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The Giver by Lois Lowry. Vocabulary. Chapters 1-4. Adherence Apprehension Awed Bewildered Chastisement Gravitating Nondescript Nurturer Rarity Transgression. Apprehension ( ap - ri -HEN- siv ) adj. Uneasy or fearful about something that might happen

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The giver by lois lowry

The Giverby Lois Lowry

Vocabulary


Chapters 1 4

Chapters 1-4

Adherence

Apprehension

Awed

Bewildered

Chastisement

Gravitating

Nondescript

Nurturer

Rarity

Transgression


Apprehension ap ri hen siv adj

Apprehension (ap-ri-HEN-siv) adj.

Uneasy or fearful about something that might happen

Derivatives: apprehension, apprehensively

Chapter 1 Sentence:


Nurture nur cher v

Nurture (NUR-cher) v.

To care for and protect

To support and encourage

Derivatives: nurturer

Chapter 1 Sentence:


Awed awd adj

Awed (awd) adj.

Filled with or expressing an overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration, and fear, produced by something grand, sublime, or powerful

Derivatives: awe, awesome

Chapter 1 Sentence:


Transgression tranz gresh uh n n

Transgression (tranz-GRESH-uhn) n.

Violation of a law or command; sin

Derivatives: transgressor, transgress

Chapter 1 Sentence:


Adherence ad heer uh ns n

Adherence (ad-HEER-uhns) n.

steady devotion, support, allegiance, or attachment

Derivatives: adherent, adhere

Chapter 2 Sentence:


Chastisement chas tiz muhnt n

Chastisement (CHAS-tiz-muhnt) n.

discipline, especially by corporal punishment

Derivatives: chastise, unchastised

Chapter 3 Sentence


Rarity rair i tee n

Rarity (RAIR-i-tee) n.

something rare, unusual, or uncommon

Derivatives: rare, rarest

Chapter 3 Sentence:


Bewildered dih wil derd adj

Bewildered (dih-WIL-derd) adj.

completely puzzled or confused; perplexed

Derivatives: bewilderment, bewildering, bewilderedly

Chapter 3 Sentence:


Nondescript non di skript adj

Nondescript (non-di-SKRIPT) adj.

of no recognized, definite, or particular type or kind

Chapter 3 Sentence:


Gravitate grav i teyt v

Gravitate (GRAV-i-teyt) v.

to have a natural tendency or be strongly attracted (usually followed by to or toward)

Derivatives: gravitating

Chapter 4 Sentence:


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