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Maniac Magee. Vocabulary Chapters 4-6. emanations 18. cardinal 17. Words to Know. obvious 8. stupefied 19. mirage 18. weaving 14. clamoring 18. scanned 21 . wretch 16. hoisted 17. reeled 20. commotion 16. infamous 16. suffice 16 . emanations infamous obvious suffice

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Maniac Magee

Vocabulary

Chapters 4-6


emanations 18

cardinal 17

Words to Know

obvious 8

stupefied 19

mirage 18

weaving 14

clamoring 18

scanned 21

wretch 16

hoisted 17

reeled 20

commotion 16

infamous 16

suffice 16


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

scanned

to peer out at or observe repeatedly or sweepingly


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

wretch

an unfortunate or unhappy person


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

emanations

something that comes forth from a source


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

cardinal

of the greatest importance; fundamental


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

commotion

a state of confused and noisy disturbance


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

reeled

brought in


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

infamous

having a bad reputation


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

weaving

going in between


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

suffice

to be sufficient or enough


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

hoisted

raise (something) by means of ropes and pulleys;raise or haul up


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

stupefied

astonish and shock; to dull the senses


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

clamoring

make a vehement protest or demand


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

obvious

easily perceived or understood


emanations

infamous

obvious

suffice

commotion

cardinal

mirage

scanned

hoisted

stupefied

weaving

clamoring

wretch

reeled

mirage

something that appears real or possible but is not; optical illusion


Give your teacher a thumbs up if the scenario fits with the word and a thumbs down if it does not.


Emanations

-Someone said it was some sort of hallucination, possibly caused by evil spirits near 804 Oriole Street.


infamous

-Jesse James is known in History books as a person with a bad reputation.


reeled

-We brought the fish in by winding in the line.


Obvious

-It was difficult to tell that the storm was coming.


Suffice

-A quick look should be enough.


Commotion

-She was able to concentrate without disruption.


wretch

-Can that happy man tell us about the fair?


Cardinal

-The most important rule is to be respectful.


Mirage

-Everything we saw was real.


clamoring

- He was asking calmly about the due date for the project.


Scanned

- The police looked quickly over the entire crowd to try and find the escaped pets .


weaving

- He was moving from side to side to get through the crowd.


Stupefied

- The woman was tired, but she knew exactly what was going on around her.


Hoisted

- Giant overhead cranes hauled up the huge truck.


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Arnold Jones had apparently forgotten one of the cardinal rules of survival in the West End.

least important

of greatest importance


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Some believed there were evil emanations surrounding 803 Oriole Street.

Comes forth from a source

a real cause


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

This, of course, was the infamous address of Finsterwald.

bad reputation

good reputation


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Of course, there’s the obvious answer that sitting right across the Schuylkill is Bridgeport, where he was born.

hidden

easily understood


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Suffice to say that occasionally, even today, if some poor, raggedy, wretch is seen shuffling through town, word will spread.

to be enough

not able to say


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Later on that first day, there was a commotion in the West End.

easily understood

confusion


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Another swears it was a mirage , some sort of hallucination.

Seems real, but is not

Picture of


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

They scanned the railroad tracks for trains.

Looked over quickly

Ran quickly on track


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Arnold Jones was being hoisted in the air above Finsterwald’s backyard fence.

raised

flown


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

As the stupefied high-schoolers were leaving the scene, they looked back.

astonish & shock

eager & knowing


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

Bu the time he recovered from the shock, a little kid was weaving upfield through the varsity foot ball players.

Going in between

Running fast


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

First it’s a buzzlike trembling, then the shakes, and finally it’s as if every bone inside him is clamoring to get out.

forcing out

waiting inside


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

The poor wretch was seen shuffling through town.

elderly person

unfortunate person


Which means the same thing as the underlined word?

It reeled in every Pickwell kid for dinner every night.

Brought in

Scared away


You’ve got it!


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