Reading Unit 4 Vocab
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Reading Unit 4 Vocab
Reading unit vocab
Reading Unit 4
A rough quick drawing.
A person or thing that is the source of information.
A statement that calls or directs attention to something.
The upper floor, room, or apace in a building.
An upper floor or balcony in a large hall or church.
To stir the mind, feelings or imagination of.
To fill with a strong, encouraging feeling.
Any sharp, pointed object or part that sticks out.
A large, heavy nail used to hold rails to railroad ties.
Strange or mysterious; odd.
To be found.
To be real.
A person who looks very similar to someone else.
A picture of other likeness of a person or thing.
A person from whom one is descended.
An event that causes much suffering or loss.
A device for looking at things that are too small to be seen with the naked eye.
The part of an animals head including nose, mouth, and jaws.
Possible to get.
Ready for use of service.
Relating to or belonging to the origin or beginning of something.
Something that is NOT a copy, imitation or translation.
A careful study to find and learn facts.
A custom or belief that is passed on from one generation to another.
Containing a drug or other substance that harms or kills by chemical action.
A simple water animal that has a body that is full of holes and absorbs water easily.
To leave and not return; desert.
To give up completely.
To soak up or take in.
To hold the interest of.
To fasten or join together.
To consider as related or associated.
To threaten with becoming extinct.
To put in a dangerous situation.
To pull or move with force; drag.
To get the better of; beat or conquer.
To get over or deal with.
The top of a hill.
A small house cottage or cabin.
To live in a place for a while.
A person who delivers messages or runs errands.
An expression of high regard and approval.
A way of doing something.
Order of system.
A person or something that might cause harm or danger.
A statement of something that will be done to hurt or punish.
A condition of being confused; disorder.
Mistaking of one person or thing for another.
To harden because of the cold.
To cover or block with ice.
A feeling of tenderness, fondness, or love.
The average weather conditions of a place or region through the year.
To stick closely.
Harm or danger done to a person or thing.