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    Lord of the Flies Definition Match --

    Directions: MATCH the Lord of the Flies vocabulary list with a definition. Use the pull down menu bar to select the letter match for the Lord of the Flies word puzzle with 16 vocabulary words.
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    Word List
    7) COWER
    9) COVERT
    11) DECOROUS
    12) STRIDENT
    13) CLAMOR
    15) MYOPIA
    Definition List
    A)  Noisy shouting or loud continuous din; insistent protest or demand (noun)
    B)  Not opening shown, engaged in or avowed; secret (adjective)
    C)  To shrink away or cringe (verb)
    D)  Marked by propriety and good taste: correct (adjective)
    E)  To make use of the limbs of the body especially when speaking as a means of communication (verb)
    F)  Spells, charms or words spoken or sung purporting to have magic; repetitious words used to heighten an effect (noun)
    G)  Indicating or tending to disbelieving; skeptically (adjective)
    H)  Not readily understood: enigmatic (adjective)
    I)  To introduce in between parts of a conversation or argument; to place in an intervening position (verb)
    J)  Producing a display of lustrous, changing colors like those of the rainbow (adjective)
    K)  Showing intense often vicious ill will toward others; malicious (adjective)
    L)  The condition of being near-sighted (noun)
    M)  Offering one\'s services where they are neither asked nor needed: meddlesome (adjective)
    N)  To indulge in conjectural thought; to suppose or wonder; to buy and sell stocks at risk (verb)
    O)  Sounding harsh, grating or shrill; unpleasantly discordant (adjective)
    P)  Characterized by or affected with shaking or timidity (adjective)