Vocabulary for chapter 1~4
To bring shame to.
To move or strike so as to make a dull.
A flexible twig
To wipe or clean with or as if with a mop.
Any of various largr birds that feed mostly on animals found dead and that are related to the hawks and eagles but have weaker claws and the head usually naked.
Slang . foolishness; nonsense.
to bring or come to an end.
(of moisture, liquid, etc.) to flow, percolate, or exude slowly, as through holes or small openings.
any item of food covered with dough, batter, etc., and fried or baked.
a person or thing that is dead, lost, or past recovery.
to support, or prevent from falling, with or as if with a prop.
a player on defense who takes a position close behind the linemen.
to fall or plump down suddenly, esp. with noise; drop or turn with a sudden bump or thud.
to transfer from one place, position, person, etc., to another: to shift the blame onto someone else.
a complete and ignominious failure.