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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Key Vocabulary – Part 2 © Brent Coley 2008 |
See if you can correctly define the following vocabulary words.
If necessary, use the context clues from the sample sentences to help you.
mere Sample Sentence: I got a great deal on the painting. It cost me a mere $10.
mere Definition: adj. Only; nothing more than
treachery Sample Sentence: The spy was captured and thrown in jail for his treachery.
treachery Definition: n. Behavior that is not to be trusted
perish Sample Sentence: Many animals perished in the forest fire.
perish Definition: v. To die; to be destroyed
dismay Sample Sentence: To my dismay, my favorite team lost the game.
dismay Definition: n. Sudden helpless fear of what is about to happen or what has happened
summon Sample Sentence: The principal is going to summon the fighting students to his office.
summon Definition: v. To order to come
shudder Sample Sentence: The spooky noises in the haunted house caused Jason to shudder.
shudder Definition: v. To tremble with horror, fear, cold, etc.
incantation Sample Sentence: The wizard used an incantation to light the candle.
incantation Definition: n. A set of words spoken to cast a magic spell
shrill Sample Sentence: The woman’s shrill scream sent shivers down my spine.
shrill Definition: adj. Describes a sound that is high and sharp
vile Sample Sentence: The vile smell coming from the dumpster caused us to plug our noses.
vile Definition: adj. Very bad; foul or disgusting
prodigious Sample Sentence: A prodigious amount of people packed Times Square on New Year’s Eve.
prodigious Definition: adj. Very large in size, amount, or degree (so large, it makes you say, “Wow!)
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