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Glossary Terms for Animal Farm

Glossary Terms for Animal Farm - Bore To have as a visible...

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Glossary Terms for Animal Farm Manor: A tract of land in certain North American colonies with hereditary rights granted to the proprietor by royal charter. Lurch: A staggering or tottering movement or gait. Scullery: A small room adjoining a kitchen, in which dishwashing and other kitchen chores are done. Regard: To look upon or consider in a particular way Ensconced: to settle (oneself) securely or comfortably: Stout: Stubborn or uncompromising Benevolent: Of, concerned with, or organized for the benefit of charity. Perched: to alight or rest on a perch; roost: Rafters: One of the sloping beams that supports a pitched roof. Cud: food brought up into the mouth by a ruminating animal from its first stomach to be chewed again Lest: For fear that: tiptoed lest the guard should hear her; anxious lest he become ill.
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Unformatted text preview: Bore: To have as a visible characteristic: Seldom: Not often; infrequently or rarely. Foal: The young offspring of a horse or other equine animal, especially one under a year old. Cynical: believing the worst of human nature and motives; Sturdy: Having or showing rugged physical strength Grazing; The act of brushing or scraping along a surface. Tills: To prepare (land) for the raising of crops Feeble: Lacking strength; weak. Dignity: Poise and self-respect. Trodden: To walk on, over, or along Perch: Brought from wildness into a domesticated or tractable state Mincing: affectedly dainty Tame: Brought from wildness into a domesticated or tractable state Daintily: Delicately beautiful or charming; exquisite Plait: To braid. Mare: A female horse or the female of other equine species....
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