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THE NIGHT ALONE VOCABULARY P. 404
BRUISED ( ADJ) Injured under the skin, showing a mark or discoloration He couldn’t sleep on his bruised shoulder because it hurt too much.
POUCH ( NOUN) A bag or sack The student carried a pouch filled with pencils and pens.
RECKLESS ( ADJ) Behaving or acting in a careless way, regardless of possible dangerous effects or results; not careful Reckless driving causes many accidents.
POSSESSION (NOUN) Something owned, property The autographed baseball is my most prized possession.
LODGE ( NOUN) Place to live in, especially a small or temporary house My aunt rents a lodge in the mountains for the summer.
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