Week 1 Vocabulary. Junior English. In the red glow from the fire-box, a group of people stood huddled together on the platform, encumbered by bundles and boxes. The top of his left ear was gone… Surely this was the face of a desperado.
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In the red glow from the fire-box, a group of people stood huddled together on the platform, encumbered by bundles and boxes.
The top of his left ear was gone… huddled together on the platform,
Surely this was the face of a desperado.
Her voice was high and rather shrill, and she often spoke with an anxious inflection…
…for she was exceedingly desirous that everything should go with due order and decorum.
As we sat at the table, Otto and I kept stealing go with due order and covert glances at each other.
His iron go with due order and constitution was somewhat broken by mountain pneumonia…
But, as he uttered it, it became go with due order and oracular, the most sacred of words.
Their backs were polished go with due order and vermilion, with black spots.
I could still see nothing but rough red go with due order and hillocks and draws with shelving banks and long roots hanging out.
Pavel go with due order and was said to be an anarchist…probably his wild gesticulations and his generally excited manner gave rise to this notion.
e go with due order and ncumbered (adj.)—hindered; weighed down
desperado (n.) —bold or desperate outlaw
inflection (n.)—alteration in the pitch of the voice
decorum (n.)—appropriate conduct
5. go with due order and covert (adj.)—not done openly; concealed
6. constitution (n.)—physical make- up of a person
7. oracular (adj.)—wise; prophetic, sacred
8. go with due order and vermilion (adj.)—bright reddish-orange color
9. hillocks (n.)—small hills
10. gesticulations (n.)— vigorous gestures; body movements emphasizing speech