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Rascal vocabulary Ch

inguist a person who is skilled in several languages; polyglot
reverend pertaining to or characteristic of the clergy.
parsonage the residence of a member of the clergy, as provided by the parish or church.
cleat a strip of wood or iron used to strengthen or support the surface to which it is attached.
instinctive arising from impulse; unthinking
leisurely in an unhurried manner; slowly.
domain a territory over which rule or control is exercised.
shrewd sharp intelligence; tricky
belfry a bell tower, especially one attached to a building.
trill a fluttering or tremulous sound, as that made by certain birds.
chirr a harsh trilling sound
impertinent exceeding the limits of propriety or good manners; irrelevant
martinet a rigid military disciplinarian
epaulet a shoulder ornament worn on military uniforms.
prehensile able to grasp quickly
lecture a speech read or delivered before an audience or class.
Created by: hollygag