Of Mice and Men Chapters 2 and 3 Vocabulary

Of Mice and Men Chapters 2 and 3 Vocabulary
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  • Ominous, Skeptical, Scourge, and Apprehensive
  • Stocky, Derision, Bemused, and Bridle
  • Mollify and Brusque
  • The detective found the ominous crime scene oddly skeptical since it looked like the setting of a medieval movie.  He didn't want to be apprehensive, but there was a feeling inside him that the scourge criminal was going to come back and strike another victim.
  • Pugnacious, Reprehencible, and Derogatory
  • Principal's Office
  • Our very small, stocky health teacher taught us about horses and their bridles, but he used very big words.  At first, I was a bit bemused, but then my friend explained everything to me.  Unfortunately, my friend was derision for talking in class.
  • Complacent
  • The teacher mollified a sad student who received brusque comments on social media.
  • Bristly
  • Bristly- (adj.) having or covered with protective barbs or spines; very irritable
  • The pugnacious student waited outside of the principal's office, waiting for his reprehensible punishment for his derogatory acts.
  • The student was complacent after achieving a prestigious award.
  • Our teacher is teaching us about the term "bristly", but I have no clue how to use it in a sentence.
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