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Night Vocabulary (Set 2) Chapter one: Set 2 QUIZ = Friday (Set 1 and Set 2) BINDER CHECK = FRIDAY (list on my teacher website) Note: 6 words today not 5
illusion The Jews of Sighet were under the illusion that their lives were not in danger. The villagers #TREATED the horrific stories Moshe the Beadle shared with them as mere illusions because they did not want to believe such cruelty existed.
definition A false idea or belief POS: Noun Synonyms: misconception, fantasy, dream
dishearten “He did not want to dishearten the others or rub salt in their wounds (Weisel 6).” The farmer was disheartened by the damage that the severe drought had done to his crops.
definition Cause (someone) to lose determination or confidence POS : verb Synonyms: discourage, depress, disappoint, broken-hearted
deportee Many immigrants are deportees who were forced to leave their countries for political reasons. The soldiers drove the lorry filled with deportees to a concentration camp.
definition A person who has been or is being expelled from a country POS: Noun Synonyms: outcast, alien, outsider
Passover John was looking forward to celebrating Passover with his family and friends. Jewish people celebrate Passover in honor of their ancestors’ freedom from slavery in Egypt.
definition A holiday celebrating the Jews’ freedom from slavery in Egypt POS: Noun Synonyms: none
synagogue Jewish people visit the synagogue often to pray. Jewish business owners close their stores early on Fridays so they can attend the services at the synagogue.
definition The building where Jewish assembly or congregations meets for religious worship POS: Noun
boche The boche raided the houses looking for Jews that may be hiding. Many civilians were terrified of the boche and their constant beatings with truncheons.
definition Disrespectful term for German soldiers POS: noun Synonyms: none
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