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Farewell to Manzanar. Vocabulary Hannah P.1/2. Confiscators. To seize by authority The confiscators took away the Japanese documents away from us because they might have secret information in them . Confiscators confiscate cool cars. Sinister. Bad, evil, wicked

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farewell to manzanar

Farewell to Manzanar

Vocabulary

Hannah P.1/2

confiscators
Confiscators
  • To seize by authority
  • The confiscators took away the Japanese documents away from us because they might have secret information in them.
  • Confiscators confiscate cool cars.
sinister
Sinister
  • Bad, evil, wicked
  • The sinister man robbed our house and stole everything in it.
  • Sinister spies spook spiders.
futile
Futile
  • Ineffective, useless, no result
  • The study guide was futile if you did not use it.
  • It was futile to rip up the tile.
dignity
Dignity
  • Nobility or worthiness of a person
  • The President has a lot of dignity because lots of people have respect for him.
  • Dig some dignity
fruitless
Fruitless
  • Useless, unproductive
  • Seat-belts are fruitless if you do not use them correctly.
  • A tree without fruit is worthless.
internment
Internment
  • To be confined sometimes as prisoners
  • They sent us to internment camps after the attack at Pearl Harbor because we are Japanese.
  • Enter internment
hostility
Hostility
  • (hostile) the feeling of being opposed to someone or something; not friendly or generous
  • The man treated us with hostility because we were Japanese.
  • No host should be hostile.
subordinate
Subordinate
  • Of lesser importance
  • She was subordinate because it was only her second week on her new job.
  • Substitutes are subordinate than the regular teacher.
aggravated
Aggravated
  • To make more severe or worse
  • They left us aggravated in the pouring, ice cold rain.
  • Aggravated=long word
  • Waiting outside=long time
intangible
Intangible
  • Incapable of being touched
  • The glass sculpture was intangible because if pressure was applied, it would break.
  • The tangle was intangible.
promenade
Promenade
  • A stroll or walk in a public place
  • There were people promenading down the road in New York City.
  • Before prom, we had a promenade.
pacify
Pacify
  • To bring to a state of peace; calm
  • The mother needed to pacify the screaming child.
  • Pacifier=pacify
oblivion
Oblivion
  • The state of being completely forgotten or unknown
  • The student was oblivion after they moved away.
  • Oblivion/oblivious
sustenance
Sustenance
  • Sustaining life; nourishment
  • The plant needed sustenance to live.
  • Sustain-->sustenance
subdued
Subdued
  • Quiet; inhibited; controlled
  • The subdued children never were a problem in the classroom.
  • The sub kept the kids subdued.
lethargy
Lethargy
  • The state of being drowsy or dull
  • She was lethargy after staying up all night.
  • Lethargy=groggy
assented
Assented
  • To agree or concur
  • She assented to doing her homework after she found out her mom would give her chocolate afterwards.
  • Assenting=agreeing
capitulate
Capitulate
  • To surrender unconditionally
  • The basketball team capitulated after they found out that they didn’t have enough players to play.
  • They captured the capitulated team.
assertive
Assertive
  • Confidently aggressive or self-assured
  • The bully acted assertive towards the younger kid.
  • Aggressive, assured, and assertive all have double letters.
authentic
Authentic
  • Not false or copied, genuine, real
  • The Chinese food was so authentic, the customers thought it was imported from China!
  • Authentic Authors are real.
bibliography
Bibliography
  • www.dictionary.com