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Penetrating
That can penetrate.
Gusto
Taste;Liking
Kin
Relatives;Family;Kinfolk
Splotched
A spot, splash, or stain
Respective
As relates individually to each of two or more persons or things
Consequently
As a result, By logical interference
Embittered
To make bitter
Dejected
In low spirits, depressed
Comical
Causing amusement; humorous
coddling
Treat in overprotective manner
Ignorant
Having little knowledge, education, or experience
Flippantly
Glib, talkative
Relent
To soften in temper
Conspiratially
Of or charactistic of a conspritor or conspiracy
Hastened
To cause to be or come fast
Contagious
Spread by direct or indirect contact
Listlessly
Having no intrest in what is going on
Precariously
Dependent upon by the will or favor of another person
Destination
The end of something started
Apprehensive
Worried that something bad will happen
Intention
Something that somebody plans to achieve
Interminable
So long and boring or frustrating as to seem endless
Faltering
Becoming undure and hesitant
Condune
To regard something that is considered immoral or wrong in a tolerant way, without criticizing it or feeling stronly about it
Anecdote
A brief story aboout an interesting,amusing, or strange event
Exposition
In the plot of a story or a drama is part of the work that introduces characters, setting, and basic situations
Churn
A container of machine in which milk or cream is beaten and shaken to form butter
Caravan
A number of vechles traveling together
Absurd
Not to be heard of
Discourse
To carry out a conversation
Feigned
To make up, frabrication
Aloof
Uninvolved or unwilling to become involved with other people.
Disclosure
The revealing of secreat information
Subtle
Slight or not obvious
Intermingle
To mix together, blend
Inference
A conclusion drawn from evidence or reasoning
Motivation
The reason for doing something or behaving in a particular way
Pestering
TO be a constant source of annoyance to someone
Obnoxious
Very offence and unpleasent
Subdued
Not bright, loud, or intence, or made less bright, loud, or intence.
Warily
Cautious and watchful
Bunions
Inflamation around the fight joint of the big toe
Merchantile
Sore used for trade or by merchants and buyers
Amble
To walk slowly in a relaxed
audible
Load or clear enough to be heard
Consciously
Doing something awake and resposive to stimuli
Triumphantly
Doing something with feeling great pride in having achieved a victory
Narrator
A speaker or character who tells the story
Point of View
Perspective of which the story is told
First Person
Character who uses pronoun "I"
Third Person
Narrator uses the third person pronouns like "he" and "she"
Protagonist
Main character in a literary work
Antagonish
A character or force in conflict with the main character or protagonist
Conflict
Struggle between opposing forces
External conflict
A character struggles against an outside force
Internal Conflict
Character struggling to make a decisionn, take an action, or overcome a feeling
Concession
Anact or instance of conceding, granting, or yeilding
Dispostion
tendency to act in a certain manner undergiven circumstantes
Sharcrop(ped)/(ping)
To produce crop and recieve credit on borrowed land
Tormentor
A person who tortures
Loitering
To remain in an area with obvious reason
Knell
Sound of a bell struck slowly
Vigorously
Acting in full physical or mental strength
Milling
Grain of flour
Dubious
A doubtful outcome
Startling
Causing momentary fright, surprise, or ashtonishment