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pickled herring
herring fish that is cut into pieces and mixed with a creamy sauce
reproachfully
shame; blame; disgrace
suspiciously
without complete trust; with apprehension
encountered
meet; find
resist
not allow
corridor
hallway
route
a way to get somewhere; a path
beckon
call to; motion for one's attention
ambled
walked slowly
cresent
a shape that resembles a quarter of the moon
absentmindedly
without thinking
slyest
most clever
thirsty
a dry feeling of the mouth; the feeling one has when something is needed to drink
nimble
moving or acting quickly
spectacles
glasses for the eyes
avoid
put off; resist; withdraw; to keep at a distance; to shun
coaxing
to persuade by using kind words or flattery
tonic
liquid medicine
laden
burdened
sacrifice
giving up something of personal value
pillars
columns of a building
poised
alert; at attention; with great style and class; ready
cellophane
a heavy plastic wrap
throng
a large amount or group
glee
happiness
lozenges
medicine that helps a sore throat and/or a cough; it is similar to a cough drop
reproved
to blame; to find fault with; to disapprove
indignant
to consider unworthy; to be displeased
derisively
with scorn or teasing in a mean way
nougat
a filling in a cany that is chewy and sticky
morsel
a small bit of food
acquired
to gain possession of
devoured
eaten quickly
envious
jealousy of another in some way
persisted
to be diligent in accomplishing a task; to keep working at something
reproved
to balme; to find fault with; to disapprove
quench
to satisfy one's physical thirst or desire for something
recited
repeated orally