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THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW 1

Pamela M. James

Vocabulary necessary to understand Washington Irving's folktale "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.'

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3.Named; denoted; designated
5.Removed or withdrawn into solidtude or retirement; secluded
7.The first day of the week; Sunday
10.Firmly established by long continuance; as a habit, practice, feeling, etc.; chronic
12.Having or showing little or no interest in anything; languid; spiritless; indifferent
13.A natural inclination or tendency
14.To consume liquids by drinking; to drink (lots of times referring to alcohol)
15.To remark or comment; to refer to; to turn attention to
17.The traditional beliefs, legends, customs, etc. of a people; lore of a people
18.A visible spirit; a ghost, especially one of a terrifying nature (This is the British spelling of the word.)
Down
1.The state of reposing or being at rest; rest;sleep
2.To re-echo or resound
4.Lying near or close; adjoining or neighboring
6.To skip about, a s in dancing or playing; to frolic
8.A youth
9.A mercenary (soldier) used to fight by England during the American Revolution
11.A state of dreamy meditation or fanciful musing; a daydream
13.Wisely, carefully, soberly
15.In a short time; soon
16.To present, especially on purpose; to profess or claim--often falsely

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