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Taming the Star Runner Vocabulary
Paddocks Small enclosure near a stable where horses are exercised.
Manuscript Written by hand or typewritten
Epitome A person that is typical of an entire class
Degenerate Sunk below a normal condition
Motto Saying that expresses ideals
keeled Fall over suddenly
shudder Shake or tremble in horror
Docile East to discipline
Disposition One’s temperament
Canter An easy gallop
Contempt Deliberate disregard for orders of a court
Miser One who hoards money
Reformatory Institution for detention of offenders used for correction
Tack Equipment placed on a horse that is used for riding.
Exhilaration To make joyous
flabbergasted To overwhelm with surprise
Delinquent One who neglects duty or the law
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