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A Royal Mystery By Audrey Carangelo discomfort noun-distress or unease Gavin felt a great deal of discomfort after he broke his arm in the football game.

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3 discomfort noun-distress or unease Gavin felt a great deal of discomfort after he broke his arm in the football game.

4 primitive adjective-simple, unsophisticated or crude Early telephones are considered primitive compared to today’s standards.

5 honored verb-accepting or enjoying respect or distinction The soldiers were honored with a special ceremony to thank them for their service to our country.

6 secretive adjective- concealing; not open or frank Ava’s parents were very secretive about her surprise birthday party.

7 immersed adjective-fully absorbed or occupied Kellee was so immersed in her book that she didn’t hear her mom call her for dinner.

8 bungled verb-botched; handled badly I was so embarrassed after I bungled the presentation in front of my new boss.

9 contagious adjective-spread by contact; communicable If you are sick, it is important to stay home because you may be contagious.

10 brandishing verb-waving about in a bold or daring manner The knight was brandishing his sword, waving it about.

11 imprinted noun-marked on a surface by printing or pressure The United States Mint imprinted the coins with a new design.

12 frequently adverb-happening often, repeatedly My friend frequently missed the bus because she forgot to set her alarm clock.

13 mimicking Verb-to imitate or copy My little sister makes me so mad, mimicking everything I say.

14 gingerly adverb-with great care or caution I set the vase down gingerly, being extra careful not to drop it.

15 assume verb-to take for granted or without proof Never assume that someone else will do your work for you.

16 sarcastically Adverb- using a sneering or cutting remark; irony “Sure I’d love to do extra homework,” I told my friend sarcastically.

17 filters verb-partially obstructed or blocked We use filters to make sure that the water is purified.

18 theme Noun-The moral or lesson to be learned from a story The theme of the movie was to not “judge someone by the way they look.”


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