peter pan 7-9

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boudoir
women's private dressing room
stodge
stuff himself with food
stodgy
slow and plodding because of physical bulkiness
sanguinary
bloodthirsty, murderous
score
in large groups/ a score of twenty
keepers
goalies or goal keepers
dinghy
small life boat on or towed behind a larger boat
happy hunting grounds
heaven, in native american belief
luff
turn the head of the vessel toward the wind
lubber
inexperienced sailor, variant of landlubber
brimstone and gall
strong language , similar to 'fire and brimstone'
cozening
deceit by trickery or clever coaxing
passing queer
rather strange
pestilent
morally, socially, or politically harmful, pernicious, deadly
little jay
overly talkative person, like a blue jay that won't stop twittering
stave
wooden staff
buccaneers
people resembling the pirates that attacked or robbed Spanish settlements in the West Indies
scurvy
contemptible, mean
tarpaulin
waxed, waterproof material used as a protection or covering
barque
variant of bark, a small sailing ship typically having three masts