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    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
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    Animal Farm Definition Match -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: Animal Farm by George Orwell has a DEFINITION MATCH that includes an Animal Farm word list. Use the pull down Select bar to choose the correct letter match for the Animal Farm word puzzle.
    When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct answers to Animal Farm Definition Match as well as the percentage score for correct answers.
    Clue: The Animal Farm word list by George Orwell comes directly from the book vocabulary. In addition to this Animal Farm Definition Match, www.myvocabulary.com also has an Interactive Word Puzzle and Fill-in-the-Blanks.
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    Word List
     
    1) IGNOMINIOUS
    2) SCULLERY
    3) SOLICITOR
    4) MACHINATION
    5) PREY
    6) DIN
    7) KNOLL
    8) QUARRY
    9) CONTEMPTIBLE
    10) MALIGNANT
    11) GAMBOL
    12) POULTICE
    13) BENEVOLENT
    14) BLITHELY
    15) IMPENDING
    16) ENSCONCE
    Definition List
     
    A)  Expressing goodwill or kindly feelings; desiring to help others (adjective)
    B)  Of a happily lighthearted character or disposition; heedlessly (adv.)
    C)  Deserving of disdain, disrespect or hatred (adjective)
    D)  A loud noise, esp. a jumble of confused or discordant sounds (noun)
    E)  To place or hide securely: conceal; to establish comfortably: settle snugly (verb)
    F)  To skip about in play: frisk (verb)
    G)  Marked by personal disgrace, dishonor or shame: dishonorable; shameful (adjective)
    H)  Threatening to occur soon: approaching, looming (adjective)
    I)  A small round hill: mound (noun)
    J)  A crafty scheme or plot usually intended to accomplish some evil end, usually used in plural (noun)
    K)  Evil in influence or effect: injurious; likely to produce death by growing throughout the body; invasive (adjective)
    L)  A soft usually heated mass spread on a cloth and applied to lesions (noun)
    M)  To raid; to seize and devour something; to have injurious, destructive or wasting effect (fears) (verb)
    N)  The object of a chase: game; prey (noun)
    O)  A room for cleaning and storing dishes, culinary utensils, washing vegetables and similar domestic work (noun)
    P)  Someone who approaches with a request or plea; a British lawyer; chief law officer (noun)