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2 The Outsiders VOCABULARY component 2

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3 Indignant Ex. Sentence: “Johnny was so indignant he nearly squeaked.” ADJECTIVE Definition: angered at something unjust or wrong

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4 Premonition Ex. Sentence: “But this church offered me a type of creepy feeling. What do you call it? Premonition?” NOUN Definition: a emotion of evil to come

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5 Elude Ex. Sentence: “I to be trying to find the definition the poet had in mind, yet it eluded me.” VERB Definition: escape, one of two people physically or holy spirit

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6 Bewildered Ex. Sentence: “His eye were closed, yet when the door closeup of the door behind me he opened up them, and I unexpectedly wondered if my own eyes looked together feverish and bewildered together his.” ADJECTIVE Definition: confused, overwhelmed

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7 make use of Ex. Sentence: “ ’... Anyway, i was walking roughly downtown and also started to take it this quick cut v an alley’—Two-Bit was telling me about one of his numerous exploits while we did the dishes.” NOUN Definition: a notable accomplishment

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8 Conformity Ex. Sentence: “Soda dealt with for fun, Steve because that hatred, Darry because that pride, and also Two-Bit for conformity.” NOUN Definition: exhilaration according to particular expected standards.

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9 Contempt Ex. Sentence: “Because Darry to be standing there representing every one of us, and also maybe Paul felt just contempt and pity and hate for greasers?” NOUN Definition: absence of respect, dislike

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10 Defiance Ex. Sentence: “Yet in his hard confront there to be character, pride, and a savage defiance the the world.” NOUN Definition: a hostile challenge

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11 Concussion Ex.

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Sentence: “Exhaustion, shock, young concussion— and Two-Bit came blubberin’ over below with part tale around how you were to run a fever prior to the rumble and how the was every his error you to be sick.” NOUN Definition: injury come the mind caused through a punch

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12 Acquitted Ex. Sentence: “Then he claimed I to be acquitted and also the whole instance was closed.” VERB Definition: claimed not guilty

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