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The Lightening Thief: My Mother Teaches Me Bullfighting. Vocabulary. The Lightening Thief – My Mother Teaches Me Bullfighting Vocabulary. flitted – (verb) - to move lightly and quickly; to flutter, like a bird Grover’s eyes flitted to the rearview mirror.

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The lightening thief my mother teaches me bullfighting

The Lightening Thief:My Mother Teaches Me Bullfighting

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The lightening thief my mother teaches me bullfighting vocabulary

The Lightening Thief – My Mother Teaches Me Bullfighting Vocabulary

  • flitted – (verb) - to move lightly and quickly; to flutter, like a bird

    • Grover’s eyes flitted to the rearview mirror.

  • satyrs – (noun) goatlike men who drank and chased the nymphs

    • There are satyrs who would trample you underhoof for such an insult!

  • hallucination – (noun) A false perception that appears to be real

    • We hoped you’d think the Kindly One was a hallucination.

  • miffed – (verb) to be angry or offended by an action or a comment.

    • Grover was obviously still miffed about the donkey comment.

  • minions– (noun) a favorite follower of someone in power

    • “It’s nobody much, just the Lord of the Dead and a few of his blood-thirstiest minions.”

  • silhouette – (noun) the outline of a solid figure as cast by its shadow

    • It was a dark silhouette of a huge guy, like a football player.

  • reeked – (verb) to give off a strong, unpleasant odor; to stink

    • He reeked like rotten meat.

  • disintegrate – (verb) to break apart into pieces or parts; to shatter

    • He flailed, clawing at his chest, then began to disintegrate like crumbling sand, blown away in chunks by the wind, the same way Mrs. Dodds had burst apart.   


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