Vocabulary for Mrs. Schmitkon's class
a bank or reef of sand
hoarse, grating, rough-sounding
quality of being able to recover rapidly, or resume the original shape after stress
of or pertaining to a king
harmfully, desiring to harm
stopped a blow by blocking it, warded off a blow or a question or a comment
urged on by prodding or tormenting
insert a comment abruptly into a conversation
marked by a lack of energy or interest
stripped the skin or flesh from, peeled off the skin or bark from
slipped away from, avoided capture by dodging away
the crime of swearing an oath that something is true which one knows is false,
cannot be conquered or overcome
Synonym for invincible
synonym for eluded
synonym for interjected
synonym for flayed
synonym for lethargically
antontym for regal
antonym for perjury
antonym for raucous
antonym for resiliency
antonym for malevolently
part of speech: cay
The cay was easily flooded by the ocean waves.
part of speech regal
•But this was no royal party - even if most of the guests were doing their best to look regal.
part of speech of parried
The man parried the blow from his opponent
Characters can develop....
through interactions with others and through events
First process question
Who is in this story?
Second process question
What does this character look like?
Third process question
What does this character do?
Fourth process question
What does this character say?
Fifth process question
What thoughts or feelings does this character have?