Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Revolutionary War on
Wednesday
Vocabulary for Chapters 1-3
By Mrs. Berg
Captain
• noun the leader of a group of soldiers
buckles
• noun a metal piece that joins to straps
commander-in-chief
• noun the leader of all the soldiers
crept
• verb to walk carefuly so others would not
hear you (past tense of creep)
crouched
• verb Sit on one's heels.
hide-and-seek
• noun a game where one person looks for
others that
meet
• verb come to the same place
mist
• noun A cloud or light fog which has very light
rain.
muskets
• noun an old rifle, gun
notebook
• noun A book with blank pages for writing
notes
patriots
• One who loves and defends his or her
country.
peace
• noun A time when people are not fighting.
• peace
• war
peeked
• verb to look carefully so that no one sees
you
redcoats
• noun British soldier; so-called because of his
red coat, especially during the Revolutionary
War.
research
• noun,verb search for knowledge or
information.
riverbank
• noun where the land touches the river
scarf
• noun A piece of cloth worn around your neck
or shoulders to keep you warm.
scrambling
• verb to move quickly
serious
• adjective Of great importance; not playful
shadowy
• adjective dark shapes, not easy to see
shivered
• verb Shake, as from cold or fear.
shrugged
• verb raised shoulders that mean "I don't
know"
snow
• noun,verb Flakes of frozen water that fall
from clouds.
• Snowflake
• Snow flurries
• snowy
spying
• verb when you watch a person to see what
they are doing, but he doesn't know you are
watching him
suffering
• verb having pain
swirled
• verb move around in a circle
twilight
• noun,adjective when the sun is down, but it
is not fully dark
uniforms
• noun clothing that is the same for everyone
on the team or group
whispered
• verb Speak softly; in a low voice.
woolen
• A fabric made from the hair of sheep.
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Revolutionary war on wednesday ch 1 3

3,852 views

Published on

Published in: News & Politics, Education
  • Be the first to comment

Revolutionary war on wednesday ch 1 3

  1. 1. Revolutionary War on Wednesday Vocabulary for Chapters 1-3 By Mrs. Berg
  2. 2. Captain • noun the leader of a group of soldiers
  3. 3. buckles • noun a metal piece that joins to straps
  4. 4. commander-in-chief • noun the leader of all the soldiers
  5. 5. crept • verb to walk carefuly so others would not hear you (past tense of creep)
  6. 6. crouched • verb Sit on one's heels.
  7. 7. hide-and-seek • noun a game where one person looks for others that
  8. 8. meet • verb come to the same place
  9. 9. mist • noun A cloud or light fog which has very light rain.
  10. 10. muskets • noun an old rifle, gun
  11. 11. notebook • noun A book with blank pages for writing notes
  12. 12. patriots • One who loves and defends his or her country.
  13. 13. peace • noun A time when people are not fighting. • peace • war
  14. 14. peeked • verb to look carefully so that no one sees you
  15. 15. redcoats • noun British soldier; so-called because of his red coat, especially during the Revolutionary War.
  16. 16. research • noun,verb search for knowledge or information.
  17. 17. riverbank • noun where the land touches the river
  18. 18. scarf • noun A piece of cloth worn around your neck or shoulders to keep you warm.
  19. 19. scrambling • verb to move quickly
  20. 20. serious • adjective Of great importance; not playful
  21. 21. shadowy • adjective dark shapes, not easy to see
  22. 22. shivered • verb Shake, as from cold or fear.
  23. 23. shrugged • verb raised shoulders that mean "I don't know"
  24. 24. snow • noun,verb Flakes of frozen water that fall from clouds. • Snowflake • Snow flurries • snowy
  25. 25. spying • verb when you watch a person to see what they are doing, but he doesn't know you are watching him
  26. 26. suffering • verb having pain
  27. 27. swirled • verb move around in a circle
  28. 28. twilight • noun,adjective when the sun is down, but it is not fully dark
  29. 29. uniforms • noun clothing that is the same for everyone on the team or group
  30. 30. whispered • verb Speak softly; in a low voice.
  31. 31. woolen • A fabric made from the hair of sheep.

×