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Vocabulary by Chapters BYSTANDER. Chapter 1 [ketchup] shamble -to walk awkwardly flee (fleeing) -to run away from danger or evil unresponsive –not replying.

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1 Vocabulary by Chapters BYSTANDER

2 Chapter 1 [ketchup] shamble -to walk awkwardly flee (fleeing) -to run away from danger or evil unresponsive –not replying or reacting Chapter 2 [pretty] avoid (avoiding) -keep away hesitate - delay unrefined – not precise presence- how someone presents themselves Chapter 3 [joking] mock -make fun of ingrain (ingrained) - existing quality leer -sidelong glance

3 Chapter 4 [fresh] fracture (fractured) -broken vanish (vanishing) -disappear revenge -payback Chapter 5 [school] disgorge (disgorged) -vomit torrent -outpouring immerse (immersed) -surround vast – large in size

4 Chapter 6 [hallenback] Lynch pin -hold together the parts that work as a unit undeterred -not discouraged imperceptible -very slight or subtle Chapter 7 [lunch] vacant –empty feeble (feebly) –weak or unconvincing reluctantly -unwillingly Chapter 8 [charmed] self-assured -confident Chapter 9 [gum] Quick-witted -clever

5 Chapter 10 [friend] constructive -productive geysers -a spring that discharges steam and hot water Chapter 11 [crazy] splintered –to split or break inconvenient -troublesome or difficult ungraspable -unable to hold or grip accusations –a charge of wrongdoing brooding -preoccupied with depressing thoughts essence -spirit, soul overwhelmed -overpower the thoughts, emotions, or senses faint -lacking brightness, strength etc.

6 Chapter 12 [shiner] deft -skillful Chapter 13 [pretzel] fringes –the outer edge tolerated –allow the existence of unfazed–not discouraged disastrous–causing great distress or injury bewildered –completely puzzled or confused spectacle –public show or display conceal –to hide Chapter 14 [flinch] cruel –knowingly causing pain acceptance –approval Instinctive (instinctively) –resulting from instinct glint –brief occurrence

7 Chapter 15 [visitor] opposition -the state of being placed opposite suspected -to believe to be guilty contempt -attitude towards a person he considers worthless escorted -guidance on a journey Chapter 16 [mary] Resemble (resembling) -to be like confessed -to admit as true Chapter 17 [slander] slander -a malicious, false statement bystander -a person present but not involved

8 Chapter 18 [story] Demur (demurred) -to make an objection atrocities -acts of extreme cruelty recruited -enlist person for service assured -guaranteed adjacent -being near or close essential -absolutely necessary appalling -causing dismay or horror inexplicable -unable to be explained

9 Chapter 19 [reaching] gnash (gnashing) -clench dismay (dismayed) -saddened Chapter 20 [out] console -comfort tentative (tentatively) -hesitant disperse -scatter distill (distilled) -purify Chapter 21 [crossed] proximity -closeness surmise (surmised) -guesswork unabashed -bold, shameless comical -funny apprehensive -anxious

10 Chapter 22 [boot] align (aligned) -on the side of subtle -understated lure (lured) -temptation smirk (smirked) -sneer constrict (constricted) -tighten serene -peaceful

11 Chapter 24 [fallout] downplay (downplay) -moderate feeble (feebly) -weak goatee -type of man’s trimmed beard resound (resoundingly) -resonate truce -ceasefire sullen -bad-tempered retort (retorted) -reply Chapter 25 [misfits] asylum -refuge scoff (scoffed) -ridicule Chapter 26 [bike] volition -will, desire expanse -vastness stir (stirrings) -rousing

12 Chapter 27 [locker] ominous (ominously) -threatening muster (mustered) -gather clench (clenched) -tighten goad -prod admonish (admonished) -reprimand Chapter 28 [confession] idle (idled) -lazy midst -middle obscure (obscured) -unclear

13 Chapter 29 [threat] hover (hovered) -drift evasive (evasively) -elusive taunt (taunted) -insult flaw (flawed) -fault smirk (smirked) -sneer Chapter 30 [repairs] mangle (mangled) -smash demure (demurred) -make excuses


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