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George Washingtons Socks Vocabulary Ch. 1-7
Vocabulary in George Washingtons Socks Ch. 1-7 BayonetContraption ExhilarationFormidable MusketsRescue SmirkSurvival Turncoats
What is another word for somebody who abandons or betrays a group or cause and joins its opponents?
What is another word for a blade that can be attached to the end of a rifle and used for stabbing?
What is another word for an insolent smile expressing feelings such as superiority, self-satisfaction, or conceit?
What is another word for saving somebody or something from a dangerous or harmful situation?
What is another word for shoulder guns with a long barrel and a smooth bore, used between the 16 th and 18 th centuries?
What is another word for a device or machine, especially one that appears strange or improvised?
What is another word for staying alive?
What is another word for making somebody feel happy, excited, and more than usually vigorous and alive?
What is another word for difficult to deal with or overcome?
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