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TAKING SIDES TEST VOCABULARY
barrio Unkempt, over crowded, low income neighborhood “Lincoln referred to his old neighborhood as a barrio.”
suburb A city that’s right outside of a bigger city or town Example: Brookfield is a suburb of Milwaukee
smirk A small grin or a smile “The boy smirked when his friend told a joke in class”
ransack To go threw a house/apartment/room and make things messy “Lincoln’s old apartment was ransacked by burglars”
oblivious Unaware of what is happening “She was oblivious to the teacher’s lecture.”
neglect Abandon Ignore Deserted
affectionate Being warm friendly and kind “My grandma is always affectionate.”
grumble To complain or moan
frantic Anxious Worried or uptight This woman is frantically answering phones.
collide Bumped or run into Lincoln’s ball collided with Monica’s
satisfied Content Pleased Happy “It took 6 pieces of pizza to satisfy me.
intrude To go in somewhere you are not supposed to go “There was an intruder in my house.”
unscathed Unharmed Safe and sound “I made it out of the car crash unscathed.”
spectator Someone who is watching a concert or game The audience “There were a lot of spectators on Franklin’s side of the gym.”
mutter To talk low and quiet To mumble “Uh…Umm... I don’t know.” Lincoln muttered.
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