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Cendrillon By Robert D. San Souci
1. crossly- in a grumpy or grouchy way
2. elegant- Marked by good taste; graceful
3. godmother - a woman who acts as a sponsor at a child’s christening
4. orphan- A child whose parents are not alive
5. peasant- a poor farm worker
6. proud- thinking too highly of oneself
7. hollow- false or meaningless; having a space or opening inside
8. pallet- a narrow, hard bed or mattress
9. riddance- a removal of something unwanted
10.gilded- Covered with a thin layer of gold
11. shift- a loose-fitting dress
12. chaperone- To accompany a young, unmarried woman in public
13. commotion- noisy activity
14. charged- commanded; ordered
15. hesitation- doubt or delay
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