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2 Vocabulary Journal Patricia Hatton

3 Nagged To annoy by constant scolding, complaining,or urging. An annoyed mother nagged at her children.

4 Figment Something invented, made up, or fabricated. The nightmare was just a figment of my imagination.

5 Reminisce To recollect and to tell of past experience or events. The grandparents sat there, reminiscing all afternoon,remembering old times.

6 Essence The most important ingredient, the crucial element. Time is of the essence.

7 Genuine Actually being what it seems or is claimed to be. This is a genuine diamond.

8 Temptation Appeal strong to. I have a temptation for candy.

9 Aspect One of the ways in which a subject or situation may be looked at or thought about. We have to consider all aspects of the situation.

10 Embedded Enclose in a surrounding mass. Happy moments are embedded in my memory.

11 Resentment The feeling that one has at being injured or insulted. Everyone feels resentment when they are injured or insulted.

12 Vindictiveness Bearing a grudge; wanting revenge. A vindictive person is never forgiven.

13 Occult Beyond the bounds of ordinary knowledge. Science is a very occult subject.

14 Profoundly Going far deeper than what is easily understood; having or showing great knowledge or understanding That book talks about some profound subjects.

15 Miraculously Marvelous, wonderful. The girl miraculously won the lottery.

16 Vulnerable Capable of being wounded or injured. The army left vulnerably.

17 Anecdote A short account of some interesting incident or event, often humorous or biographical. The Reader’s Digest has many anecdotes.

18 Nomination for Favorite Book A Child Called “It” This book makes you want to appreciate things you take for granted. Non-Fiction

19 Nominate Favorite Author Lois Duncan She writes suspenseful books.

20 Nominate Worst Book of all Time My Brother Sam is Dead James and Christopher Collier The title gave away the end and it was very boring.

21 The End


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