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    • Sight Words The Stone Angel Chapter:5 by Hatice Oncel
    • stagnant
      • Dull, motionless
      • Stagnant water pg:152
    • tipsy
      • Unsteady, unstable
      • One leg tipsy pg:152
    • hick
      • a person from the countryside who is considered to be stupid and without experience pg:153
    • slough
      • Muddy area pg: 154
      • The sloughs were frozen
    • countenance
      • To approve
      • I won’t countenance pg:155
    • snatch
      • To grab
      • I snatch it pg:155
    • bile
      • A bitter greenish fluid
      • bile taste in my mouth pg: 155
    • gay
      • Merry
      • I am gay pg:155
    • wicket
      • A small gate or door
      • behind the wicket pg:155
    • perspiration
      • Sweat
      • feel the perspiration pg:156
    • sodden
      • Soaked
      • My dress sodden under the arms pg:156
    • agitate
      • to make someone feel anxious or angry
      • Look agitated pg:156
    • minx
      • a girl or young woman who knows how to control other people to her advantage pg:156
    • hideous
      • Horrible
      • Pg: 157
    • grope
      • Search for blindly
      • Pg:159
    • interminable
      • Endless
      • The ride is interminable pg:158
    • tote
      • To carry
      • Toting suitcases pg:158
    • blemish
      • Mark on the skin
      • Free of blemishes pg:159
    • provision
      • A stock of food
      • I must have provisions pg:160
    • spectacled
      • Wearing eyeglasses
      • Spectacled woman pg: 160
    • deplorable
      • very bad
      • She has deplorable posture. Pg: 160
    • chortle
      • To laugh
      • I have to chortle at the thought of it pg: 162
    • banister
      • Handrail
      • Pg: 163
    • swart
      • Dark in color
      • Not swart enough pg: 164
    • loom
      • To appear
      • Buildings loom around me pg: 164
    • hack
      • To cut
      • It has been hacked pg:167
    • plod
      • To walk slowly
      • I plod back down pg: 167
    • lanky
      • Tall and thin
      • James Reilly was lanky pg: 169
    • gumption
      • Capacity; shrewdness; common sense
      • You’ve got his gumption pg: 170
    • amicably
      • Friendly
      • We lived there amicably pg: 171
    • swell
      • Excellent
      • They were swell guys pg: 171
    • prowler
      • someone who moves around quietly in a place, trying not to be seen, often before committing a crime
      • I heard a prowler in the garden pg:171
    • recluse
      • a person who lives alone and avoids going outside or talking to other people
      • He’s kind of recluse pg: 172
    • expressions
    • to palm off something
      • to trick or persuade someone to take something
      • They’re trying to palm off now. pg:155
    • be in a lather
      • excited and agitated
      • I’m all in a lather pg: 156
    • Drat it
      • Slang an exclamation of annoyance
      • pg:157
    • be limp as a dishrag
      • feels worn out, tired
      • pg: 164
    • to charm the birds out off a tree
      • Exceptionally charismatic
      • pg:169
    • pull (himself) up by (his) own bootstraps
      • Improve your situation by your own efforts
      • pg: 170