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Ch 7&8 vocab
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A large metal pot
Cauldron (n) The witches cauldron smoked with her bat stew.
a smell, especially a pleasant on
Aroma (n) Smelling the candle the room had a pleasant aroma.
syn pleasant smell
ant foul stench
To stick out, thrust forward
Protrude (v) The mammoth had horns protrude from its head.
syn poke through
ant to be hidden
to spend time thinking carefully and seriously about a problem, a difficult question, or something that has happened
Ponder (v) Mad Jerry had time to ponder over his decision.
ant drift off
the act of pointing out something to someone.
Indication (n) Bobs friend had an indication on his looks.
To feel annoyance towards someone.
Resent (v) The teacher said, "I resent the students having bad attitudes in class" .
Sentinel (n) The sentinel protected the president on Tuesday afternoon.
Timid (adj) Sally was timid with her home room classmates since she was the new girl.
syn cant talk
a language considered as one of a group that has a common ancestor: Persian, Latin, and English are Indo-European dialects.
Dialect (n) Searching for the dialect for the united states it is mostly English.
syn common language
ant mixed languages
The offspring of a white person and a black person.
Mulatto (n) Crying bobs classmates made fun of him for being a mulatto.
ant singular raced
people who are thought to be better than the rest of the community
Aristocracy (n) The aristocracy was located in the back of the lunch room.
syn better social life
ant poor social life
to throw or insert among other things
Interject (v) Playing football Edward had to interject the ball.
syn stand between
ant let past
having a likeness to something or someone
Resemblance (n) You and your mom have a really close resemblance.
syn look alike
a town that is poor and made up mostly or poor housing
Shantytown (n) We lived in the shantytown but it was at least something.
syn poor town
ant big rich town
to throw out (a person, especially a tenant) from land, a building, etc., by legal process, as for nonpayment of rent.
Eviction (v) At the end of the road, we heard a lady screaming at the person who gave her an eviction.
syn kick out
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