Fahrenheit 451 Vocabulary and Page Number and Part of Speech

Stolid adjshowing little or no emotion; not easily excited or upsetPage 7
Refracted vto make light change direction when it goes through an anglePage 15
Imperceptibly advimpossible to see or noticePage 15
Pulverized vto crush, beat ground into powder or dustPage 18
Melancholy nsad mood or feelingPage 20
Capillary adjresembling a hair especially in slender elongated formPage 28
Multifaceted adjhaving many different partspage 30
ballistics na sciences that studies the movement of objects that are shot through airPage 30
Erected adjstraight up and downPage 36
Proclivities nA strong natural liking for something that is usually badPage 37
Odious adjCausing hatred or strong dislikePage 39
Ravenous adjVery hungryPage 45
Pratfall nA sudden fall in which you end up sitting on the groundPage 59
Dictum na statement or remark that expresses an important idea or rulePage 61
Noncombustible adj not able to be burned easilyPage 64
Tactile adjRelating sense of touchPage 65
Cadenced nA regular beat or rhythmPage 75
Retailiation nto do something bad to someone who has hurt youPage 81
Receptacle na container that is used to hold somethingPage 85
Cowardice nFear that make you unable to do what is right or expectedPage 92
Simultaneously advhappening at the same timePage 96
Manifested vable to be seen clearlyPage 108
Verbiage nspeech or writing that contains many wordsPage 109
Smouldering vto burn something slowly without flames but usually with smokePage 119
Indecisive adjnot able to make choices quickly and confidentlyPage 127
Grotesque adjcomically or repulsively ugly or distortedPage 136
Limned vto draw or paint on a surfacePage 136
Juggernaut nsomething that is extremely large and powerful that can’t be stoppedPage 142
Cardamom nthe seeds of an Asian plant used as a spice in cookingPage 146
Pedants na person who annoys other people by correcting small errorsPage 1
Pyre na pile of wood for burning a dead bodyPage 165

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