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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Key Vocabulary – Part 1 © Brent Coley 2008 | www.mrcoley.com
See if you can correctly define the following vocabulary words.
If necessary, use the context clues from the sample sentences to help you.
hoax Sample Sentence: Don’t give your money to him. It may sound like a good deal, but it’s a hoax.
hoax Definition: n. A trick, especially a made-up story made to look like it’s true
dominion Sample Sentence: His dominion stretched from the western sea to the eastern forest.
dominion Definition: n. Territory under the control of one ruler or government
inquisitive Sample Sentence: My little brother is very inquisitive. He wants to know everything!
inquisitive Definition: adj. Curious; asking many questions
beckon Sample Sentence: I saw her beckon me from across the playground.
beckon Definition: v. To signal by motion of the head or hand
festoon Sample Sentence: She decorated the room for the party with a large festoon that hung on the wall.
festoon Definition: n. String or chain of flowers, ribbons, etc. hanging from a curve between two points
prophecy Sample Sentence: The prophecy stated that one day the king would return and reclaim the land.
prophecy Definition: n. Something told about what will happen in the future
fraternize Sample Sentence: Bill likes to fraternize with his friends on the weekend.
fraternize Definition: v. To be friendly; to act in a brotherly way (to hang out)
earnest Sample Sentence: Donating the money showed she was earnest.
earnest Definition: adj. Sincere; serious
reign Sample Sentence: The king’s reign lasted 20 years.
reign Definition: n. Period of power of a ruler v. To rule
stammer Sample Sentence: I was so nervous when I began giving my speech, I started to stammer.
stammer Definition: v. To repeat the same sound while trying to speak; to hesitate in speaking
solemn Sample Sentence: The mood was very solemn at the funeral.
solemn Definition: adj. Serious
repulsive Sample Sentence: Many children think that Brussels sprouts are repulsive.
repulsive Definition: adj. Causing strong dislike “Ugh! That’s gross!”
centaur Sample Sentence: The centaur was like no creature he had ever seen before.
centaur Definition: n. Creature with the head, arms, and chest of a man, and body and legs of a horse
venture Sample Sentence: They didn’t want to venture outside because of the pouring rain.
venture Definition: v. To dare to come or go; to take a risk
gloat Sample Sentence: The opposing team gloated over their trophy after beating us in the final game.
gloat Definition: v. To think about or look at something with great satisfaction
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