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Caddie Woodlawn Vocabulary Chapters 15-16 N. Russo GES 2013
ominously suggesting something bad is going to happen The dark clouds hung ominously over the open field.
conspicuously easily seen or noticed The red convertible was conspicuous among all the silver cars.
coaxed persuaded After dinner, Enaly was coaxed into singing several songs.
foreboding a feeling that something bad will happen When the doctor spoke, his voice was dark and foreboding.
inadvertently accidentally The dog inadvertently knocked over the full glass of milk.
titters nervous laughs The titters spread into a roar of laughter after Warren couldn’t remember his poem.
Caddie Woodlawn Vocabulary Chapters N. Russo GES 2013.
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