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Wonder Vocab. Part 5: Justin
Terms in this set (8)
Perfectly clean, neat, or tidy
says something abruptly, usually as an interruption
An unlikely chance or occurrence, usually a surprising piece of luck.
moves swiftly and lightly
Active and lively, usually used to describe an old person
Performing an action or uttering speech at the exact same time as someone else
A long speech in a play or movie by one person
To give someone the right to receive or do something
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