Activity 13C Vocabulary Words for Fahrenheit 451. Daniel Paul 3/13/13. Liquefaction (Noun). Definition: The process of making or becoming a liquid. Sentence in Text: Synonyms: Condensation, Melting Origin: Old French from Latin liquefacere . Parried.
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Activity 13C Vocabulary Words for Fahrenheit 451 Daniel Paul 3/13/13
Liquefaction (Noun) • Definition: The process of making or becoming a liquid. • Sentence in Text: • Synonyms: Condensation, Melting • Origin: Old French from Latin liquefacere
Parried • To ward off a weapon or blow: turn aside skillfully. • Sentence in Text: Page 103 “I calmly parried every thrust.” • Synonyms: Anticipate, Block • Origin: French