Lyddie Vocab. Ch. 1-3

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fetched

went and got; brought

battering

striking with repeated blows so as to bruise, break, or get out of shape; pounding

adversary

person or group opposing or hostile to another person or group; enemy

contradicting

saying the opposite of what (a person) has said

specter

figurative-a thing that causes terror or dread

trousseau

a bride's outfit of clothes, linen, or the like

beholden

under personal obligation for favors or services; in debt

radical

favoring extreme changes or reforms; extreme

tweak

to seize and pull with a sharp jerk and twist

dubious

feeling doubt; wavering or hesitating in opinion; inclined to doubt

bleating

the crying of a sheep, goat, or calf

adherence

a holding to and following closely

noxious

very harmful; poisonous

obliged

binded by a promise, contract, or duty; compelled, forced; required

fallow

plowed but not seeded for a season or more

bellowing

making a loud, deep noise

tediously

something that is long and tiring; boring

exasperated

irritated very much; annoyed greatly; made angry

servitude

the condition of being a slave; slavery

comrade

person who shares in what another is doing; fellow worker

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