15 terms

WW 3000 Book 6 Lesson 1

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affection
a fond or tender feeling
appeal
to make a earnest request; to ask
clasp
to grasp or hold tightly
conspicuous
easily or plainly seen
contribute
to give along with others who are giving
declare
to make known; to state openly
eloquent
skilled at speaking or writing; having the power to move people
exhibit
to show in public
ferry
a boat that carries people and goods back and forth across a stretch of water
immigrant
a person who comes to a country to live there
lofty
very tall or high
pedestal
a base or support on which something stands
persecute
to treat cruelly or harshly because of political, religious, or other differences
poverty
the state of being poor
unveil
to remove a covering from