18 terms

Huck Finn Vocabulary Chapters 4-5 (Bookworm Edition)

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greedy
(adj.) always wanting more; selfish
to travel
(v.) to go from one place to another
majesty
(n.) someone who is royal; respected
to speak
(v.) to talk
to belong
(v.) to be owned by someone
happier
(adj.) more happy
quickly
(adv.) opposite of slowly; very fast
to fight
(v.) to resist; to argue with someone; to hit someone
to decide
(v.) to make a choice; to make a decision
raft
(n.) something flat that floats in the water
to float
(v.) to stay on top of the water
mistake
(n.) something wrong; error; fault
to steal
(v.) to take something without paying
prisoner
(n.) a person who is being held or confined
fake
(adj.) not real
adventurous
(adj.) liking adventure or excitement
dead
(adj.) the opposite of alive
to die
(v.) to stop being alive