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Lesson 13 Vocabulary
bellowing A bellowing sound is a loud, low-pitched sound, usually made to show distress. What might make a bellowing noise?
outcast An outcast is someone who has been rejected or driven out by others. Why might a big brother feel like an outcast at his younger sister’s birthday party?
reputation A person’s reputation is what he or she is known for. How might a person earn a good reputation?
betrayed If you betrayed someone who trusted you, you let that person down. How would you feel if a friend betrayed you?
yearning A yearning is a great desire to have something that you may never be able to get. What might you have a yearning for on a hot day?
withered Something that is withered is dried up and faded. What does a withered flower look like?
escapades Escapades are carefree, mischievous, or reckless adventures. What escapades might a new puppy have?
unfathomable If something is unfathomable, it cannot be understood or known. Where would you consider an unfathomable place to visit?
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