Sign of the Beaver - Chapter 9 to 12
confused and unable to speak. (Chap. 9).
bent forward and down. (Chap. 9).
a young tree.(Chap.9).
in a way that shows casual indifference.(Chap.9).
(n) the short low gruff noise of the kind made by pigs.(Chap.9).
A person who eats the flesh of other human beings, man eater.(Chap.9).
horrible, nasty, frightening, disgusting.(Chap.9).
to signal by a gesture.(Chap.9).
stubborn; having a thick skull so information cannot pass through.(Chap.10).
overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli.(Chap.10).
dotted or adorned with or as with studs or nail-heads.(Chap.10).
a long pole with a sharp, pointed blade at one end.(Chap10).
difficult to understand.(Chap.10).
petty anger or intent to annoy.(Chap.10).
splashed through slush, mud, or water.(Chap.10).
a long narrow furrow cut either by a natural process (such as erosion) or by a tool (as e.g. a groove in a phonograph record).(Chap.10).
make a clean cut through.(Chap.10.).
walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud.(Chap.10).
beaver-like aquatic rodent of North America with dark glossy brown fur.(Chap.10).
a hard kind of stone.(Chap.10).
To take the insides out.(Chap.10).
restrained, slow-burning anger.(Chap.10).
decorations made of threads tied at the top and hanging freely at the other end.(Chap.10).
An American Indian woman.(Chap.10).
replied especially in a quick manner(Chap.11).
rough in texture.(Chap.11).
shabby and dirty.(Chap.11).
a stiff hair.(Chap.11).
messy and dirty.(Chap.11).
To roam around an area stealthily in search of prey, food, or opportunity..(Chap.11).
moving in a happy way.(Chap.11).
high-pitched barking (p. 143).(Chap.11).
A tree with smooth, white bark..(Chap.11).
a type of tree with leaves attached by flattened leaf stalks so they flutter readily in the wind.(Chap.11).
(past tense verb) to run slowly in a series of drops or a thin stream.(Chap.11).
a waterfall that flows over steep rocks.(Chap.11).
A round, bark-covered shelter. (Chap. 11)
hard; severe; unyielding; strict. (Chap. 11)
a mark or cut on a tree to indicate a trail.(Chap.11).
to walk slowly and heavily.(Chap.11).
(adj., part) in bad humor, discontented, annoyed.(Chap.11).
light soft moderately strong wood of spruce trees.(Chap.11).
Cautious; very careful.(Chap.11).
a lump of slimy stuff.(chap.11).
make less sharp.(Chap.12).
carved wood with a knife.(Chap.12).
a thin fragment or slice (especially of wood) that has been shaved from something.(Chap.12).
scooped something from the top.(Chap.12).
worn away or tattered along the edges.(Chap.12)
in a cruel and pitiless manner; sternly; harshly.(Chapter 12).