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“Carlos and the Skunk” Vocabulary
nestled The campers were all nestled inside their sleeping bags to keep warm.
nestled settled in a snug place
peculiar Jessica told a peculiar story about a talking skunk.
peculiar unusual; strange
stunned Elise was stunned when she won the trophy in the essay contest.
stunned surprised: shocked
tortillas Maria was preparing tortillas filled with meat and cheese for dinner.
tortillas thin, round pancakes
unbearable Some classrooms are so cold that it is unbearable.
unbearable too awful to put up with
unpleasant When the skunk appeared, Joe noticed an unpleasant odor in the air.
unpleasant not enjoyable
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