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Animal Farm by George Orwell Vocabulary______Set 1________Chapter 1 and 2. benevolent – (adj) _ friendly, helpful, giving. The benevolent gentleman left his life’s savings to be divided between his church, the local library and a shelter for homeless people. p. 26.

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Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

Animal Farm by George Orwell

Vocabulary______Set 1________Chapter 1 and 2


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

benevolent– (adj) _ friendly, helpful, giving

The benevolent gentleman left his life’s savings to be divided between his church, the local library and a shelter for homeless people.

p. 26


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

benevolent– (adj) _ friendly, helpful, giving

The benevolent gentleman left his life’s savings to be divided between his church, the local library and a shelter for homeless people.

p. 26


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

cynical– (adj) _ showing mistrust or scorn of others’ motives

The thrice divorced millionaire’s cynical disregard of women his age led to his vow to never remarry.

p. 26


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

cynical– (adj) _ showing mistrust or scorn of others’ motives

The thrice divorced millionaire’s cynical disregard of women his age led to his vow to never remarry.

p. 26


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

knacker– (n) _ person who buys worn-out or old livestock and slaughters them to sell the meat or hides

The knacker bought old, sick horses to sell their

parts to be made into dogfood and glue.

p. 30


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

knacker– (n) _ person who buys worn-out or old livestock and slaughters them to sell the meat or hides

The knacker bought old, sick horses to sell their

parts to be made into dogfood and glue.

p. 30


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

preliminary– (adj) _ prior to or or preparing for the main

action or event

The talent and swimsuit competitions are preliminary

events to determine finalists for the Miss America pageant.

p. 33


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

preliminary– (adj) _ prior to or or preparing for the main

action or event

The talent and swimsuit competitions are preliminary

events to determine finalists for the Miss America pageant.

p. 33


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

expounded– (v) _ to give a detailed statement that explains, interprets or clarifies

President Obama expounded the advantages of a

universal health plan in everyday terms so even the

young children present understood how the plan

would work.

p. 36


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

expounded– (v) _ to give a detailed statement that explains, interprets or clarifies

President Obamaexpounded the advantages of a

universal health plan in everyday terms so even the

young children present understood how the plan

would work.

p. 36


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

counteract– (v) _ to neutralize, oppose or mitigate by

contrary action

The doctor administered an antidote to counteract

the poisonous venom so the man did not suffer any long term effects from the snake bite.

p. 37


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

counteract– (v) _ to neutralize, oppose or mitigate by

contrary action

The doctor administered an antidote to counteract

the poisonous venom so the man did not suffer any long term effects from the snake bite.

p. 37


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

gamboled– (v) _ frolicking, to leap about playfully

The excited students gamboled happily in the

falling snow as they celebrated school being

cancelled.

p. 40


Animal farm by george orwell vocabulary set 1 chapter 1 and 2

gamboled– (v) _ frolicking, to leap about playfully

The excited students gamboled happily in the

falling snow as they celebrated school being

cancelled.

p. 40


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