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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…
12 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 6
invited
ignore
jealousy
minister
to ask someone to come somewhere to do something
to pay no attention to something or someone
feelings of hurt, anger, or fear
a person who conducts religious worship; serves by helping
invited
to ask someone to come somewhere to do something
ignore
to pay no attention to something or someone
26 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 6
Why was Tom so miserable on monday mor…
Colicky
What was Tom's plan to stay home?
What did Tom ask Sid to give to Becky?
Because it began another week's slow sufferinf in school.
Severe fluctuating pain in the abdomen.
He assessed any symptoms to pretend to be sick, then consider…
His window sash and his one eyed cat.
Why was Tom so miserable on monday mor…
Because it began another week's slow sufferinf in school.
Colicky
Severe fluctuating pain in the abdomen.
Tom Sawyer Chapter 6
What excuse did Tom make on Monday so…
What does Aunt Polly think of Tom's ex…
How does Aunt Polly pull out Tom's too…
What are some notable things about Huc…
Tom claims his sore toe is mortified (affected by gangrene)
She starts laughing because it is so ridiculous.
She ties Tom's tooth to the bedpost with a string and thrusts…
1. His dad is the town drunkard ... 2. Mothers despise him ... 3. T…
What excuse did Tom make on Monday so…
Tom claims his sore toe is mortified (affected by gangrene)
What does Aunt Polly think of Tom's ex…
She starts laughing because it is so ridiculous.
10 terms
Tom Sawyer chapter 6-9
Isolated
Fetters
Admirable
Compensations
separated from other persons or things; alone; solitary.
a chain or shackle placed on the feet.
worthy of admiration; inspiring approval, reverence, or affec…
the state of being compensated.
Isolated
separated from other persons or things; alone; solitary.
Fetters
a chain or shackle placed on the feet.
20 terms
chapter6-10 tom sawyer
compensation
homage
pariah
animosity
anything given as an equivalent or payment for somthing
honor or respect
outcast
strong dislike or hatred
compensation
anything given as an equivalent or payment for somthing
homage
honor or respect
15 terms
Tom Sawyer chapter 6 and 7
Fetters
Ailment
Odious
Expectorant
Restraints
Sickness or illness
Bad or distasteful
External or outside
Fetters
Restraints
Ailment
Sickness or illness
16 terms
tom sawyer chapter 6-10
Odious
Incantation
pariah
fetters
exciting or deserving hatred disgusting
to enchant use of spells/charms
outcast/outsider
chains or shackles/ something that confines
Odious
exciting or deserving hatred disgusting
Incantation
to enchant use of spells/charms
27 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 6-12
Canvass
Homeage
Pariah
Reckon
consider in detail in order to discover features
respectful deference
a person who is rejected from society or home
deem to be
Canvass
consider in detail in order to discover features
Homeage
respectful deference
15 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 6-10
odious
incantations
pariah
fetters
exiting or diserving hatred; disgusting
to enchant-use of spells-charms
outcast/outsiders
chains or shackles/something that confines
odious
exiting or diserving hatred; disgusting
incantations
to enchant-use of spells-charms
27 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 6-12 Vocab
Jubilant
Manifest
Abide
Upbraid
Full of high-spirited delight
Clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgement
Dwell
Express criticism towards
Jubilant
Full of high-spirited delight
Manifest
Clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgement
20 terms
Chapter 6-10 Vocabulary Tom Sawyer
Comensation
homage
pariah
animosity
anything given as an equivalent or payment for something
honor or respect
outcast
strong dislike or hate
Comensation
anything given as an equivalent or payment for something
homage
honor or respect
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Chapter 6-10 Vocabulary
compensation
homage
pariah
animosity
anything given as an equivalent payment for something
honor or respect
outcast
strong dislike or hatred
compensation
anything given as an equivalent payment for something
homage
honor or respect
12 terms
Tom Sawyer - Chapter 5/6
cave
noisy
building
to be ill
Höhle
lärmig, laut
Gebäude
krank sein
cave
Höhle
noisy
lärmig, laut
44 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 5-6
Mien
Prodigious
Awe
Prodigy
(n.) air, manner; appearance; expression
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
a feeling of fear or nervous wonder and respect
A person with great talent; a young genius
Mien
(n.) air, manner; appearance; expression
Prodigious
(adj.) immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
27 terms
Chapters 6 - 12 Tom Sawyer
canvass
homage
pariah
reckon
consider in detail in order to discover essential features
respectful deference
a person who is rejected from society or home
deem to be
canvass
consider in detail in order to discover essential features
homage
respectful deference
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
8 terms
Tom Sawyer Ch 6-10
fetters
lugubrious
odious
pariah
n. shackles, binding
adj. mournful, sorrowful
adj. loathsome, despicable
n. outcast, outlaw
fetters
n. shackles, binding
lugubrious
adj. mournful, sorrowful
18 terms
Tom Sawyer: Vocab Ch 6
intervening
expectorate
hogshead
perceptible
an opportunity that arises or occurs before the reaching of t…
to spit
a large cask that contains approx. 64 gallons of liquid
able to be noticed or felt
intervening
an opportunity that arises or occurs before the reaching of t…
expectorate
to spit
45 terms
literature- tom sawyer
loathed
peril
covet
dilapidated
feeling intense dislike or disgust for
serious and immediate danger
yern to posses or have something
in a state of despair or ruin as a result of age or neglect
loathed
feeling intense dislike or disgust for
peril
serious and immediate danger
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Vocabulary - 5th Grade Literature
diligence
conscience
tranquil
melancholy
(noun) careful and persistent work or effort; rigor
(noun) an inner feeling or voice telling one the difference b…
(adjective) Calm; peaceful; free from disturbance
(adjective) a gloomy state of mind
diligence
(noun) careful and persistent work or effort; rigor
conscience
(noun) an inner feeling or voice telling one the difference b…
32 terms
Literature Tom Sawyer vocabulary
Perplexed
Guile
Sagicity
Melancholy
Puzzled, bewildered
Sly or cunning intelegence
The acuteness of mental discernment and sadness or judgment
Mournful; depressed
Perplexed
Puzzled, bewildered
Guile
Sly or cunning intelegence
25 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 6-12
canvass
homage
pariah
vacant
consider in detail
respectful deference
rejected from society
no occupancy
canvass
consider in detail
homage
respectful deference
36 terms
Literature: Tom Sawyer
perplexed
constitute
conscience
guile
confused, troubled with uncertainty or doubt
be parts that make up the whole. compose. comprise, form
knowledge of right or wrong morality
craftiness
perplexed
confused, troubled with uncertainty or doubt
constitute
be parts that make up the whole. compose. comprise, form
10 terms
Tom Sawyer Ch 6-9 Vocabulary for Test
melancholy
solemn
blubbering
rebuke
sad; depressed
serious; grave
crying
to criticize or reprimand sharply
melancholy
sad; depressed
solemn
serious; grave
Literature Tom sawyer words
perilous
vagabond
apathy
onslaught
full of danger or risks
a person who wanders from place to place without a home or job
lack of interest enthusiasm or concern
a fierce or destructive attack
perilous
full of danger or risks
vagabond
a person who wanders from place to place without a home or job
41 terms
Literature Tom Sawyer Vocab
Alacrity
Beguiled
Blighted
Boba Fide
Cheerfulness eagerness
Tricked deceived
Ruined, destroyed, declined
Perform in good faith; genuine
Alacrity
Cheerfulness eagerness
Beguiled
Tricked deceived
8 terms
chapter 4-6 tom sawyer
who killed dr. robinson
who got blamed for killing dr. robinson
why was tom moping around the school y…
who went with tom and huck to the island
injun joe
muff potter
he wanted to see becky
joe
who killed dr. robinson
injun joe
who got blamed for killing dr. robinson
muff potter
8 terms
Tom Sawyer, Chapter 4-6 Vocabulary
Convulsion
Disconcerted
Reprimand
Superintendent
spasm
Confused
To scold
a person who has the authority to supervise or direct
Convulsion
spasm
Disconcerted
Confused
36 terms
Tom Sawyer, Chapters 6-14
True
False
True
True
True or False: Tom made a big mistake when he told Becky abou…
True or False: Injun Joe was really a good man who always tol…
True or False: Tom and Huck saw what happened in the graveyard.
True or False: Tom decided to run away from home because of B…
True
True or False: Tom made a big mistake when he told Becky abou…
False
True or False: Injun Joe was really a good man who always tol…
9 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapter 1
manipulate
harm
nourishments
orphan
manipulate
harm
10 terms
Tom Sawyer CH 6-8
Wading
Streaming
Tender
Lifted Spirits
to walk in water or through water
to flow out of
Sensitive, fragile
Made to feel better
Wading
to walk in water or through water
Streaming
to flow out of
15 terms
Tom Sawyer Ch 6-10
odious
incantations
pariah
fetters
exciting or deserving hatred, disgusting
to enchant, use of spells, charms
outcast/outsiders
chains or shackles/ something that confines
odious
exciting or deserving hatred, disgusting
incantations
to enchant, use of spells, charms
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
11 terms
Tom Sawyer - Chapter 4
to dig
treasure
pick
shovel
graben
Schatz
Pickel, Hacken
Schaufel
to dig
graben
treasure
Schatz
10 terms
Tom Sawyer ch 6-12
pariah
idol
futility
oppressed
A social outcast, or an outcast
A person or thing that is greatly admired, loved, or revered.
Pointlessness or uselessness
Kept down
pariah
A social outcast, or an outcast
idol
A person or thing that is greatly admired, loved, or revered.
28 terms
Tom Sawyer: Chapters 4-6 Vocabulary
chime
intend
moan
doze
a musical sound, as when a bell is struck.
to have a plan in mind to do something
a low groan as if suffering, complain
sleep lightly
chime
a musical sound, as when a bell is struck.
intend
to have a plan in mind to do something
Tom Sawyer Ch 6-12
outcast
warts
tick
slate
(n) someone people stay away from
(n) small, hard growths on the skin
(n) a blood-sucking insect
(n) a tile of bluish-gray rock
outcast
(n) someone people stay away from
warts
(n) small, hard growths on the skin
17 terms
Chapter 17, Tom Sawyer
turns into
pretty
crime story
fence
blir
ganska
deckare
staket
turns into
blir
pretty
ganska
20 terms
Tom sawyer chapter 1-6
Agony
Alacrity
Covet
Derision
Great suffering or pain
Cheerful willingness eagerness
To desire to want
Scorn ridicule
Agony
Great suffering or pain
Alacrity
Cheerful willingness eagerness
15 terms
Chapter 18, Tom Sawyer
graveyard
started
watched
wanted to
kyrkogård
började
tittade på
ville
graveyard
kyrkogård
started
började
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
19 terms
Tom Sawyer Vocabulary Chapters 6-10
apprehensively
audible
quail
rebuke
uneasy, cautiously
loud enough to be heard
to lose courage
a sharp reprimand or scolding
apprehensively
uneasy, cautiously
audible
loud enough to be heard
11 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 1-6
Melodious
Alacrity
Obliged
Condescend
sweet sounding, pleasing to listen to
cheerful readiness, willingness
compelled, forced
to mock someone as being inferior(less than)
Melodious
sweet sounding, pleasing to listen to
Alacrity
cheerful readiness, willingness
12 terms
Tom Sawyer Chapters 1-6
Intrepid
Alacrity
August
Peril
adj, fearless
n, eagerness
adj, impressive
n, danger
Intrepid
adj, fearless
Alacrity
n, eagerness
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
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
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
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
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
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