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transpired (2.124) happened and made everybody sad.

treatises (UA.3) very long reports.

triptych (5.56) three panels, with something different painted on each of the panels.

unblemished (2.110) without tattoos.

Uncle Montyís face clouded over (2.16) took on a slightly gloomy look as Uncle Monty thought about his bad luck.

under his constant surveillance (2.62) kept watching them so they couldnít possibly talk to Uncle Monty alone and reveal that he was really Count Olaf.

unnerving (4.97) twisted, tangled, stained, and gory.

utmost (3.101) most.

vainglorious (2.69) braggy.

vanity (2.148) Count Olaf thinking heís the most incredible person who ever lived.

vapid (6.156) usually containing horses in a field or puppies in a basket.

waning (5.110) dim, and making everything look extra-creepy.

ward (8.146) particular section of the hospital.

what (5.116) 1. Excuse me, I didnít hear you. Could you please repeat yourself? 2. Excuse me, I did hear you, but I canít believe thatís really what you meant.

wild-goose chase (7.80) unlikely to reveal the Quagmires triplets' location.

wincing (5.122) frowning in pain, alarm, or distress.

without preamble (7.76) almost as soon as Hector sat down.

wunderkind (3.174) German someone who is able to quickly climb masts on boats being attacked by leeches.

xenophobe (6.78) somebody who is afraid of people just because they come from a different country.


a-bam | bat-dash | dau-falle | falli-gram | graph-in
inc-las | lep-nee | nef-poo | pos-ski | sli-too


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