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Great Gatsby Vocabulary #11-20. By Spencer Cobb. WARNING!. Contains spoilers of the following books/movies: Harry Potter Hunger Games The Little Mermaid Hercules The Princess and the Frog. Who has a condescending expression?. Lucius Malfoy. Dobby the House Elf. condescending. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Great Gatsby Vocabulary #11-20

Great Gatsby Vocabulary#11-20By Spencer CobbWARNING!Contains spoilers of the following books/movies:Harry Potter Hunger GamesThe Little MermaidHerculesThe Princess and the FrogWho has a condescending expression?Lucius MalfoyDobby the House Elf

condescendingadjectiveShowing or characterized by a patronizing or superior attitude towards othersWho has a condescending expression?Lucius MalfoyDobby the House Elf

When Johanna Mason was forced to compete in a second Hunger Games, she felt of the Capitol.appreciativecontemptuoushonoreddelighted

All words describe a feeling adjectivesappreciative: feeling gratitudecontemptuous: feeling deep hatred or disapproval honored: feeling privilegeddelighted: feeling happy

When Johanna Mason was forced to compete in a second Hunger Games, she felt of the Capitol.appreciativecontemptuoushonoreddelighted

The districts of Panem are geographically each other.severed fromdiscontinuous withcontiguous tononadjacent to

All words describe distance in relation to another objectadjectivessevered: kept apartdiscontinuous: disconnectedcontiguous: touching, unbroken, next to or nearnonadjacent: not sharing a border or wall

The districts of Panem are geographically each other.severed fromdiscontinuous withcontiguous tononadjacent to

Which is a convivial gathering?Voldemorts MeetingsThe Yule Ball

convivialadjectivefriendly, agreeableof or relating to social events where people can eat, drink, and talk in a friendly way with othersWhich is a convivial gathering?Voldemorts MeetingsThe Yule Ball

Who is corpulent?UrsulaAriel

corpulentadjectivehaving a large bulky bodyportlystoutWho is corpulent?UrsulaAriel

Snape left behind memories for Harry to Snapes loyalty to Dumbledore. eradicatecorroborateenjoinabolish

All words describe an action one takesadjectiveeradicate: to eliminate or destroycorroborate: to authenticateenjoin: to forbid or prevent someone from doing somethingabolish: to officially end something

Snape left behind memories for Harry to Snapes loyalty to Dumbledore. eradicatecorroborateenjoinabolish

When Hagrid claimed Harry is a wizard, Harry did NOT react with .uncertaintyskepticismdubietycredulity

All words describe a feeling one hasnoununcertainty: not known beyond doubtskepticism: not completely believing somethingdubiety: hesitant doubtcredulity: willingness to trust or believe something without any evidence

When Hagrid claimed Harry is a wizard, Harry did NOT react with .uncertaintyskepticismdubietycredulity

Who is cynical?HerculesMeg

cynicaladjectivedistrusting the motives of othersbelieves humans as a whole are selfishly driven

Who is cynical?HerculesMeg

I just keep wishing I could think of a way to show them that they dont own me. If Im gonna die, I wanna still be me. When Peeta says this, he is .dociledefiantrulytractable

All words describe how something reacts to controladjectivedocile: easily led or controlleddefiant: refusing to obey something or someone, boldruly: obedient, orderlytractable: easily managed, willing to be taught or controlled

I just keep wishing I could think of a way to show them that they dont own me. If Im gonna die, I wanna still be me. When Peeta says this, he is .dociledefiantrulytractable

Tiana is at cooking.deftineptunqualifiedincompetent

All words describe the ability of something to do a taskadjectivedeft: skillful, clever, nimbleinept: lacking skill or abilityunqualified: not having acceptable qualificationsincompetent: lacking the qualities needed for a particular purpose

Tiana is at cooking.deftineptunqualifiedincompetent

Works CitedMerriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 20 Jan. 2014. www.merriam-webster.comDictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 20 Jan. 2014. www.dictionary.reference.com