Navannah Jones - A Rose for Emily - Vocab.pdf - Name Define\u200b and\u200b identify the part of speech\u200b for each of the words below from \u201cA Rose for

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Name: ______________________ Define and identify the part of speech for each of the words below from “A Rose for Emily”. Then, create a sentence for each word that shows context/understanding. The first word has been done for you. Condolence (NOUN) - an expression of sympathy, especially on the occasion of a death. At the funeral, many mourners offered their condolences to the widow who had lost her husband in the car accident. Perpetuity- (noun) a restriction making an estate inalienable perpetually or for a period beyond certain limits fixed by law. They do not own that land in perpetuity Pallid-(adjective) pale, typically because of bad health. She was looking a little pallid after she ate that sushi. Temerity- (noun) excessive confidence or boldness She was being very temerit during class today Impervious-(adjective) not allowing fluid to pass through The dam was impervious Circumvent-(verb) find a way around They had to circumvent the fallen tree Sibilant-(adjective) making or characterized by a hissing sound

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