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Shining Star Shifting Perspectives Unit 6 Part 2
barrier Noun something that separates us or holds apart obstruction, boundary opening, passage
defects Noun The lack of something necessary or desirable for completion or perfection; a deficiency imperfection, deformity Excellence, faultlessness
imitate Verb To use or follow as a model. copy, mimic original
repentance Noun Remorse or contrition for past conduct or sin Penitence, sorrow happiness
sorrow Noun Mental suffering or pain caused by injury, loss, or despair Grief, depression Happy, joy
tangible Adjective Possible to touch Real, touchable Abstracts, conceptual
brief adjective short concise, swift extended, lengthy
dreary adjective dull or boring gloomy, somber bright, cheerful
rejoicing Adjective Celebrating Delighted, joyful Depressed, downhearted
luminous Adjective Glowing Beaming, bright Dark
improvised Adjective Made without preparation, using what she had convert change Impromptu, makeshift Planned out, scheduled
convert Verb Change Alter, adapt Hold, keep
provoking adjective causing or tending to cause anger or resentment Egg on, tease Mind ones own business, keep quiet
immeasurable Adjective Enormous Infinite, bottomless Finite, measurable
dumb Adjective Unable to speak Voiceless, uncommunicative Communicative, speaking
vaguely Adverb Unclearly Indefinite, unclear Certain, clear
bitterness Noun The feeling of being angry because of something that someone has done or said. Agony, anguish Happiness, joy
languor Noun Feeling of tiredness Dullness, weakness Energy, liveliness
passionate Adjective Having very strong feelings Enthusiastic, eager Bored, not interested
groped Verb Felt around for something Feel for, explore
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uncomprehending Adjective Not understanding Dumbfounded, confused Aware, excited
despair Noun Feeling sad or having no hope Anguish, gloom Cheer, happiness
impatient Adjective Annoyed; irritated Edgy, testy Calm, easy going
sentiment Noun Feeling or emotion Passion, belief
drawing water Getting water from a well
spout noun Part of water pump where water comes out
vainly Adverb Without success Futile, fruitless Useful, successful
sowing verb Planting
bunk Noun Cabin Bed, residence Single bed, floor
confront verb Deal with an a direct way Challenge, encounter Avoid, dodge
interaction noun Action or communication between or among people Relationship, counterpart Contradiction, opposition
boundaries noun Borders or barriers Obstruction, barricade Opening, passage
facilitators noun People who encourage discussion about specific topics Help, aid
Traditional summer camp activities phrase Sports, games
perplexed adjective Puzzled or confused Mystified, taken back Clear, understanding
perceived verb Seeming to be a certain way Sensed, detected Understood, clearly stated
contentious adjective Likely to cause argument and disagreement Aggressive, quarrelsome Kind, passive
legitimate Adjective Lawful or right Authentic, sanctioned Illegal, illegitimate
intimidating Adjective Threatening or scary Frighten, alarm Comfort, encourage
composed Adjective Thoughtful Calm, at ease Agitated, nervous
proprietors Noun Owners Holder, land owner Renter,
sporadically Adverb From time to time Ever so often, not often All the time, consistently
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Prefix Definition: in front, against, in the way of.
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