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Chapter 9 10. pandemonium 11. potential Chapter 13 12. malevolent 13. deprived Chapter 22 14. peer 15. malinger 16. coaxed 17. console a mnesia lather 20. predict.

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    1. Chapter 9 • 10. pandemonium • 11. potential • Chapter 13 • 12. malevolent • 13. deprived • Chapter 22 • 14. peer • 15. malinger • 16. coaxed • 17. console • amnesia • lather • 20. predict Chapter 11. peculiar Chapter 22. suspend Chapter 3 3. omnipotent 4. dignified Chapter 6 5. diabolic 6. divulge Chapter 8 7. detect 8. mournfully 9. ambush Walk Two Moons Ch. 1-22 Vocabulary

    2. Ch. 1 peculiarpe⋅cu⋅liar [pi-kyool-yer] • adjective • 1.strange; odd: peculiar happenings. • 2.uncommon; unusual: the peculiar hobby of stuffing and mounting bats.

    3. Ch. 2 suspend sus⋅pend [suh-spend] • verb • to stop for a period of time; interrupt

    4. Ch. 3 omnipotentom⋅nip⋅o⋅tent [om-nip-uh-tuh nt] • adjective • 1.having very great or unlimited authority or power.

    5. Ch. 3 dignifieddig⋅ni⋅fied [dig-nuh-fahyd]– adjective • characterized or marked by dignity or nobility; stately: dignified conduct.

    6. Ch. 6 diabolic dia·bolic (dī′ə bäl′ik) diabolical, diabolically • adjective • 1. of the Devil or devils • 2. very wicked or cruel; fiendish

    7. Ch. 6 divulgedi·vulge [di vulj] • verb • 1. reveal something: especially information that was previously secret

    8. Ch. 8 detect de·tect [di tekt] verb • 1.To discover the fact of: to notice or discover the existence of something • 2. Work on crimes: to investigate crimes or other matters as a detective

    9. Ch. 8 mournfullymourn·ful [mawrnfel] • adjective • 1.Sorrowfully: grievingly: a youth with a mournful face • 2. Causing or suggesting deep sadness

    10. Ch. 8 ambusham·bush [amboosh] verb • To lie in wait; to attack by surprise • An unexpected attack from a concealed position: They lay in ambush and waited for their victims.

    11. Ch. 9 pandemoniumpan·de·mo·ni·um [pandə monnee əm] noun • 1. chaos: wild uproar; noise • 2. noisy confused place: a place or situation that is noisy and chaotic

    12. Ch. 9 potentialpo·ten·tial [ pə tenshəl] adjective • Capable of being, but not yet in existence: posed a potential danger noun 1. Capacity for development: a capacity to develop, succeed, or become something

    13. Ch. 13 malevolentma·lev·o·lent [mə levvələnt] • adjective • 1. having or showing intense often vicious ill will toward others • 2. Harmful or evil: having a harmful or evil effect or influence

    14. Ch. 13 deprivedde·prived [di prīvd] • adjective • without basic needs: lacking the things needed for a comfortable or successful life

    15. Ch. 22 peerpeer [peer] • verb • To look intently: to look very carefully or hard, especially at somebody or something that is difficult to see, often with narrowed eyes • noun 1. Person of equal standing with another: in age or social class

    16. Ch. 22 malingerma·lin·ger [mə ling gər] • verb 1. to fake illness to avoid work

    17. Ch. 22 coax [kōks] coaxed, coax·ing, coax·es • verb • 1. persuade gently: to persuade somebody gently to do something • 2. gently make something work: to manipulate something patiently until it moves or works

    18. Ch. 22 consolecon·sole [kən sōl] • verb 1. to comfort: to provide a source of comfort to somebody who is distressed or disappointed

    19. Ch. 22 amnesiaam·ne·sia [am neezhə] • noun 1. loss of memory as a result of shock, injury, psychological disturbance, or medical disorder

    20. Ch. 22 latherlath·er [lathər] • noun • soapy froth: foam that is produced by soap or detergent used with water 2. state of agitation: a state of agitation or nervous anxiety

    21. Ch. 22 predict pre·dict [pre dikt] • verb 1.to tell about in advance: to say what is going to happen in the future, often on the basis of present indications or past experience