Fever 1793 Vocab. #2

fever vocab. #21-40
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dogged
persistently pestered or bothered (you can't get rid of it) (verb, adj.)
imp
toddler/small child who gets into mischief (noun)
prohibited
banned, forbidden because it's against the rules (verb, adj.)
squirmed
jerk away, wriggled away to get out of something, antsed (verb)
calamity
tragedy, disaster, crisis (noun)
shabby
tattered, raggedy (adj.)
resolutely
surely and truely, without question, certainly (adv.)
putrid
foul, rotten, disgusting (adj.)
frail
weak, fragile, feeble (adj.)
notion
idea, epiphany, thought (noun)
vigilant
alert, dedicated, watchful (adj.)
gaunt
lost all flesh, close to death, frail, skinny (adj.)
feign
fake, pretend (verb)
fretting
worrying, being upset or tense (verb)
convey
pass along, communicate, tell (verb)
pestilence
widespread epidemic, very serious illness/disease (noun)
fared
gotten along, how someone did (verb)
frantic
crazily worried, panic-stricken (lots of energy) (adj.)
begrudge
to hold a grudge against someone, give in unwillingly (verb)
dollop
wad, scoop, plop "Do a ______ of Daisy!" (noun)