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I Heart You, You Haunt Me

Kristen Ottesen

July 18, 2013 Study Strategies R902 Mrs. Kordas

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1.the general or universal condition of human existence; opposite of death
4.an emotional connection between to people; friendship; bond
8.a farewell statement; adios; so long
9.to go out of or away from; to depart
10.spirit; guardian; God’s messenger
11.to have life; to remain alive
12.of or pertaining to the treating or curing of disease; healing; restorative; rehabilitative
14.a bunch of flowers; an arrangement of flowers
15.bad conscience over responsibility; blame; disgrace; regret; remorse; self-condemnation; shame
16.sadness; hopelessness; unhappiness
17.healing treatment; cure; rehabilitation
19.to place the responsibility for a fault
21.a male friend; a male lover
22.adorable; cute; lovable; pleasing; precious
23.belief in something as true; belief that someone is honest
25.left behind; overlooked; overpassed
27.the state of being a friend; association as friends; companionship
28.the season between spring and autumn
29.the expanse of sand or pebbles along a shore
31.the act of devastating; destruction
33.the quality or state of being strong; moral power, firmness, or courage
35.to become dead; to cease to live; to pass away
38.to stop blame and give pardon; to accept an apology
39.give up; let go; forfeit; spare
40.things kept hidden or unrevealed; things that you don’t tell anyone
41.the ceremony for a dead person prior to the burial or cremation
46.to form a mental image of something not present to the senses; to vision; to visualize
48.to challenge a person into doing a demonstration; to challenge someone to take a risk
49.affections; appreciations; compassions; emotions; empathies; passions; sensitivities; understandings
51.the intentional taking of one’s own life; self-murder
52.departed; extinct; left; past; not here
53.to remain unseen; to not tell; to shield away; to keep secret; to conceal from sight
55.without end; eternally; always
56.to visit habitually or appear to frequently as a ghost or spirit; to disturb or distress
59.to wait; to not leave
60.crushed; in pieces
62.to speak softly; to say under one’s breath
64.feeling of mercy toward another; compassion; sympathetic or kindly sorrow evoked by the suffering, distress, or misfortune of another, often leading one to give relief or aid or to show mercy
65.concealed; secluded; secret; out of view; unseen
66.no longer to be found; missing
67.to feel sorry; grief
70.the succession of images, thoughts, or emotions passing through the mind during sleep
71.ambition; desire; hope; to long; to want
72.to weep; to shed tears; to bawl
73.the element, part, substance, or process that reasons, thinks, feels, wills, perceives, judges, etc.; brain; head
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2.to drop or descend under the force of gravity; to decline; to suddenly come or drop down
3.to cease or fail to remember; to be unable to recall; to leave unnoticed; to fail to think of
4.mirror image; duplicate; what you see when you look in the mirror
5.mental; emotional; of or pertaining to psychology; pertaining to the mind or to mental phenomena as the subject matter of psychology
6.the blood-pumping organ; the center of the total personality, especially with reference to intuition, feeling, or emotion; the capacity for sympathy; a soul
7.burial box; coffin
13.a frequent or favorite female companion; a female friend
18.guilty or bad conscience; guilt; pity; regret
20.to want back; to feel a loss; to feel the absence of something or someone
22.a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an inaccurate statement
24.a feeling; joy, sorrow, fear, hate, etc.
25.excused; pardoned; taken back
26.long word for teen
30.place where God lives; firmament; a kingdom in the sky
32.to twine together; cross; mesh
34.the soul of a dead person; a spirit of the dead; a shadowy figure
36.the absence of light; the state or quality of being dark
37.to learn of; to find out; to gain knowledge of
42.facts of existence; the state or quality of being real; the real word
43.to plunge into the water, especially headfirst; to fall or plunge through the air
44.to have confidence in the truth
45.the feeling that what is wanted can be had or that things will turn out for the best; ambition; dream; optimism
47.the season between summer and winter
48.the end of life
50.to break into pieces as by a blow; break into small pieces; smash
54.to feel sorrow or remorse for; remorse; sorrow; apology
55.a person who is attached to another by feelings or personal regard; a buddy; a companion
57.droplets from the eye, often caused by emotion
58.something that unites individuals in a group; a connection
61.a high steep face of rocks; an overhang on a hill or mountain
63.afraid; fearful; frightened; startled; terrified
66.a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person; a very strong liking
67.apologetic; remorseful; regretful
68.to spring clear of the ground or other support by a sudden muscular effort; leap; bounce
69.mental or emotional suffering or torment; physical suffering or distress

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