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The Pinballs #5-8-Vocabulary. Ms. Hicks & Mrs. Muir. abruptly. My friend left the table abruptly and quickly. Sincerely or hopeful suddenly or unexpectedly suddenly or unexpectedly. commune. People go to the commune share lifestyle which is sometimes not accepted by others.

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the pinballs 5 8 vocabulary

The Pinballs #5-8-Vocabulary

Ms. Hicks & Mrs. Muir

abruptly
abruptly
  • My friend left the table abruptly and quickly.
  • Sincerely or hopeful
  • suddenly or unexpectedly
  • suddenly or unexpectedly
commune
commune
  • People go to the commune share lifestyle which is sometimes not accepted by others.
  • A small group of persons living together sharing work, possessions, income.
  • A small group of persons who do not believe in one another's customs.
  • A small group of persons living together sharing work, possessions, income.
crouched
crouched
  • The students crouched down quietly during the practice drill.
  • stand low
  • stooped low
  • stooped low
pester
pester
  • Siblings like to pester one another until they get so upset.
  • to bother persistently
  • not badger
  • to bother persistently
gnarled
gnarled
  • The tree appeared gnarled and twisted.
  • normal regular
  • distorted
  • distorted
clenched
clenched
  • I was so nervous, my hands were tightly clenched together.
  • constricted
  • Unclamped
  • constricted
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rave
  • The team would rave on and on about the big game they had.
  • talk out of turn
  • talk wildly
  • talk wildly
hovered
hovered
  • A group of students constantly hovered in Hale park.
  • do not hang around near a place or object
  • remained or lingered in or near a place
  • remained or lingered in or near a place
pester1
pester
  • My brother will constantly pester me after school.
  • harass; bother
  • kindness
  • harass; bother
majorette
majorette
  • The female majorette danced around at the parade during homecoming week.
  • a female baton twirler
  • A female in the marching band
  • a female baton twirler
startled
startled
  • The sixth grade class became startled as they entered the haunted house.
  • excited
  • suddenly shocked
  • suddenly shocked