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Outsiders Definitions. Caitlan Morris. Editorial. Article in a periodical presenting the opinion of the publishers or editors. The middle school editorial was discussing the issues of fighting. Hesitation. The act of hesitating.

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outsiders definitions

Outsiders Definitions.

Caitlan Morris.

editorial
Editorial
  • Article in a periodical presenting the opinion of the publishers or editors.
  • The middle school editorial was discussing the issues of fighting.
hesitation
Hesitation
  • The act of hesitating.
  • There was a slight hesitation from the dog when going to his new family.
incredulous
Incredulous
  • Unbelieving
  • The class was incredulous when the teacher told them they were going to six flags.
nonchalantly
Nonchalantly
  • Coolly unconcerned.
  • Zach won the third event at the swim meet nonchalantly.
rebellious
Rebellious
  • Defying or resisting some established authority.
  • The 8th graders were very rebellious.
reputation
Reputation
  • Public estimation of character.
  • Jolene has a reputation of going to sleep in social studies.
rivalry
Rivalry
  • The action, position, or relation of a rival or rivals; competition.
  • The two girls had a rivalry, competing for the gold metal.
sarcasm
Sarcasm
  • harsh or bitter derision or irony.
  • For some, sarcasm is like a second language.
sympathetic
Sympathetic
  • Characterize by, proceeding from, exhibiting, or feeling sympathy.
  • Everyone feeling sympathetic towards the wandering kittens.
unfathomable
Unfathomable
  • Incapable of being fathomed; immeasurable.
  • The finish line seemed infathomable.
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