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Vocabulary Test #6. model – (noun) – an example to follow. “My husband’s aunt, Clay Haggard, was a role model for me.” from “ Miss Clay, Pioneer Teacher” by: Geraldine Haggard. raise – (verb) – to take care of someone.

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model noun an example to follow
model – (noun) – an example to follow

“My husband’s aunt, Clay Haggard, was a role modelfor me.”

from“Miss Clay, Pioneer Teacher” by: Geraldine Haggard

raise verb to take care of someone
raise – (verb) – to take care of someone

“Miss Clay, her sister, and her brothers helped their parents raisemules to sell to the army and others.” from“Miss Clay, Pioneer Teacher” by: Geraldine Haggard

apprehensively adverb nervous anxious
apprehensively – (adverb) – nervous; anxious

“ Then she returned home to wait apprehensivelyfor the results by mail.”

from“Miss Clay, Pioneer Teacher” by: Geraldine Haggard

abundant adjective a large amount of something
abundant – (adjective) – a large amount of something

“She remembered helping her mother prepare abundant table of food for guests.” from“Miss Clay, Pioneer Teacher” by: Geraldine Haggard

strut verb to walk in a confident way usually to attract attention
strut – (verb) – to walk in a confident way, usually to attract attention
  • “ As many as twenty thousand turkeys strutted their way through town.” Meet Ruby Begonia

by: Geraldine Haggard

collapsing verb to fall down to lose strength suddenly
collapsing – (verb) – to fall down; to lose strength suddenly

“ They wanted to avoid the problem of the turkeys collapsing .” Meet Ruby Begonia by: Geraldine Haggard

claimed verb to demand or ask for something that one thinks has a right to
claimed - (verb) - to demand or ask for something that one thinks has a right to

“ They also claimed the turkey title. ” “The town claims the title, ‘The Turkey Capital of the World’ for the next year.” Meet Ruby Begonia by: Geraldine Haggard

penalty noun a punishment for breaking a law or rule
penalty – (noun) - a punishment for breaking a law or rule

“ Once the race begins, I receive a five-second penalty if there is physical contact between my team and me.” Meet Ruby Begonia by: Geraldine Haggard

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haughty – (adjective) – showing too much pride in oneself; bragging about oneself; saying hurtful things to others.

“He did not like haughtiness. He did not like hearing hurtful things spoken to his friend.”

Why the Beetle Has a Beautiful Shell by Geraldine Haggard

flashed verb to move quickly rushed raced
flashed – (verb) – to move quickly; rushed; raced

“Oh, no! yelled Rat as he flashed past Beetle and raced towards the finish line.”

Why the Beetle Has a Beautiful Shell by Geraldine Haggard

sluggish adjective not having much energy lazy slow
sluggish – (adjective) – not having much energy; lazy; slow

“He could not believe that sluggish Beetle had won.” Why the Beetle Has a Beautiful Shell by Geraldine Haggard

crept verb to move in a slow way without being noticed
crept – (verb) – to move in a slow way without being noticed

“He slowly crept back into the rainforest with his drab gray coat.” Why the Beetle Has a Beautiful Shell by Geraldine Haggard

barter verb trade pay for things using other things and not use money
barter – verb - trade; pay for things using other things and not use money

“Sometimes she would barter , or trade, for things they could not produce themselves.”Turn of the Century Farm Life” by: Geraldine Haggard page 2

socialized verb to behave in a friendly way towards others friendly conversations
socialized – verb - to behave in a friendly way towards others; friendly conversations

“After the service families socialized at picnics, box suppers, and other activities.”

Turn of the Century Farm Life” by: Geraldine Haggard page 2

fortunate adjective lucky
fortunate – adjective - lucky

“More fortunatewomen had iron stoves that burned wood.” Turn of the Century Farm Life” by: Geraldine Haggard page 1

permit verb allowed to give a chance or opportunity
permit – verb - allowed; to give a chance or opportunity

“When weather permitted, the family might take a trip into the nearest town.” Turn of the Century Farm Life” by: Geraldine Haggard page 2

barracks noun a one room building
barracks – (noun) – a one room building

“We lived with a lot of people in what were called barracks.”

Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki

barbed wire noun wire with sharp points all along it used for a fence
barbed wire – (noun) – wire with sharp points all along it, used for a fence

“…we were behind a barbed-wire fence. Soldiers with guns made sure we stayed there.”

Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki

glance verb a quick look
glance – (verb) – a quick look

“I glanced at the guardhouse behind the left field line and saw the man in the tower…”

Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki

mumbled verb to talk by barely moving your lips
mumbled – (verb) – to talk by barely moving your lips

“Then he made a mark in the dirt and mumbled something…”

Baseball Saved Us by Ken Mochizuki