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Bully
To be good or cool.

Tom talks about now pirates have a bully time.
Waifs
A small vaurnable homeless child or animal.

The waifs are Tom Joe and Huck.
Purloined
To steal.

The boys purloined the sweet meats and apple scores.
Derision
making fun of.

Tom is making fun of Joe because he is homesick.
Bereaved
Suffering the death of a loved one.

Aunt Polly, Mary, and mrs. Harper bereaved the boys (fake) death
Charily
Careful.

Tom and Joe are being charily because they think smoking will make them sick.
Tempest
A very bad storm.

The tempest came while Tom, Huck, and Joe was on the island.
Sheepishly
Secretly, sneaky, feeling bad.

Tom, Joe, and Huck smoked sheepishly during the funeral.
Notoriety
To become well known for doing something bad.

Tom has notoriety because he for acting like a pirate.
Flaying
beating till the white meat shows

Tom Takes Becky's flaying when Becky rips the page in the school masters book
Chronic Misery
constant of reoccurring pain

Keeping the murder a secret was chronic misery
Discreet
To take careful actions.
Fickle
To change your mind frequently.

The village is fickle to Muff Potter because they refused him.
Swag
Stolen goods.

Injin Joe and his accomplist divide the swag.
Stile
One of more steps built on the wall to get over it.

The stile is by Widdow Douglesses house.