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I had the ______ feeling that I was being watched. a) peculiarpeculiar b) selectingselecting c) snuffledsnuffled d) positivepositive
Peculiar – adjective – strange; not usual Next One
I spend a long time ______ the right gift. a) consistedconsisted b) advancedadvanced c) peculiarpeculiar d) selectingselecting
selecting – verb – picking out among many; choosing Next One
Because of a bad cold, I was ______ all day. a) selectingselecting b) snuffledsnuffled c) positivepositive d) consistedconsisted
snuffled – verb – breathed noisily because of partly stopped-up nasal passages Next One
The batter _______ of one cup of flour, one egg and a cup of milk. a) peculiarpeculiar b) selectingselecting c) consistedconsisted d) positivepositive
Consisted – verb – contained; was made up Next One
As a singer, Sheila was really _____ for her age. a) positivepositive b) consistedconsisted c) advancedadvanced d) peculiarpeculiar
advanced – adjective – beyond the beginning level; not elementary Next One
I was _____ I had left the cookie right here on the counter. a) snuffledsnuffled b) positivepositive c) consistedconsisted d) advancedadvanced
positive – adjective – certain; sure Next One
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A Library Card for Emilio Because of Winn Dixie
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Vocabulary Words in Because of Winn Dixie Ch EmbarrassedInstallment ProperlyPeculiar CongregationDrooped IrritatingIdentical TrustworthySnuffled.
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