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Brave as a Mountain Lion pages 170-201 Vocabulary
res er va tion
Many Native Americans live on a reservation, land set aside by the government as their home. reservation
Soon the reservation would be covered with darkness. reservation
A reservation is land set aside by the government for Native Americans to live on.
As the wind blew, the leaves drifted into a ditch. drifted
Any other night he would have been hoping his father would reach home before the snow drifted too high to push through. drifted
Drifted means piled up because of the wind.
I have always dreaded going to school on a test day. dreaded
But tonight was different. Tonight he dreaded his father’s coming. dreaded
Dreaded means looked forward to with fear.
qual i fied
She qualified for the track team because she was able to run fast. qualified
Spider’s father read out loud: “Dear Parent, I am pleased to inform you that your son Spider has qualified for the school spelling bee.” qualified
Qualified means fit or able to do a job or task.
gym na si um
Our school’s basketball games are played in the gymnasium. gymnasium
At recess the next day Spider peeked into the gymnasium. The huge room was empty. gymnasium
A gymnasium is a room or building that has equipment for physical exercise or indoor sports.
The water was swirling around the drain in the tub. swirling
He couldn’t see the far mountains for the swirling snow. swirling
Swirling means moving around and around in a twisting motion.
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