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Tom Sawyer Chapter 21 Vocab
Dome
Garret
Ferule
Gilded
a rounded vault forming the roof of a building or structure,…
small and unpleasant room
flat ruler with a widened end, formerly used for punishing ch…
covered thinly with gold leaf or gold paint.
Dome
a rounded vault forming the roof of a building or structure,…
Garret
small and unpleasant room
Tom Sawyer Chapter 21-25
Ample
Prevalent
Frivolous
Retribution
Enough
Being in or favored accepted
Not important
Punishment
Ample
Enough
Prevalent
Being in or favored accepted
23 terms
Tom Sawyer Ch.21-26
feebleness
conspired
ample
edification
weakness
worked together for no good
more than enough
enlighten; instruct
feebleness
weakness
conspired
worked together for no good
18 terms
Tom Sawyer ch 21-30
lethargy
retribution
dominie
festoons
Lack of energy; sluggishness
Punishment for bad behavior
one who rules over others
chain of flowers
lethargy
Lack of energy; sluggishness
retribution
Punishment for bad behavior
30 terms
Chapters 13 - 21 Tom Sawyer
concede
disturb
dauntless
avert
admit to a wrongdoing
destroy the peace or tranquility of
invulnerable to fear or intimidation
turn away or aside
concede
admit to a wrongdoing
disturb
destroy the peace or tranquility of
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 13-21
concede
disturb
dauntless
avert
(v.) to admit as true; to yield, submit
(v) destroy the peace or tranquility of
Fearless; cannot be intimidated
To turn away
concede
(v.) to admit as true; to yield, submit
disturb
(v) destroy the peace or tranquility of
20 terms
Tom Sawyer (Chapters 15~21)
retching (adj.)
mutinous (adj.)
plausible (adj.)
peal (n.)
vomiting
rebellious; unruly; uncontrollable
appearing to be true; reasonable
a loud, long sound
retching (adj.)
vomiting
mutinous (adj.)
rebellious; unruly; uncontrollable
8 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 18 - 21
Refrain
Lethargy
Vindictive
Languidly
Hold Back
Sluggish or Indifference
Vengeful or Unforgiving
Lacking Energy
Refrain
Hold Back
Lethargy
Sluggish or Indifference
14 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapters 21 and 22
feebleness
spasmodic
curtsy
gesticulation
weakness
sudden and violent but brief; fitful; intermittent
Gesture of respect by women and girls, made by bending the kn…
a deliberate and vigorous gesture or motion
feebleness
weakness
spasmodic
sudden and violent but brief; fitful; intermittent
8 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Chapters 21-22
fuddled
edification
unpalatable
transcendent
drunk
the act of instruction, especially moral or spiritual
unpleasant to taste, disagreeable or unacceptable
going beyond ordinary limits, superior
fuddled
drunk
edification
the act of instruction, especially moral or spiritual
19 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 17-21
how did becky react to toms death?
what was "one poor chaps" claim to fame?
where did the boys hide during their f…
what did aunt Polly do to huck and tom…
she was mournful; weepy; sad
he got licked by tom
unused gallery in the church
she hugged them and kissed them
how did becky react to toms death?
she was mournful; weepy; sad
what was "one poor chaps" claim to fame?
he got licked by tom
10 terms
Tom Sawyer vocab chpt 21-25
Urchin
Lethargy
Dignitaries
Spasmodic
Child
Indifference
Officials
Convulsive
Urchin
Child
Lethargy
Indifference
15 terms
Tom Sawyer chapter two
beguile
reluctance
alacrity
delectable
to influence by trickery
unwillingness
cheerful willingness; enthusiasm
delightful, enjoyable
beguile
to influence by trickery
reluctance
unwillingness
10 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapters16-21
Vincinity
Flaying
Roused
Swagger
The area near or surrounding a particular place
A whipping
To bring out of sleep;awaken
To walk or behave confidently
Vincinity
The area near or surrounding a particular place
Flaying
A whipping
13 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 1
conscience
vanity
vexed
sagacity
the ability to recognize right from wrong
extreme pride in one's ability, possessions, or appearances
annoyed or bothered by something
using wisdom or good judgement
conscience
the ability to recognize right from wrong
vanity
extreme pride in one's ability, possessions, or appearances
9 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 1
manipulate
harm
nourishments
orphan
manipulate
harm
8 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 18-21
refrain
lethargy
vindictive
languidly
(v.) - to hold oneself back, forbear
lack of energy; sluggishness
Disposed to seek revenge; revengeful; spiteful
Casually; without energy
refrain
(v.) - to hold oneself back, forbear
lethargy
lack of energy; sluggishness
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 27 - 28
bothersome
contemplate
listless
grisly
annoying
to view or consider with continued attention
spiritless, lacking energy
horrible
bothersome
annoying
contemplate
to view or consider with continued attention
25 terms
Tom Sawyer ch.21-25
Ample
Prevalent
Frivolous
Retribution
Enough
Being common
Not important
Punishment
Ample
Enough
Prevalent
Being common
10 terms
tom sawyer chapters 21-24
Gilded
Ferule
Dominie
Spasmodic
covered thinly with gold leaf or gold paint.
a flat ruler with a widened end, formerly used for punishing…
a schoolmaster.
occurring or done in brief, irregular bursts.
Gilded
covered thinly with gold leaf or gold paint.
Ferule
a flat ruler with a widened end, formerly used for punishing…
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 29 - 32
laden
boundless
procured
vagabond
heavily loaded
limitless
acquired or obtained
homeless wanderer
laden
heavily loaded
boundless
limitless
25 terms
Tom Sawyer vocab ch 21-25
ample
prevalent
frivolous
retribution
enough
"in" favored, accepted, common
not important
punishment
ample
enough
prevalent
"in" favored, accepted, common
25 terms
Tom Sawyer ch.21-25
Ample
Prevalent
Frivolous
Retribution
Enough
Being "in" or favored, accepted, or common
Not important
Punishment
Ample
Enough
Prevalent
Being "in" or favored, accepted, or common
18 terms
Tom Sawyer ch 21-30
lethargy
retribution
dominie
festoons
Lack of energy; sluggishness
Punishment for bad behavior
one who rules over others
chain of flowers
lethargy
Lack of energy; sluggishness
retribution
Punishment for bad behavior
20 terms
Tom Sawyer chapters 21-35
frivolous
pious
gilded
fluctuating
(of a person) carefree and not serious
devoutly religious
covered thinly with gold leaf or gold paint
to be continually changing in an irregular way
frivolous
(of a person) carefree and not serious
pious
devoutly religious
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 23 - 26
abashed
anguished
stupendous
repentant
embarrassed, ashamed
great physical or emotional suffering or pain
amazing
apologetic, guilty
abashed
embarrassed, ashamed
anguished
great physical or emotional suffering or pain
11 terms
Tom Sawyer - Chapter 4
to dig
treasure
pick
shovel
graben
Schatz
Pickel, Hacken
Schaufel
to dig
graben
treasure
Schatz
7 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 9
despair
pallid
ruffian
vagrant
Hopelessness
(adj.) pale, lacking color; weak and lifeless
a tough, lawless person; a brute; bully
An idle wanderer, tramp
despair
Hopelessness
pallid
(adj.) pale, lacking color; weak and lifeless
10 terms
Tom Sawyer chapters 7-10
andiron
cogitating
frivolity
accoutrements
a metal support, typically one of a pair, that holds wood bur…
think deeply about something; meditate or reflect.
lack of seriousness; lightheartedness.
additional items of dress or equipment, or other items carrie…
andiron
a metal support, typically one of a pair, that holds wood bur…
cogitating
think deeply about something; meditate or reflect.
5 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 6
joggle
window sash
bedpost
traversed
shake slightly
The operating or movable part of a window; the sash is made o…
a long post on all corners of a bed
moved over, across, or through
joggle
shake slightly
window sash
The operating or movable part of a window; the sash is made o…
25 terms
Tom Sawyer Ch 21-25
ample
prevalent
frivolous
retribution
a lot
generally practiced, accepted, occurring
silly, of little value or importance
punishment for evil done
ample
a lot
prevalent
generally practiced, accepted, occurring
17 terms
Chapter 17, Tom Sawyer
turns into
pretty
crime story
fence
blir
ganska
deckare
staket
turns into
blir
pretty
ganska
13 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 13
forsaken
blubber
transpired
sorrowing
Abandoned; deserted
Cry or whine with snuffling
occur, happen, take place
grieving, suffering
forsaken
Abandoned; deserted
blubber
Cry or whine with snuffling
15 terms
Chapter 18, Tom Sawyer
graveyard
started
watched
wanted to
kyrkogård
började
tittade på
ville
graveyard
kyrkogård
started
började
10 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 10
dire
mum
scrawled
incantations
exteremely urgent or serious
quiet
written hastily, carelessly, or poorly
chants, recitations, magic words
dire
exteremely urgent or serious
mum
quiet
11 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 11
gory
stolid
perplexed
infernal
bloody
unemotional; lacking sensitivity
confused, puzzled or bewildered
irritating and tiresome
gory
bloody
stolid
unemotional; lacking sensitivity
21 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 2
melancholy
quarreling
skylarking
marvel
sad; gloomy
fighting
running and jumping about; playing noisily
Tom's word for a marble
melancholy
sad; gloomy
quarreling
fighting
17 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 1
spectacles
resurrect
skin
Good Book
glasses
bring to view, attention, or use again
to strip, scrape, or rub off an outer covering (take off the…
Bible
spectacles
glasses
resurrect
bring to view, attention, or use again
16 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 4
tranquil
benediction
unirrigated
blighted
calm and peaceful
A blessing
unwatered
Damaged; destroyed; ruined
tranquil
calm and peaceful
benediction
A blessing
9 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 12
dejected
nuisance
clandestinely
avariciously
Downcast or sad; depressed
a bothersome annoying person
done in a secret or underhanded manner
in a greedy manner
dejected
Downcast or sad; depressed
nuisance
a bothersome annoying person
12 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 5
venerable
vestibule
heedful
restive
Commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity
small entrance hall
mindful; thoughtful
impatient of control; stubborn
venerable
Commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity
vestibule
small entrance hall
22 terms
Tom Sawyer-Chapter 3
maxims
intrepid
tan
virtuous
wise saying about life
fearless
thrash; whip
morally excellent
maxims
wise saying about life
intrepid
fearless
31 terms
tom sawyer 21-16
bounce
onslaught
conned
form
to beat severely
a violent attack
examined carefully
procedure
bounce
to beat severely
onslaught
a violent attack
10 terms
Chapters 21-25 Tom Sawyer Vocabulary
Urchin
Lethargy
Dignitaries
Spasmodic
A mischievous young child, usually poorly or raggedly dressed.
A lack of energy and enthusiasm.
A person of high importance because of high rank or office.
Occuring or done in brief, irregular bursts.
Urchin
A mischievous young child, usually poorly or raggedly dressed.
Lethargy
A lack of energy and enthusiasm.
8 terms
Tom Sawyer chs. 17-21
dignified
refrain
vindictive
fortify
adj. (noun: dignity)... Latin dignus: "worthy, proper, fitting"…
verb... Latin re: "back" + frenum: "bridle"... to resist and keep…
adj.... Latin vindicta: "revenge"... describes someone ... determined…
verb... Latin fortis: "strong"... to build up, strengthen or reinf…
dignified
adj. (noun: dignity)... Latin dignus: "worthy, proper, fitting"…
refrain
verb... Latin re: "back" + frenum: "bridle"... to resist and keep…
9 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Chapter 13
dismal
succumb
compact
indifferent
depressing, dreary
to fail to resist, to give up
a formal agreement between two parties
having no particular interest, unconcerned
dismal
depressing, dreary
succumb
to fail to resist, to give up
6 terms
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocab Chapters 21-25
Prevalent
Gilded
Forbearance
Contemptuous
generally or widely accepted
as if covered in gold
patience; lienience
extreme dislike
Prevalent
generally or widely accepted
Gilded
as if covered in gold
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 15 - 18 Vocabulary
wont
shoal
sullenly
vestibule
- the way someone is accustomed to doing something.
- shallow water courtesy of an underwater feature such as a s…
- showing irritation or grumpiness.
- a front hall.
wont
- the way someone is accustomed to doing something.
shoal
- shallow water courtesy of an underwater feature such as a s…
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 33-35 Vocabulary
forenoon
reverberations
traversed
musing
the time period between dawn and noon
multiple reflections of sound waves
traveled across or through
absorbed in thought
forenoon
the time period between dawn and noon
reverberations
multiple reflections of sound waves
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 3-6 Vocabulary
intrepid
grotesque
pliant
morosely
fearless; courageous
weird, bizarre
flexible
gloomy or ill-humored
intrepid
fearless; courageous
grotesque
weird, bizarre
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