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1 Forged by Fire Vocabulary

2 Vocabulary-Write in literature section Admiration-to show warm approval or appreciation for someone or something Flustered-to be nervous or upset Bleak-gloomy, cold, and depressing Sneer-a facial expression of hostility or hatred Devour-to destroy something rapidly and completely

3 admiration She (Angel) was so naturally fluid and rhythmic that all she needed was the music and her body did the rest. He (Gerald) noticed that the instructors pointed to her with smiles of admiration (p.101). Admiration-to show warm approval or appreciation for someone or something

4 flustered “Your mama is still my wife. She done forgave me. Why can’t you? I’ve changed boy. I’m a new man!” Monique seemed flustered and nervous. Jordan sat silent and staring. (p.104) Flustered-to be nervous or upset

5 bleak “Is Angel okay up there?” he (Mr. Washington) asked, glancing up at the bleak and depressing apartment building. (p.107) Bleak-gloomy, cold, and depressing

6 sneer Gerald hated the bench, and he hated Jordan. Jordan seemed to sneer at him from across the gym, feeling Gerald’s hatred and laughing at it. (p.110) Sneer-a facial expression of hostility or hatred

7 devoured The meat, crisp and split, ignited into a small flame, which found new fuel in the spots of grease on the stove. Soon the whole stove was covered with hot flames that licked and devoured everything they touched. (p.147) Devour-to destroy something rapidly and completely


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