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The other Caught Ya set I made is the 7th grade one. Some of the words from the 7th grade set might be repeated in this 8th grade set. It doesn't kill you to study it again right? 😀

puerile

childish

mutter

to say something in a low voice

ingenuous

honest

obliterate

destroy completely

retorted

responded

indignant

upset

garbed

dressed

puckish

devilish in a funny sense

waggish

devilish

fey

magical

egregious

terrible

vapid

silly, stupid

barb

a friendly teasing

sagacious

wise

mutely

without speaking

clamor

loud noise

regaled

entertained

pupils

black circle in your eye that opens to let in light

eloquent

sophisticated

emanated

comes out of

protruded

sticking out

discombobulate

confused

exasperating

annoying

deter

stop

tittered

laughing, giggling

insipid

ridiculously stupid

loped

slow motion running

malevolent

evil

odious

hateful

dapper

well-dressed

pulchritudinous

beautiful

nemesis

enemy

reek

stench, smell, odor

wafted

come off of something

putrescent

stinky

misdeed

something you shouldn't do

culpability

guilt

sycophants

minion

cohorts

colleagues or acquaintances

epithets

insult

ominously

threatening

bravado

full of yourself

infuriate

to make angry

derided

make fun of

putrid

disgusting

jocose

funny

alacrity

speed

regale

tale

sultry

humid

shimmering

really, really hot

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