Science, and Social Studies - Bentley
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Pact - A pact is an agreement between people or countries in which they promise to do certain things.
Queasy - If you feel queasy, you have a sick feeling in your stomach.
Foisted - If something is foisted at you, it is given to you whether you want it or not.
Venture - A new venture is a project that is exciting and even risky.
Annoyed - To be annoyed means to be somewhat angry about something.
Depriving - If someone is depriving you of something, the person is keeping you from having it.
Legendary - someone legendary is especially famous for something he or she did a long time ago.
Muttered - if you muttered, you said something very quietly because you did not want to be heard.
Gaped - if you gaped at something, you stared open-mouthed in surprise.
Flinched - if a person flinched, he or she quickly moved away from something dangerous or painful.
Snickering - snickering at someone is like laughing quietly at them because they did something silly.
Glared - if you glared at someone, you stared at them in an angry way.
Stunned - when someone is stunned by something amazing, he or she is shocked and sometimes even speechless.
Fluke - a fluke is something unusual that happens by accident.
Surrender - when you surrender, you stop fighting someone or something.
Particular - something that is particular is one specific thing of its kind.
Sparkling - something that is sparkling is shining, clear and bright.
Clusters - Clusters are small groups of people or things that are close together.
Sizzles - If something sizzles, it is very hot and makes a hissing sound.
Stroll - To stroll is to walk in a slow, relaxed way.
Averted - If you averted your eyes, you looked away from something instead of looking directly at it.
Fury - Fury is extremely strong anger.
Interrogation - An interrogation is a long period of intense questioning to get information from someone.
Stern - Someone who is stern is very serious and strict.
Accusing - When you look at someone in an accusing way, you are showing that you think he or she has done something wrong.
Solemnly - When you say something solemnly, you say it in a very serious way.
Cringed - If you cringed, you moved or flinched slightly because of discomfort or fear.
Craned - If you craned your neck, you stretched it to let you see or hear something better.