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Across the Wide Dark Sea Vocabulary. anchor. A heavy metal hook attached to a ship that is dropped overboard to hold the ship in place. journey. a trip. cramped. crowded ; not enough room to move about. rigging.

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anchor

anchor

A heavy metal hook attached to a ship that is dropped overboard to hold the ship in place

journey
journey

a trip

cramped
cramped

crowded; not enough room to move about

rigging
rigging

all the ropes, chains, and pulleys used to control the masts and sails of a ship

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furl

to roll up and fasten

huddled
huddled

crowded close together

shuddered
shuddered

trembled or shivered suddenly

overboard
overboard

over the side of the boat

desperate
desperate

driven by a great need

My brother was desperate to win the race.

miraculously
miraculously

amazingly, like a miracle

Miraculously there was no accident during the race.

plucked
plucked

snatched, pulled out

The baby was plucked from the falling building.

survive
survive

to stay alive; to hold up or withstand

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jack

a mechanical tool used to raise or move heavy objects, such as a car or house

seeping
seeping

leaking slowly

The water is seeping into the boat.

worship
worship

to take part in a religious ceremony

faith
faith

trust or belief in something or someone

lurked
lurked

stayed hidden

shelter
shelter

something that protects or covers

swamps
swamps

areas of spongy, muddy land that is often covered with water

settlement
settlement

a small community in a new place

weary
weary

very tired

rough
rough

built in a hurry; not completely finished

defend
defend

to protect from attack

cannons
cannons

large, heavy guns attached to wheels

sprouting
sprouting

a new plant beginning to grow

growing

thatch roofed
thatch-roofed

a roof covered with straw or reeds