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The Sign of the Beaver. Key Vocabulary – Part 2. © Brent Coley 2009 | www.mrcoley.com. See if you can correctly define the following vocabulary words. If necessary, use the context clues from the sample sentences to help you. gourd. gourd. Sample Sentence:

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Key vocabulary part 2

The Sign of the Beaver

Key Vocabulary – Part 2

© Brent Coley 2009 | www.mrcoley.com




Gourd

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Gourd1

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Sample Sentence:

Native Americans often used gourds as bowls for their food.


Gourd2

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Definition:

n.A kind of fruit that has a hard skin (cucumber, melon, squash, pumpkin)


goad sentences to


goad sentences to

Sample Sentence:

Bob tried to goad me into going with him, even though I knew I shouldn’t.


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Definition:

v.To urge someone or something on


Nimbly

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Nimbly1

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Sample Sentence:

The ballerina nimbly danced across the floor.


Nimbly2

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Definition:

adv.To do something quickly or with light movements


Indifferent

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Indifferent1

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Sample Sentence:

When Mom asked if I wanted Chinese or Mexican food, I was indifferent.


Indifferent2

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Definition:

adj.To feel that it doesn’t matter one way or the other


Lustrous

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Lustrous1

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Sample Sentence:

The new silver candlesticks looked lustrous in the light from the lamp.


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Definition:

adj.Reflecting light evenly without glitter or sparkle; shining evenly


Flaunt

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Flaunt1

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Sample Sentence:

Chris loved to flaunt his trophy he received for winning the tournament.


Flaunt2

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Definition:

v.To display something in a showy way (“Ooooh! Look what I have!”)


Boisterous

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Boisterous1

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Sample Sentence:

My next door neighbor’s party was so boisterous I couldn’t get to sleep.


Boisterous2

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Definition:

adj.Loud or rowdy


Reproach

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Reproach1

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Sample Sentence:

The teacher reproached the students for talking during the assembly.


Reproach2

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Definition:

v.To express disapproval


Disgruntled

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Disgruntled1

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Sample Sentence:

The employee was disgruntled by the poor working conditions.


Disgruntled2

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Definition:

adj.Not happy or content with the situation.


Spunky

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Spunky1

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Sample Sentence:

The cheerleaders were very spunky.


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Definition:

adj.Full of spirit; having a lot of energy


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