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Chapters 10-14. Because of Winn-Dixie. overgrown (Page 61). Definition: thick ; overrun ; untidy Sentence : Our yard was so overgrown with flowers, you could hardly see our house. green thumb (Page 69). Definition: able to grow plants with ease

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chapters 10 14
Chapters 10-14

Because of

Winn-Dixie

overgrown page 61
overgrown (Page 61)
  • Definition: thick; overrun; untidy
  • Sentence: Our yard was so overgrown with flowers, you could hardly see our house.
green thumb page 69
green thumb (Page 69)
  • Definition: able to grow plants with ease
  • Sentence: I think my grandma has a green thumb because it seems that she can grown anything.
whimpering page 72
whimpering (Page 72)
  • Definition: crying; whining; moaning
  • Sentence: Our dog was whimpering because his food bowl was empty and he was hungry.
charming page 85
charming (Page 85)
  • Definition: enchanting; mesmerizing;showing charisma
  • Sentence: Some people practice charming snakes into swaying to music.
pathological page 78
pathological (Page 78)
  • Definition: abnormal; not normal
  • Sentence: I have a pathological fear of heights, thinking I could fall even if I am inside looking out a window.
routine page 87
routine (Page 87)
  • Definition: a habit; a usual practice
  • Sentence: My morning routine includes some of the following activities: eating, dressing, and brushing my teeth and hair.
cooped up page 89
cooped up (Page 89)
  • Definition: a feeling of being stuck inside
  • Sentence: I felt cooped up while we were on vacation because it rained the whole time and we had to stay in our hotel room.
dramatic page 103
dramatic (Page 103)
  • Definition: stagy; theatrical; an exaggerated reaction
  • Sentence: My dramatic cousin threw a tantrum because we wouldn’t let him swim while it was lightening.