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Vocabulary Words for Chapters 5 and 6Outsiders Vocabulary Words for Chapters 5 and 6
apparent Clear or open to view; visible AdjectiveFrom the very beginning, it was apparent that she was no ordinary child. Synonyms: visible, assumed, evident
bewilder To cause to lose one’s bearings; to perplex or confuse VerbThe new company policies began to bewilder some of the customers. Synonyms: baffle, befuddle, confuse
conviction A strong persuasion or belief NounHe shared my conviction that the policy is misguided and needed to be changed. Synonyms: assurance, certainty
elude To avoid or evade, escape the perception of VerbThe killer was able to elude the police. Synonyms: avoid, dodge, escape
implore To call or pray for earnestly Verb Don’t go! I implore you!Synonyms: appeal (to), beseech, beg, plead
indignant Feeling or showing anger because of something unjust or unworthy Adjective She wrote an indignant letter to the editor. Synonyms: angered, ballistic, enraged, fuming, furious
reluctantly Feeling or showing hesitation or uncertainty AdverbShe reluctantly followed her friends into the haunted house. Synonyms: hesitantly, unwillingly
sullen Gloomily or resentfully silent or repressed AdjectiveThe boy wore a sullen expression after being grounded for a month. Synonyms: cheerless, cloudy, bleak, depressing
testify To make a statement based on personal knowledge or belief; bear witness Verb She refused to testify against her husband at the trial. Synonyms: attest, swear, witness
vital Of the utmost importance AdjectiveMathematics is a vital part of the school curriculum. Synonyms: important, essential
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