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Summer of Fire Vocabulary Author-Patricia Lauber. By Mr. Ochoa. Yellowstone (click on the link). withering. Causing to dry up and shrivel up. tinder. A material, such as dry twigs, that is used to start a fire because it burns easily. Threaten.

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withering
withering
  • Causing to dry up and shrivel up
tinder
tinder
  • A material, such as dry twigs, that is used to start a fire because it burns easily.
threaten
Threaten
  • To be in danger or express hostile intentions toward somebody
oxygen
oxygen
  • One of the gases that makes up air, needed for all burning
merge
Merge
  • To combine or unite
canopy
canopy
  • A roof like cover; the covering formed by leaves and branches in the forest
ember
ember
  • A small glowing bit of burning wood.
roman candles
Roman Candles
  • Fireworks that shoot out showers of sparks and balls of fire.
thunderheads
thunderheads
  • The spreading upper parts of thunder clouds
geyser
geyser
  • A natural hot spring that at time sprouts water and steam into the air
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bear
  • To move forcefully
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veer
  • To turn aside; swerve
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