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“The Wreck of the Zephyr” Vocabulary
spire Will climbed the church spire until he reached the top.
spire something that gradually comes to a point
shoreline The window provided a spectacular view of the sand and trees along the shoreline.
shoreline edge of the water
timbers On one section of shoreline, Will noticed an unusual pile of timbers.
timbers wood used for building
hull He wondered if these pieces of wood were once part of a ship’s hull.
hull sides and bottom parts of a ship or boat
treacherous As a sailor, he knew that the sea could prove treacherous in a storm.
ominous As his thoughts drifted to stormy seas, Will noticed the sky turning dark and ominous.
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