Vocabulary
Vocabulary
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Statement
Statement
100

tourists

trippers

100

eyeglasses

spectacles

100

in an impatient, bad-tempered way

snappishly

100

Because it was cold outside, the White Witch offered Edmund her ______________ to put around him to keep warm.

mantle

100

"Look here", said Peter, turning on him _____________, "Shut up!"

savagely

200

interested or likely

inclined

200

a large cloak

mantle

200

lands under the rule of a king or queen

dominions

200

The professor took off his _______________and polished them while talking to the children about the wardrobe.

spectacles

200

Edmund spoke very ______________ to Lucy when they found each other in the wood of Narnia.

snappishly 

300

red and uneasy or upset

flushed

300

calmly or without concern

coolly

300

Edmunds face was _________ after spending time with the White Witch in the woods.

flushed

300
The professor spoke very __________ about the possibility of Narnia being real, but the children were concerned and not nearly as calm as he was about it.

coolly

300

There were many________ who visited the house because the house was so old and famous.

trippers

400

good reasoning, thinking things through

logic 

400

angrily

savagely

400

After the argument about the wardrobe, no one felt ____________to talk about it anymore.

inclined

400

If people would use __________ and think things through, they would make much better choices.

logic

500

officials of lower rank beneath a king or queen

nobles

500

people who are not rulers but stay at a royal court

courtiers

500

In order to satisfy Edmund with not becoming king right away, the White Witch reminded him that he needed _______________ and ______________, and his brothers and sisters could fill those roles.

nobles, courtiers

500

The ___________ of the White Witch were all in a state of permanent winter because of a spell cast on the forest.

dominions

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