chain of rocks or ridge of sand at or near the surface of the water
ravine a small narrow valley with steep sides
pelt a skin of an animal with its fur
kelp a large, coarse brown seaweed
preparations the act of making ready
crevice narrow opening resulting from a split or crack
headland point of unusally high land jutting out into a body of water
spring source of water flowing out of the earth
Created by: scherr