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18 terms

Senor Coyote and the tricked trickster

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Author
I. G. Edmonds
origin
mexican folk tale
gnaw
to bite and wear away bit by bit with the teeth
gnaw
Antonym: to swallow
gnaw
Sentence: Please gnaw this leather strap in two and get me out of this trap.
gnaw
other form: gnawed
ungrateful
not thankful
ungrateful
Antonym: thankful
ungrateful
Sentence: Really, you children are ungratful.
ungrateful
other form: ungratefully
reproachfully
with blame
reproachfully
Antonym: with approval
reproachfully
Sentence: "Really you children are ungratful" said the teacher reproachfully.
reproachfully
other form: reproachfully
indignatly
angrily
indignatly
Antonym: happily
indignatly
Sentence: "Why, how can you suggest such a thing!" cried the girl indignatly.
indignatly
other form: indignat