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Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
Great horn spoon vocab
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Great horn spoon vocab

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  • 1. thVocabulary- Week of March 20 This is a presentation on the 10 “unknown” words. I hope you enjoy this presentation.
  • 2. SlakeDefinition: to cool or refreshExample: I slaked my thirst with water. Picture used from here
  • 3. LurchDefinition: A sudden roll to one sideExample: I lurched while the boat was bumping.The boat below has lurched to its behind! Picture used from here
  • 4. PenetrateDefinition: To pass through somethingExample: It penetrated the door.Picture used from here
  • 5. ClamorDefinition: An uproar; a protestExample: The workers clamored against their unfair employer.
  • 6. Scoundrel Definition: villain Example: The superhero fought the villain.Picture used from here
  • 7. MonotonyDefinition: lack of varietySentence: Theres a monotony of fruit at this supermarket. Picture used from here
  • 8. BansheeDefinition:the spirit of a dead womanSentence:The man, wearing his wifes death, saw a banshee. Picture used from here
  • 9. Tarry Definition: To wait Sentence: I tarried until my train came.Picture used from here
  • 10. InclementDefinition:Severe, harsh weatherSentence:The inclement weather prevented the boat from continuing. picture used from here
  • 11. StalwartDefinition: strongSentence: The stalwart man lifted many heavy weights.Picture used from here Picture used from here
  • 12. Enjoy! Vocabulary 3-22-12

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