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Voc. Christmas Bus

Terms

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distraught
deeply upset and agitated
fanfare
a short ceremonial tune or floursh played on brass instrument, typically to introduce someone or something important.
dough
a thick, malleable mixture of flour and liquid, used for baking into bread or pastry.
folly
a lack of good sense, foolishness
relinquish
voluntarily ceases to keep or claims; give up.
stern
serious and unrelenting in the assertion of authority and exercise of discipline
trepidation
a feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen
prattle
talks at length in a foolish or inconsequential way.
fleece
the woolly covering of a sheep or goat.
jarring
sends a painful or damaging through a part of the body
pulpit
a raised platform or lectern in a church or chapel from which the preacher delivers a sermon
flounder
struggle or stagger helplessly ir clumsily in water or mud.
curt
rudely brief
culinary
of or for cooking
alienate
causes someone to feel isolated estranged
plight
a dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation
parishioner
one who belongs or attends a particular church
grudge
a persistent feeling of ill will or resentment resulting from a past injury or insult.
reprimand
rebukes someone
remnants
a small remaining quantity of something.
pry
inquires too closely into a persons private affairs.
pageant
a public entertainment consisting of a procession of people in elaborate, coloful costume, or an outdoor performance of a historical scene.
mesmerize
hold the attention of someone to the exclusion of all else or so as to transfix them
shoehorn
a curved instrument used to ease one's heel into a shoe
smidgen
a small amount of something
anise
an herb related to the carrot with aromatic seeds.
brimstone
sulfur
cantankerous
bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative
usher
shows or guides someone somewhere
grieving
feels grief for or because of.
menial
not requiring much skill and lacking prestige
batter
a mediterranean plant of the parsley family cultivated for its aromatic seeds, which are used in cooking and herbal.

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