Vocabulary List #1 Mr Moshé September 3, 2014 Vocabulary List #12014-09-04T09:05:00-05:00 Starting Off 11 Comments Here’s the list: ¨Chide22 28% ¨Heedlessly23 29% ¨Sentimentality25 32% ¨Billowing26 33% ¨Evangelical23 29% ¨Picturesque27 35% ¨Disproportionate52 67% ¨Aversion27 35% ¨Implausibility19 24% ¨Omen20 26% Have your voice count!!! Related Posts Read to Strategize Notes 8 Reasons Why Gum Has No Place in the Classroom
“She had long billowing hair, and her eyes, barely visible, were green like mine.”
The Lightning Thief By Rick Riordan
Now they seem like an OMEN : of bad things to come.
Jewell Parker Rhodes pg.125
“Greek mythologists are not rhet-oricians and are notably free from sentimentality.”
from Mythology by Edith Hamilton
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” I shall never forget the last glimpse which I had of the inn yard and its crowd of picturesque figures.
Similar reasoning undermines rhe frequent claim that a disporportionate number of blacks have criminal records because of the racism endemic to the criminal justice system, when no evidence is brought forward to show that racism is common among judges, lawyers, or police officers.
Sometimes you read a book and it fills you with this weird EVANGELICAL zeal , and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book.
The fault in our stars
Artemis smiled. The gift of tongues, check. Aversion to light, check.
from Artemis Fowl
the sentence from the text
title of the book
Heedlessly thrusting herself inside, Piper entered an entirely new and unexpected world.
from The Girl Who Could Fly by Victoria Forester, Page 77.
” My mother’s acute senses sometimes surprise me, but now they chide me. ” pg.33 in Divergent by Veronica Roth.
Despite its medical implausibility, this story had haunted Ben ever since.
(Paper Towns, Green, page 13)