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The Outsiders. Chapter 3-4 Vocabulary Words. Sophisticated. You’re more emotional. We’re sophisticated – cool to the point of not feeling anything. Adjective Cultured; worldly. Elite. “And,” Two-Bit added grimly, “A few other of the socially elite checkered-shirt set.” Noun

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the outsiders

The Outsiders

Chapter 3-4 Vocabulary Words

sophisticated
Sophisticated

You’re more emotional. We’re sophisticated – cool to the point of not feeling anything.

Adjective

Cultured; worldly.

elite
Elite

“And,” Two-Bit added grimly, “A few other of the socially elite checkered-shirt set.”

Noun

A select group; the best.

resignedly
Resignedly

“Well,” cherry said resignedly, “they’ve spotted us.”

Adverb

Giving up; accepting the future.

unceasingly
Unceasingly

My teeth chattered unceasingly and I couldn’t stop them.

Adverb

Continual.

bootlegging
Bootlegging

Buck…made most of his money on fixed races and a little bootlegging.

Verb

Selling alcohol where not legally available.

apprehensive
Apprehensive

He was pretty well crocked, which made me apprehensive.

Adjective

Afraid; suspicious.

contemptuously
Contemptuously

“Oh, shoot, kid” – Dally glanced contemptuouslyover his shoulder – “I was in the bedroom.”

Adverb

Scornful; insolent

winced
Winced

He winced at the pain in his legs

Verb

To shrink back as from pain, feeling

bewildering
Bewildering

…I thought with a bewildering feeling of being rushed, things are happening too quick.

Adverb

Confused; perplexed.

premonition
Premonition

But this church gave me a kind of creepy feeling. What do you call it? Premonition?

Adjective

Previous warning, information,

feeling.