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  • 1. Sights Words The Stone Angel ch:4 By: Hatice Oncel
  • 2. fidget Move nervously or restlessly Children can't sit still for long without fidgeting.
  • 3. impertinence Disrespectful behavior or language an impertinent remark/question
  • 4. obliterate Wipes out completely All of a sudden the view was obliterated by the fog.
  • 5. gag Struggle for breath or choke Just the smell of liver cooking makes me gag.
  • 6. flourish Grows well or luxuriantly; thrives My tomatoes are flourishing this summer
  • 7. retch Vomit The sight of blood makes him retch
  • 8. constrict Make smaller or narrower by binding or squeezing The drug causes the blood vessels to constrict.
  • 9. laughingstock Victim of ridicule or pranks This team has become the laughingstock of the league
  • 10. clink jail
  • 11. imbecile Stupid or silly person
  • 12. pry Snoop; look or inquire too closely or curiously Reporters were prying into her personal life.
  • 13. carcass Dead bodies of animals The carcass of a deer lay near the road.
  • 14. meticulously Extremely carefully and precisely The entire project was meticulously planned.
  • 15. slovenly Habitually unclean or untidy I'll have to improve my slovenly habits
  • 16. inarticulate Unable to express oneself clearly His speech was inarticulate and it was obvious he had been drinking.

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