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Rumble Fish Vocabulary Part One Biggs/Garcia – Sheltered English I
Words solitary glance clench annoy vacant cautious pester sincere edgy sarcastic tinge treaty crow vicious obnoxious simulate desperate flinch elite tolerate
solitary (adj.) - alone; without companions
glance (v.) – to look quickly or briefly.
clench (v.) to close (the hands, teeth, etc.) tightly.
annoy (v.) – to disturb or bother
vacant (adj.) – having no contents; empty; having no occupant; unoccupied
cautious (adj.) – Careful; showing, using, or characterized by caution.
pester (v.) – to irritate or bother persistently with petty annoyances
sincere (adj.) - genuine; real; honest
edgy (adj.)– nervously irritable; impatient and anxious
sarcastic (adj.)- using sneering or cutting remarks; insulting, scornful
tinge (n.)- a slight degree of coloration; tint
treaty (n.) - a formal agreement
crow (v.) – to boast, brag, or gloat
vicious (adj.) - wicked or cruel; villainous; mean
obnoxious (adj.) - highly objectionable or offensive
simulate (v.) - to assume or have the appearance of; imitate
desperate (adj.) - leaving little or no hope; very serious or dangerous
flinch (v.) - to shrink under pain; wince.
elite (n.) -persons of the highest class
tolerate (v.) - to endure; put up with
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