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Part 2 - Vocabulary Charlotte Doyle
Audacity Shameless, boldness, courage
blithely Cheerfully, blissfully, in a carefree way
Clamber Climb clumsily and with great effort
concoct Devise, plan, create The men will concoct a plan for world domination
copiously Abundantly, satisfactory, Mariah Carey has a copious amount of shoes!!
despot Anyone in charge who acts like a tyrant or slave driver
ebb Weaken or lessen fade
fastidiousness Daintiness, state of being over-refined Attention, care
gape Stare with mouth open look
implacable Cannot be appeased Relentless Cruel, vindictive
morosely Gloomily, Cranky, sad
nil Nothing, none, blank
perplexity Bewilderment, confusion, confused
Rant Talk in a loud, wild way Yell, tirade
renounce Give up in a public announcement; deny, abandon I swear, I do not know him! We are not friends!
scrutinize Examine closely analyze
taut Stretched tight; stiff
intone Chant, drawl, Drone, recite
stoutly Bravely, courageous
undulating Moving in waves, twisting, winding
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