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Ashton R oy English 6 4-10--11. Outsiders Vocabulary. H esitation. A delay due to uncertainty of mind or fear. The hesitation made me feel very nervous about the choice I was about to make. Nonchalantly. Cooly unconcerned. I am nonchalantly about the quiz on Friday. Rebellious.

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h esitation
Hesitation
  • A delay due to uncertainty of mind or fear.
  • The hesitation made me feel very nervous about the choice I was about to make.
nonchalantly
Nonchalantly
  • Cooly unconcerned.
  • I am nonchalantly about the quiz on Friday.
rebellious
Rebellious
  • Defying or resisting some established authority.
  • She was rebellious when she found out she had to move.
editorial
Editorial
  • An article in a newspaper or other periodical presenting the opinion of the publisher, editor, and editors.
  • The editorial in the brochure gave us very useful information on our tour.
i ncredulous
Incredulous
  • Disinclined to believe.
  • The theory was incredulous because of how unreal it was.
s ympathetic
Sympathetic
  • Characterized by proceeding from , exhibiting, or feeling sympathy.
  • I was sympathetic to the family who lost their friend.
sarcasm
Sarcasm
  • Harsh or bitter derision or irony.
  • His sarcasm about my paper was not funny.
reputation
Reputation
  • The estimation in which a person or thing is held.
  • I have a reputation to uphold in school.
unfathomable
Unfathomable
  • Not capable of being fathomed.
  • She was so thirsty that it was unfathomable.
rivalry
Rivalry
  • The action, position, or relation of a rival or rivals.
  • There was a rivalry between the Texas High Tigers and the Arkansas High Hogs.