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VOCABULARY WORDS Trouble River by Betsy Byars
abandoned, empty, or vacant
Identifying with and understanding someone else’s feelings
To wake from sleep
Flexible or easily bent
A flash or beam of light
A woven cotton fabric
with great care, cautious, careful or wary
to go after something or strive to gain something
to challenge someone in power or to resist openly
to flinch, usually from pain
A current with a whirling motion, a whirlpool
to raise or lift
needing immediate attention, of high importance
a large group, mass, or crowd
Not to be trusted or unsafe
Showing doubt or unwillingness
to burn with a hot liquid or steam
a person who lives in a place, a tenant or resident
to leave a mark by pressing on something
The way someone or something acts; what they do a)behaviorbehaviorb)darknessdarknessc)illnessillnessd)silencesilence.
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