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37 terms
Chapter 3 - Of Mice and Men
a horseshoe game
it wasn't much to you
ranch hands
never seem to give a damn
(n.) a game in which players throw horseshoes, aiming for a m…
(expression) it wasn't important to you
(n.) workers
(expression) never seem to care
a horseshoe game
(n.) a game in which players throw horseshoes, aiming for a m…
it wasn't much to you
(expression) it wasn't important to you
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Vocab - Chapter 3
Derision (n.)
Lynch (v.)
Concealing (v.)
Stride (n.)
mocking scorn; ridicule
to seize and punish someone believed to have commuted a crime
putting or keeping someone or something out of sight; hiding
a long step
Derision (n.)
mocking scorn; ridicule
Lynch (v.)
to seize and punish someone believed to have commuted a crime
12 terms
Of Mice and Men chapter 3
derision
receptive
reprehensible
bemused
ridicule or mockery
able or willing to receive something
deserving or rebuke or censure; blameworthy
puzzled, confused or bewildered
derision
ridicule or mockery
receptive
able or willing to receive something
24 terms
Of Mice and Men (Chapter 3 &4)
derision
lynch
concealing
stride
mocking scorn; ridicule
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
putting or keeping someone or something out of sight; hiding
a long step
derision
mocking scorn; ridicule
lynch
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
11 terms
Chapter 3- Of Mice and Men
Derision
Lynch
Concealing
Stride
mockery
to kill unlawfully by hanging
keeping from sight; hiding
walk with long, decisive steps in a specified direction
Derision
mockery
Lynch
to kill unlawfully by hanging
6 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3 Vocabulary
bemused
cowering
derision
receptive
confused; lost in thought; preoccupied
cringing in fear
ridicule; mockery; make fun of
open; welcoming
bemused
confused; lost in thought; preoccupied
cowering
cringing in fear
10 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
bemused
hoosegow
reprehensible
scuttled
preoccupied
jail
blameworthy
moved very quickly
bemused
preoccupied
hoosegow
jail
10 terms
Chapter 3 Of Mice and Men
aloof
derision
receptive
nuisance
distant, apart, at arms length
mockery, ridicule, scorn
open, flexible, willing
pest, irritant, burden
aloof
distant, apart, at arms length
derision
mockery, ridicule, scorn
21 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
confide/ confession
Scoff
contort/contortion
writhe
( verb) To tell someone a secret.
(verb) to make fun of; tease
( verb) Twist or bend out of its normal shape.
( verb) Make continual twisting, squirming movements or conto…
confide/ confession
( verb) To tell someone a secret.
Scoff
(verb) to make fun of; tease
19 terms
Of Mice and Men chapter 3
derision
thong
entranced
subsided
Contemptuous ridicule or mockery
a small cord used for binding
filled with wonder and delight
to calm down - to lessen
derision
Contemptuous ridicule or mockery
thong
a small cord used for binding
10 terms
Chapter 3 Of Mice and Men
aloof
derision
receptive
nuisance
distant, apart, at arms length
mockery, ridicule, scorn
open, flexible, willing
pest, irritant, burden
aloof
distant, apart, at arms length
derision
mockery, ridicule, scorn
14 terms
Of Mice and Men: Chapter 3
found
scuttled
derision
receptive
free food and lodging in addition to wages
ran playfully and nimbly
an expression of ridicule or contempt
open and responsive
found
free food and lodging in addition to wages
scuttled
ran playfully and nimbly
10 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
derision
receptive
scuttled
rheumatism
ridicule
ready or willing to receive favorable
to scrap or discard
any disorder of the extremities or back, characterized by pai…
derision
ridicule
receptive
ready or willing to receive favorable
6 terms
Of Mice & Men Chapter 3 Vocabulary
receptive
derision
scuttled
reprehensible
approachable; friendly; open
disrespect
scurried; moved quickly
guilty; blameworthy
receptive
approachable; friendly; open
derision
disrespect
10 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
nuisance
receptive
derision
subsided
a bothersome or annoying person or situation
able and willing to listen to and accept information or new i…
ridicule, mocking laughter
to become quiet, less active, less violent; or to sink to a l…
nuisance
a bothersome or annoying person or situation
receptive
able and willing to listen to and accept information or new i…
16 terms
Chapter 3: Of Mice and Men
Apprehension
Mauled
Aloof
Disarming
fear or nervousness, anxiety
destroyed or torn apart
uninvolved, removed from the group
charming
Apprehension
fear or nervousness, anxiety
Mauled
destroyed or torn apart
12 terms
Chapter 3 Of Mice And Men
Derision
Lynch
Concealing
Stride
Noun; mocking scorn; ridicule
Verb; to seize and punish someone believed to have committed…
Verb; putting or keeping someone or something out of sight; h…
Noun; a long step
Derision
Noun; mocking scorn; ridicule
Lynch
Verb; to seize and punish someone believed to have committed…
10 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
receptive
scuttled
rheumatism
euchre
open to arguments, ideas, or change
to run with quick steps
any disorder that has common swelling of muscles and joints.…
a card game play by two, three or four people
receptive
open to arguments, ideas, or change
scuttled
to run with quick steps
10 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
bemuse
bleat
cower
derision
to cause to be bewildered; confuse
to cry of a goat or sheep
to cringe in fear
hateful or teasing laughter; ridicule; a laughingstock
bemuse
to cause to be bewildered; confuse
bleat
to cry of a goat or sheep
10 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
Derision
Receptive
Scuttled
Subdued
Mockery
Open to arguments, ideas, or change
Moved very quickly
Restrained; quiet
Derision
Mockery
Receptive
Open to arguments, ideas, or change
12 terms
Of Mice and Men - Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Derision (n.)
Lynch (v.)
Concealing (v.)
Stride (n.)
mocking scorn; ridicule
to seize and punish someone believed to have commuted a crime
putting or keeping someone or something out of sight; hiding
a long step
Derision (n.)
mocking scorn; ridicule
Lynch (v.)
to seize and punish someone believed to have commuted a crime
12 terms
Mice and Men Chapter 3
derision
lynch
concealing
stride
mocking scorn; ridicule
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
putting or keeping someone or something out of sight; hiding
a long step
derision
mocking scorn; ridicule
lynch
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
9 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Dusk (adj.)
Euchre (n.)
Hoosegow (n.)
Entrance (v.)
shadowy; gloomy... The bunkhouse had a dusk look at night."
a card game... "I could never beat my brother at euchre."
jail... "If you break the law, you could end up in the hoosegow."
to fill (someone) with wonder and delight... "I was entranced by…
Dusk (adj.)
shadowy; gloomy... The bunkhouse had a dusk look at night."
Euchre (n.)
a card game... "I could never beat my brother at euchre."
7 terms
Chapter 3: Of Men and Mice
Concealing
Subdued
Impressively
Subsided
Hiding
To quiet or bring under control by physical force
Commanding attention; making a strong impression
Settle down
Concealing
Hiding
Subdued
To quiet or bring under control by physical force
24 terms
Of mice and men chapter 3
Derision
Lynch
Concealing
Stride
Mocking scorn
To seize
Putin or keeping out of sight
Long step
Derision
Mocking scorn
Lynch
To seize
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
Derision
Lynch
Concealing
Stride
Mocking scorn, ridicule
To seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
Putting or keeping someone or something out of sight hiding
A long step
Derision
Mocking scorn, ridicule
Lynch
To seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
77 terms
Of Mice and Men (chapter 3)
thud
occasional
clang
derision
名詞 可算名詞... ドシン,ドタン,バタン 《重い衝撃音》.... 用例 ... the --- of an explosion ドスンと…
限定用法の形容詞... 1時折の,時たまの.... 用例 ... an --- visitor 時たまの訪問者.... 2a〈詩文・音楽など〉特別…
名詞... [単数形で] ガーン[カチン,ガラン]という音.
不可算名詞... あざけり,あざ笑い.
thud
名詞 可算名詞... ドシン,ドタン,バタン 《重い衝撃音》.... 用例 ... the --- of an explosion ドスンと…
occasional
限定用法の形容詞... 1時折の,時たまの.... 用例 ... an --- visitor 時たまの訪問者.... 2a〈詩文・音楽など〉特別…
28 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
derision
cuckoo
receptive
confession
...
...
...
...
derision
...
cuckoo
...
11 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3 Vocab
derision
receptive
scuttle
slug
scornful ridicule
inclined/ able to receive
to scurry
gulp of liquor (shot)
derision
scornful ridicule
receptive
inclined/ able to receive
16 terms
Of Mice and Men, Chapter 3 Vocabulary
derision
defensively
hands
receptive
ridicule; mockery
on guard against attack, be it verbal or physical.
workers
able and willing to listen to and accept information, new ide…
derision
ridicule; mockery
defensively
on guard against attack, be it verbal or physical.
29 terms
Chapter 3- Of Mice and Men
Although there was evening brightness…
"Maybe he ain't ___, but I never seen…
Slim's calm ___ to confidence.
"You know how the hand are... Never se…
Bunkhouse
Bright ... Worker.
Invitation
Travelling
Although there was evening brightness…
Bunkhouse
"Maybe he ain't ___, but I never seen…
Bright ... Worker.
Of mice and men chapter 3
1. What is Susy's place? What does the…
2. When talking to Slim about Lennie,…
3. What are the two card games that Ge…
4. Carlson wants to put Candy's dog ou…
Susy's place is a whorehouse, it is where men go to pay for s…
This shows us that although Lennie might not understand every…
Solitaire and Euchre are the games that George plays in this…
The dog is old and broken like Candy, the dog is a symbol of…
1. What is Susy's place? What does the…
Susy's place is a whorehouse, it is where men go to pay for s…
2. When talking to Slim about Lennie,…
This shows us that although Lennie might not understand every…
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
Derision... Derision was heard tumbling…
Lynch... The townspeople decided to lync…
Concealing... Many people attempted to o…
Stride... Young children love to attempt…
Mocking scorn
To seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
Putting or someone or something out of sight; hiding
A long step
Derision... Derision was heard tumbling…
Mocking scorn
Lynch... The townspeople decided to lync…
To seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
13 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3 Vocab
scuttled
welter
hoosegow
reprehensible
to run with quick, hasty steps; scurry
wallow or roll, toss about, be in turmoil
jail
Deserving blame or punishment
scuttled
to run with quick, hasty steps; scurry
welter
wallow or roll, toss about, be in turmoil
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
derision
lynch
concealing
stride
mocking scorn; ridicule
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
putting or keeping someone or something out of sight; hiding
a long step
derision
mocking scorn; ridicule
lynch
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
25 terms
Of mice and men chapter 3
abruptly
apprehensive
archly
bridled
suddenly... brusquely
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
playfully... mischievously
showed hostility or resentment
abruptly
suddenly... brusquely
apprehensive
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
25 terms
Of mice and men chapter 3
abruptly
apprehensive
archly
bridled
suddenly... brusquely
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
playfully... mischievously
showed hostility or resentment
abruptly
suddenly... brusquely
apprehensive
(adj.) fearful or anxious, especially about the future
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Found
Scuttled
Derision
Receptive
Free food and lodging in addition to wages
Ran playfully
An expression of ridicule or contempt
Open and Responsive
Found
Free food and lodging in addition to wages
Scuttled
Ran playfully
5 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
bemused
cower
derision
reprehensible
(adj.) confused; lost in thought
(v.) to cringe in fear
(n.) ridicule; making fun of someone
(adj.) deserving blame or punishment; shameful
bemused
(adj.) confused; lost in thought
cower
(v.) to cringe in fear
6 terms
Of Mice and Men chapter3
scuttled
reprehensible
bemused
cowered
Moved very quickly
shameful; very bad
confused
Crouch down in fear
scuttled
Moved very quickly
reprehensible
shameful; very bad
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
derision
lynch
concealing
stride
noun; mocking scorn, ridicule
verb; to seize and punish someone believed to have a committe…
verb; putting or keeping someone or something out of sight, h…
noun; a long step
derision
noun; mocking scorn, ridicule
lynch
verb; to seize and punish someone believed to have a committe…
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3 Vocabulary
derision
lynch
concealing
stride
mocking; scorn or ridicule
to seize and punish someone believe to have committed a crime
putting or keeping something out of sight
a long step
derision
mocking; scorn or ridicule
lynch
to seize and punish someone believe to have committed a crime
37 terms
Chapter 3 - Of Mice and Men
a horseshoe game
it wasn't much to you
ranch hands
never seem to give a damn
(n.) a game in which players throw horseshoes, aiming for a m…
(expression) it wasn't important to you
(n.) workers
(expression) never seem to care
a horseshoe game
(n.) a game in which players throw horseshoes, aiming for a m…
it wasn't much to you
(expression) it wasn't important to you
6 terms
chapter 3 of mice and men
Scuttled
Reprehensible
Bemused
Cowered
Scurry
Deserving punishement
Shocked puzzled
Shrivel in fear
Scuttled
Scurry
Reprehensible
Deserving punishement
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
derision
lynch
concealing
stride
ridicule; mocking with scorn
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
hiding
a long step
derision
ridicule; mocking with scorn
lynch
to seize and punish someone believed to have committed a crime
7 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
fifty and found
rabbits in
rheumatism
euchre
$50
jumps in
painful joints
cards
fifty and found
$50
rabbits in
jumps in
33 terms
Of mice and men chapter 3
DERISION
RECEPTIVE
NUISANCE
LYNCH
Ridicule or mockery
Open and responsive to ideas or suggestions
a bothersome annoying person
putting a person to death by mob action without due process o…
DERISION
Ridicule or mockery
RECEPTIVE
Open and responsive to ideas or suggestions
10 terms
Of mice and men chapter 3
derision
fastened
confession
nuisance
to make fun of or embarrass
to lock in securley
admitting
to be annoying
derision
to make fun of or embarrass
fastened
to lock in securley
12 terms
Of Mice and Men Chapter 3
Derision
Lynch
Concealing
Stride
noun; mocking scorn; ridicule
verb; to seize and punish someone believed to have commrtted…
verb; putting or keeping someone or something out of sight
Noun; A long step
Derision
noun; mocking scorn; ridicule
Lynch
verb; to seize and punish someone believed to have commrtted…
10 terms
of mice and men chapter 3
bemused
derision
hoosegow
raptly
preoccupied, slightly dazed, deep ... in thought
scorn, disapproval
jail
intently
bemused
preoccupied, slightly dazed, deep ... in thought
derision
scorn, disapproval
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