Class2 Vocab (irony+intro to reading)

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welter-weight / heavy weight
a category or weight class in boxing
cinnamon bear
a large, red haired man
freckles
coyote
a small wild dog that lives in North West America and Mexico
fox
A small wild animal that is like a dog.
wolf
scorn
a look of contempt or disdain
rifle muzzle
animal muzzle
comrade
friend
arrest
cause to stop; bring into custody
to use the power of the law to take and keep (someone, such as a criminal)
cowardice
lack of courage
nag
old name for a horse
dapper
old name for "handsome"
retribution
revenge
valorous
brave
echo
a reflected sound wave
marshal
police officer
scheme
plan
drift
float
transfixed
Rendered motionless with terror, amazement or awe
reputable
well thought of, having a good reputation
sedative
calming or soothing; often makes one sleepy
cork
Jack Frost
personification of winter
Mother Nature
personification of nature
mournful
feeling or expressing sorrow or grief
melancholy
gloomy state of mind
succulent
juicy
obscene
offensive
lyrical
melodious; songlike; poetic
profane
lewd, indecent
inspector
person who makes sure things are working or are safe
termite
a bug that eats wood
beam
The horizontal stone or timber placed across an architectural space to take the weight of the roof or wall above;
indulge
yielding to the wishes or demands of others
crude
crass, not refined or processed in manner
requisites
basic requirements; fundamentals
flock
massed together
physique
physical structure or organization of a person.
attested
bear witness; affirm to be true or genuine
umpire
an official who watches a game or match closely to enforce the rules
faculties
any of the power or capacities possessed by the human mind
cricket
a game played with a ball and bat by two teams of 11 players
baseball
a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of 9 players
pad
protective gear worn by people playing sports
collision
crash, clash
unflinchingly
fearlessly or determinedly
subconscious
doing something not really being aware of it
unconscious
a state of being unaware and unable to respond
legislation
a law or set of laws
derived
formed or developed from something else
aiding
helping
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