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The Christmas Bus

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Smidgen
a small amount.
Reprimand
to rebuke somebody for a wrongdoing.
Folly
thoughtless or reckless behavior.
Menial
relating to or involving work that requires little skill or training.
Trepidation
fear or uneasiness about the future.
Brimstone
a nonmetallic yellow element.
Fanfare
any dramatic and ostentatious event.
Prattle
to talk in a silly, idle, or childish way.
Parishioner
a resident of a religious or civil parish.
Grieving
to experience great sadness over something.
Usher
somebody who escorts people to their seats.
Flounder
to make uncontrolled movements
Cantankerous
easily angered and difficult to get along with.
Pulpit
a platform in church.
Jarring
a cylindrical container, usually one that has a wide mouth and a lid but no spout.
Mesmerize
to fascinate somebody.
Distraught
extremely upset and distressed.
Batter
hit or beat something repeatedly.
Relinquish
to renounce or surrender something.
Stern
to forbid in appearance.
Plight
a difficult or dangerous situation.
Remnants
a small part of something that remains after the rest has gone.
Fleece
the coat of wool on a sheep or similar animal.
Pry
to inquire nosily or excessively into somebody's private affairs.
Dough
a mixture of flour and water.
Pageant
a large-scale stage production representing historical or legendary events.
Shoehorn
a curved piece of plastic, metal, or horn used to help ease the heel into a tight-fitting shoe.
Curt
rude or abrupt.
Culinary
relating to food and cooking.
Grudge
a feeling of resentment.
Alienate
to cause somebody to change his or her previously friendly or supportive attitude and become unfriendly, unsympathetic, or hostile.
Anise
food.

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