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The Astronaut and the Onion Vocabulary Paralyzed Unable to move or act . Erica was so nervous about her speech , she felt paralyzed . Astronaut A person trained to fly in a spacecraft . Astronaut Mae Jemison was the first African American female astronaut. Universe

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paralyzed
Paralyzed
  • Unable to move or act.
  • Erica was so nervous
  • about her speech , she felt
  • paralyzed.
astronaut
Astronaut
  • A person trained to fly in a spacecraft.
  • Astronaut Mae Jemison was the first African American female astronaut.
universe
Universe
  • Everything that exists including Earth, the planets, stars, and all of space.
  • The universe is so large that everything in space is very far apart.
endless
Endless
  • Having no limit or end.
  • There seemed to be an endless amount of water after the hurricane.
protested
Protested
  • Complained or objected to something.
  • Ms. M. protested that fur people should not be used in testing.
realistic
Realistic
  • Showing people, things, or events as they appear in everyday life.
  • You might want to be a rock star, but finishing school is a more realistic goal.
sensible
Sensible
  • Showing good judgment.
  • If you are biking, wearing a helmet is sensible.
pennants
Pennants
  • Long, narrow flags shaped like triangles.
  • Many people have LSU pennants in their rooms on flying from their cars.
time warp
Time warp
  • A shift in the progress of time that causes it to stop, slow down, or speed up.
  • I felt like I was in a time warp as I was falling down the stairs.