20 terms

The Crucible Act 3

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vestry
a room where meetings are held
anteroom
small outer room
affidavit
written declaration sworn before a judge
deferentially
with courteous respect or regard
reproach
blame or express disapproval
effrontery
boldness and disrespect
qualm
doubt
ipso facto
(Latin) by the fact itself
probity
moral excellence
placidly
calmly
sublime
of the highest moral or spiritual value
callously
showing no concern for other's hurt
guile
cunning; deceit; slyness
indignation
anger or annoyance at something unfair
incredulously
in a disbelieving manner
harlot
prostitute
slovenly
untidy or careless
transfixed
rendered immobile by shock
unperturbed
undisturbed
gulling
deceiving