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Holesslides41 45

  1. 1. Holes 41-45Yaz, Hiro, Yo, Anh
  2. 2. abruptly ( Adj. ) Definition: Something happened unexpectedly. Synonym Suddenly, unexpectedExample :he stopped abruptly.
  3. 3. indistinct Definition: Not clearly or sharply delineated. Synonym unclear, confused, obscure, faint, blurred, vague, doubtful, ambiguousExample :an indistinct outline of a ship;His speech is rather indistinct.
  4. 4. bark Definition: 1) The harsh sound uttered by a dog. 2) tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants Synonym cover, skin, protection, layer, crustExample :Dont let the dogs bark.
  5. 5. Inexplicable (adj) [in-ik-splik-uh-buhl] Definition Too unusual or strange to be explained or understoodhttp://desmotivaciones.es/demots/201105/inexplicable.jpg- Instead he tried to recapture the feelings he’d had the night before – the inexplicable feeling of happiness, the sense of destiny. (Holes P190.)- The car’s position is inexplicable.
  6. 6. dunk (v) [duhngk] Definition To quickly put something into a liquid and take it out againhttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/_AKrZBWg3y0k/Ri6PJY-VlfI/AAAAAAAABy0/v7CmUqFU080/s400/DSC03304.JPG- They’d dunked their caps in the water hole before putting them on their heads.- He dunked a piece of bread in the stew.
  7. 7. retrieve (v) [ri-treev] Definition To find something and bring it back http://langfordk9.com/Quickstart/ImageLib/Aphttp://i.usatoday.net/news/_photos/2008/09/11/Israe ache7_retrieve.jpglmissingx.jpg - Zero climbed down after him, retrieving the sack along the way (Holes P191.) - She retrieved the bag from the river.
  8. 8. ROT (v.) To undergo decomposition, especially organic decomposition; decay. To become damaged, weakened, or useless because of decay It was the smell of thousands of onions, growing and rottingand sprouting. [Holes P.186]
  9. 9. STINK (v.) To emit a strong foul odor. Slang To have something to an extreme or offensive degree. Stanley smiled.”I bet we really stink.” [Holes P.186]
  10. 10. FLUTTER (v.) To wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner. To move or fall in a manner suggestive of tremulous flight. It stayed on Zero’s face for an amazingly long tim before fluttering off the side. [Holes P.187]
  11. 11. BarefootDef: not wearing any footwear.Ex: I love the feeling of walking barefoot on the beach.

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