23 terms

A Charlie Brown Christmas

STUDY
PLAY
impatiently
not willing to wait for something or someone
caroling
to go from place to place singing Christmas carols
director
a person who directs a play, movie, etc.
sigh
to take in a let out a long loud breath in a way that shows you are bored, disappointed, relieved, etc.
advice
An opinion or suggestion about what someone should do
psychiatric
a branch of medicine that deals with mental disorders
recognized
to know and remember someone or something
audience
the people who attend a performance
enthusiasm
strong excitement about something
script
the written form of a play, movie or television show
cast
members of a play
shepherd
a person whose job is to take care of sheep
modern
relating to the present time or recent past
scrawny
very thin
sneered
to smile or laugh at someone or something with an expression on your face that shows dislike and a lack or respect
abiding
continuing for a long time; not changing
flock
a group of birds or animals
multitude
a great number of things or people
display
to put something where people can see it
disbelief
a feeling that you do not or cannot believe or accept that something is true or real
favor
a kind or helpful act that you do for someone
despair
to no longer have any hope or belief that a situation will improve or change
auditorium
a large room or building where people gather to watch a performance, hear a speech, etc.

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