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“Rip Van Winkle” Vocabulary
husking Rip was on his way to the local husking bee to prepare his neighbor’s corn.
husking removing outer covering from corn
landlord The landlord who ran the tavern stopped to ask Rip a favor.
landlord person who runs an inn
keg He wanted Rip to help him lift a large, wooden keg into his cart.
keg small barrel, which can hold about 10 gallons of liquid
oblige Rip was happy to oblige, and he hoisted the keg over his head.
oblige do a favor or service for someone
rascal The landlord said the merchant who sold him the keg was a rascal because he disappeared.
rascal mischievous or dishonest person
sprawled Rip climbed up into the landlord’s horse-drawn cart and sprawled out comfortably on the seat.
sprawled sat in a relaxed position with arms and legs spread out
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