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Vocabulary Chapters 16-18 Maniac Magee
Words to Know veering 57 blaring 59 clotted 60 gawked 62 coot 64 relief 59 propel 60 drenched 60 ranting 61
change direction suddenly veering Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
sound loudly and harshly blaring Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
a foolish or clumsy person; a thick mass of coagulated liquid; clotted Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
stared gawked Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
a foolish old person coot Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
relieving wonder; a feeling of reassurance and relaxation following release from anxiety or distress relief Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
to take rapidly forward propel Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
soaked drenched Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
to speak loudly ranting Veering Blaring Clotted Gawked Coot Relief Propel Drenched Ranting
Give your teacher a thumbs up if the scenario fits with the word and a thumbs down if it does not.
coot -My bright young cousin is attending college in the South.
veering -While driving through the park, the car changed direction suddenly and hit a tree.
drenched -I was soaked to the bone after the downpour.
gawked -The boy looked right past the new electronic game.
blaring -The radio was playing loudly and harshly.
relief -Larry was full of tension and anxiety.
clotted -He spoke with a clear loud voice.
propel -He moved rapidly forward in his car.
ranting - He was speaking calmly and quietly as he explained his position.
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?
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