pesterverb<br />To bother; annoy<br />Kenny had stormed upstairs after losing his game and had not come back down again to...
jostledverb<br />Ideas jostled around in my brain and I tried to get them organized. (pg. 36)<br />Pushed and shoved aroun...
artificialadjective<br />Made by humans; not natural; fake<br />“There’s something called artificial silkworm food,” Patri...
fluorescentadjective<br />We printed them on fluorescent green paper, and I made the font really big so you could read it ...
flakyadjective<br />She gave each of us a bite or two and then would ask a million questions about the crust. “Was it flak...
fidgetverb<br />I tried not to fidget.  Why was she telling us this? (pg. 51)<br />To move nervously or restlessly<br />
lurchedverb<br />My stomach lurched a little. (pg. 52)<br />A staggering or tottering movement; sudden rolling<br />
crosslyadverb<br />“What about Monday?” I said crossly, pulling my arm away from him. (pg. 54)<br />In an angry manner<br />
reconnoiterverb<br />To inspect, especially to gather military information<br />For me, it was more like Agent Song having...
prejudicedverb<br />I hated thinking of her as someone who might be prejudiced against black people. (pg. 68)<br />Making ...
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Vocab proj m ch.4 6

  1. 1. pesterverb<br />To bother; annoy<br />Kenny had stormed upstairs after losing his game and had not come back down again to pester us, thank goodness. (pg. 36)<br />
  2. 2. jostledverb<br />Ideas jostled around in my brain and I tried to get them organized. (pg. 36)<br />Pushed and shoved around<br />
  3. 3. artificialadjective<br />Made by humans; not natural; fake<br />“There’s something called artificial silkworm food,” Patrick said. (pg. 41)<br />
  4. 4. fluorescentadjective<br />We printed them on fluorescent green paper, and I made the font really big so you could read it from far away. (pg. 48)<br />Glowing with vivid or bright colors<br />
  5. 5. flakyadjective<br />She gave each of us a bite or two and then would ask a million questions about the crust. “Was it flakier last week?” she’d say, or, “It’s still not flaky enough, is it?” (pg. 50)<br />Crisp fragments; odd<br />
  6. 6. fidgetverb<br />I tried not to fidget. Why was she telling us this? (pg. 51)<br />To move nervously or restlessly<br />
  7. 7. lurchedverb<br />My stomach lurched a little. (pg. 52)<br />A staggering or tottering movement; sudden rolling<br />
  8. 8. crosslyadverb<br />“What about Monday?” I said crossly, pulling my arm away from him. (pg. 54)<br />In an angry manner<br />
  9. 9. reconnoiterverb<br />To inspect, especially to gather military information<br />For me, it was more like Agent Song having to locate and reconnoiter the enemy’s headquarters before being able to carry out orders. (pg. 64)<br />
  10. 10. prejudicedverb<br />I hated thinking of her as someone who might be prejudiced against black people. (pg. 68)<br />Making a judgment or opinion without knowledge or examination of the facts<br />

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