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Bridge to Terabithia

Ms. Cayton

Vocabulary from the novel Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson

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1.a metallic vein, a body of ore
4.formally precis or proper
6.foreboding evil, threatening
8.to stoop or bend low
13.of a disease, universal, widely distributed
16.evoking or deserving pitty
17.a cruel and oppressive ruler
19.to shake with a slight but rapid motion, vibrate
21.inward curvature of the legs
22.the state of being mentally awake to one's surroundings
25.a primative dwelling
27.the portion of food that a cow returns from the first stomach to mouth to chew a second time
29.that one does not actually possess
33.employ endearments or flatterly to persuade someone to do something or give one something
34.unrelieved weight of inert objects
35.a fundamental, primary, or general law
36.to set free
37.a prepare (food) by dipping in beaten egg
38.defeat thoroughly
41.wretchlessly bad
42.to laugh quietly
43.one who kills or killing of a king
44.a military operation in which enemy forces surround a building or a town to get a surrender
2.to expel or banish (a person) from his or her country
3.a small part of a room set back from the main part
5.a low wall or railing at the edge of a bridge
7.a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence
8.to agree together; especially secretly to do something wrong or evil
9.sour curdled milk
10.the act of comforting that which comforts solace encouragements
11.the utter of a female cow
12.displaying or reflecting reluctance or unwillingness
14.to burn with very hot liquid or steam
15.random, out of the blue
18.to charge with a crime or fault
20.of great interest
22.brought together into a single whole
23.to draw air into the nose
24.to sit or stand lazily
26.a person exercising absolute power
28.to regard with contempt
30.to mimic or copy
31.to tremble convulsively, typically as a result of fear
39.prissy, to have an attitude
40.grains hulled and coarsely ground (hominy)

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