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A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park Vocabulary. Chapter 1. Ch’ulp’o, Korea . Ch’ulp’o, Korea – 1150 to 1200. Perusal page 4 noun – to examine or look over. Glean page 4 verb - to gather left over grain. No avail page 5 to be of no use.

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A Single Shardby Linda Sue ParkVocabulary


Chapter 1

Ch’ulp’o, Korea

Ch’ulp’o, Korea – 1150 to 1200


Perusal page 4noun – to examine or look over


Glean page 4verb - to gather left over grain


No availpage 5to be of no use

He tried to get the shark back into the water but to no avail.


Emerging - page 7verb - to come into view


Droningpage 10adjective – a deep, dull, repetitive sound

double click here and hear! :)


Chapter 2


Emboldened - page 14verb – to be filled with boldness and courage


Communalpage 19adjective – collective ownership by a member of a group

These girls are eating at communal tables.


Precariouslypage 20adverb – unstable, dangerously ready to fall


Chapter 3


Fatiguepage 33noun – weariness, exhaustion from work


Brandishingpage 37-to shake or wave in an aggressive manner


Curt– adjective - page 30 - speaking in a rude, brief manner


Chapter 4


Unobtrusive- adjective- page 41 - Not noticeable


Tedious– page 41 – adjective- tiresome from being too long, slow, or boring


Residue- noun – page 43 - what remains after parts have been removed


Commission- page 46 - noun- a fee paid for work done


Chapter 5


Vigilance- noun - page 50- the state of being watchful


Translucent- adjective - page 51- permitting the passage of light


Tunic – noun - page 57- a simple, coat-like garment


Chapter 6


Stealth – noun - page 64- the act of stealing


Entourage – noun - page 66- one’s attendants or associates


Commiserated – verb - page 72- to express sorrow or compassion for


Chapter 7


Treacherously – adverb - page 80- marked by hidden dangers


Shard- noun- page 85 - a small piece, a fragment of pottery


Chapter 8


Tumultuous – page 89 - adjective – overwhelming confusion or violence


Serenity – noun – page 89- a state of being calm and at peace


Perils – noun – page 92 - dangers


Chapter 9


Foraging – verb – page 101- to browse and graze for food


Sincerity – noun – page 104- being honest and genuine


Chapter 10


Mock – verb – page 111- something done as imitation

Who is mocking whom?


Sovereign – noun – page 116- the acknowledged leader


Impeccable- adjective- page 119- perfect


Chapter 11


Menacing- adjective- page 122- to show intention of harm


Chapter 12


Dignified- adjective- page 133- showing worth, honor, and seriousness


Incredulous- adjective- page 136- incredible, hard to believe

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Skepticism- noun- page 138- an attitude of doubt


Clarity - noun- page 138- the state of being clear


Chapter 13


Subside - verb- page 144- to settle down, to become quiet


Bestowed- verb- page147- to give as a gift, an honor


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