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  1. A kindergarten teacher needs great ___ because little kids ask hundreds of questions! abundance memoir homage agility forbearance

  2. forbearance

  3. We read “Eleven” from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. The book is not a novel or a memoir, but a collection of loosely-connected ____ all featuring the same protagonist, Esperanza. • reprisals • rejoinders • vignettes

  4. vignettes

  5. After he left office, the senator decided to write his ___. • memoirs 2. vignettes 3. dialects

  6. memoirs

  7. Since the baby cried ____, the mother did not get any sleep. • phenomenally • incessantly • imminently

  8. incessantly

  9. ____ by her sense of moral obligation, Christine felt it was her duty to volunteer for the blood drive. 1. Wreaked • Depicted • Impelled

  10. Impelled

  11. Kasey _____ disregarded the school rule about chewing gum and always had a wad of Bubblicious in her mouth. • malevolently • agilely • flagrantly

  12. flagrantly

  13. Danger was ____ as the floodwaters began to rise in the house. • arbitrary • intricate • imminent

  14. imminent

  15. Genocide, torture, and other horrendous ___ were committed during the Balkan Wars in the 1990s. • atrocities • rejoinders • indulgences

  16. atrocities

  17. The police carry ____ in their squad car; they are ready to apprehend dangerous criminals. reprisals vignettes shackles

  18. shackles

  19. My little brother is a terror; he can ___ a new toy in seconds! • shackle • culminate • dismantle

  20. dismantle

  21. Tornados are a natural ___ that can cause a great deal of damage to homes. atrocity phenomenon culminations

  22. phenomenon

  23. The congressman refused to ___ his statement in support of the bill, even though most people thought it was ineffectual. recant rejoinder dismantle impel

  24. recant

  25. In a ___ voice, the child asked the malevolent babysitter for a cookie. unseemly tremulous indulgent

  26. tremulous

  27. Try as he might, Michael Vick could not ___ the idea that he is a terrible person. impel culminate dispel recant

  28. dispel

  29. The girl’s outburst was not _____; she had been planning for days to tell off her friends. • rhetorical • intricate • sporadic • spontaneous

  30. spontaneous

  31. The black clouds were a sure sign of ____ weather approaching. inclement imminent incessant

  32. inclement

  33. At first the seating chart seemed _____, but then we noticed that Mrs. Hays had seated us alphabetically by our middle names. resilient arbitrary tremulous rhetorical

  34. arbitrary

  35. The parents did not let their children watch TV after nine o’clock because they thought many of the programs are too _____ for children. arbitrary resilient indulgent risqué

  36. risqué

  37. Emily was haunted by a ______ dream; every night she woke up in a cold sweat. reticent rejoinder recant recurring

  38. recurring

  39. The _____ way she treated her little brother changed my opinion about Julie; I did not want to be her friend anymore. atrocity ineffectual overt indulgent despicable

  40. despicable

  41. Lola’s grandmother made her a beautiful quilt with an ornate, ____ design sewn into the squares. inclement incessant intricate imminent

  42. intricate

  43. As witty as he was good looking, Eric always had a clever ___ to reporters’ questions. • recant • rejoinder • dialect • vignette

  44. rejoinder

  45. In the nanny’s opinion, the child’s parents were too _____; they bought her every new toy and video game. • intricate • imminent • inclement • indulgent

  46. indulgent

  47. Evie is an _______ reader; she read thirty-six library books this summer! • agile • atrocity • avid • dire • overt

  48. avid

  49. Begging and crying were ____; the teacher would not accept the late work. • impelling • indulgent • ineffectual • intricate