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George Washington’s Socks Vocabulary Ch. 18-23 Mrs. Thornburg’s version
Vocabulary in George Washington’s Socks Ch. 18-23Casualty Cease Comrade Daft Disembark Foe Inscription Legend Rebel Vessel
What do we call someone who opposes or fights against people in authority?
What is another word for to get off of a ship or aircraft?
What is another word for someone who is hurt or killed in an accident or war?
What is another word for a ship or large boat?
What is another word for a friend, especially someone who shares difficult work or danger?
What is another word for an old, well-known story, often about brave people, adventures, or magical events?
What is another word for to stop doing something or stop happening?
What is another word for silly?
What is another word for a piece of writing inscribed on a stone, in the front of a book, etc.?
What is another word for an enemy?
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