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“The Diary of Anne Frank” Vocabulary Act I

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“The Diary of Anne Frank”. Vocabulary Act I. Appalled (adj.). Horrified; shocked. Conspicuous (adj.). Easy to notice; obvious. Disgruntled (adj.). Displeased and irritated. Foreboding (n.). A feeling of something, especially bad or harmful, is about to happen. Inarticulate (adj.). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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“The Diary of Anne Frank”

Vocabulary Act I

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Appalled (adj.)

Horrified; shocked

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Conspicuous (adj.)

Easy to notice; obvious

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Disgruntled (adj.)

Displeased and irritated

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Foreboding (n.)

A feeling of something, especially bad or harmful, is about to happen

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Inarticulate (adj.)

Speechless; unable to speak effectively or understandably

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Indignantly (adv.)

Angrily aroused by something mean, unjust, or unworthy

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Jubilation (n.)

Rejoicing; a celebration or expression of joy

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Loathe (v.)

To hate; to dislike someone or something greatly

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Oppression (n.)

The act of keeping something down through harsh and unjust use of power; the feeling of being heavily weighed down, either mentally or physically

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Ostentatiously (adv.)

With great show or exaggeration

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Pandemonium (n.)

Wild confusion and noise; an uproar

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Remorse (n.)

A bitter regret or guilt after having done wrong

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Vile (adj.)

Disgusting; hateful; unpleasant

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Wallow (v.)

To roll the body about, as an elephant in water or mud; to indulge in or take great pleasure and delight in

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Zeal (n.)

Great enthusiasm; a devotion to a cause, an ideal, or a goal

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Tension (n.)

Nervous, worried, or excited state that makes relaxation impossible

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Resent (v.)

Feel angry out of a sense of unfairness

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Insufferable (adj.)

unbearable

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Bewildered (adj.)

Hopelessly confused

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Ideals (n.)

The standard of perfection, beauty, or excellence