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refinery p. 9 (n.) a place where raw oil is changed into a useable product
galleons p. 11 (n.) a large sailing ship
koenoekoe p. 15 (n.) countryside
leeward p. 20 (adj.) the direction toward which the wind is blowing
mutiny p. 21 (n.) open rebellion against authority
alabaster p. 31 (n.) a mineral that is white-tinted or banded
calypso p. 34 (n.) a type of music that originated in the West Indies characterized by improvised lyrics
papayas p. 36 (n.) large yellow fruits of a tropical American tree
deftly p. 37 (adv.) quickly; skillfully
cay p. 57 (n.) a small low island
langosta p. 58 (n.) a clawless lobster native to the Caribbean
fronds p. 64 (n.) large leaves of palm
reeve p. 71 (v.) to fasten by placing through or around something
catchment p. 73 (n.) A structure for collecting water
rancid p. 77 (adj.) unpleasant; offensive
sea grape p. 76 (n.) an edible purple berry
conniving p. 83 (adj.) scheming; plotting
kin p. 85 (adj.) related in family
malaria p. 88 (n.) fatal disease caused by a parasite mostly carried by a mosquito
treacherous p. 94 (adj.) dangerous
stobs p. 96 (n.) posts or stumps
calico p. 101 (adj.) spotted
flayed p. 111 (v.) strip of outer skin
bung p. 114 (n.) a stopper for the opening of a barrel
flailing p. 123 (v.) waving or moving vigorously or erratically
gingerly p. 123 (adv.) cautiously; carefully
badgering p. 134 (v.) harassing; pestering
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