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  1. The Great Gilly HopkinsVocab Feud Team 3 Team 1 Team 2 Team 6 Team 5 Team 4

  2. obscenity something that is shocking, rude, or inappropriate

  3. pirouette a whirling, spinning, or dancing on the toes of one foot or both feet

  4. conspiratorially taking part in a plot often in a sneaky way like you’re up to no good

  5. measly small or slight; insufficient (not enough)

  6. maneuver a difficult movement that needs planning and skill

  7. salvage to rescue or save especially from wreckage or ruin

  8. harass to disturb repeatedly and persistently; to bother continually

  9. humility the act of being humble or not full of oneself

  10. astray lost or lead in the wrong direction

  11. vengeance the act or desire of getting revenge

  12. enthrall to excite almost as if under a spell

  13. divert to turn away from

  14. piously showing appropriate respect for parents or others; being religiously devoted

  15. preside to occupy the place of authority or control

  16. condemn to declare to be wrong; to pronounce guilty

  17. meddle to involve oneself in a matter that is not one’s concern; to interfere

  18. bolster a pillow or cushion

  19. laboriously requiring hard work

  20. gruesome inspiring (bringing on) horror or disgust

  21. expanse a wide open space or a wide extent or range

  22. emphatically done with force; done to draw special attention

  23. palsy a condition that often includes drooping of muscles or an uncontrollable shaking

  24. sidle to move sideways usually in a sneaky manner

  25. guru a leader or expert in a certain area or field

  26. vigorous full of energy and strength; active; forceful

  27. filch to steal sneakily

  28. fledging a young inexperienced person; a newcomer

  29. incompetent unable to do something well or effectively

  30. cajole to persuade by flattery or with promises

  31. delinquent overdue; guilty of a misdeed or offense

  32. measly small or slight; insufficient (not enough)

  33. gaudy excessively showy in a cheap and tasteless way

  34. exquisite carefully done in a lovely or beautiful manner

  35. glower to look or stare with anger

  36. wrath strong, stern, fierce anger

  37. engulf to enclose something completely; to swallow up

  38. inexorable unyielding; not to be persuaded or moved

  39. perpetual continuing forever; never-ending

  40. apparition a supernatural or ghostly appearance of a thing or person

  41. defiant refusing to obey or follow the rules

  42. laden burdened; loaded down; full and heavy

  43. reverent respectful

  44. commotion a lot of noisy, excited activity

  45. tentative unsure; not definite or positive

  46. agony extreme, long lasting pain; intense physical or mental suffering

  47. pervade to spread through all parts of

  48. belligerent aggressively hostile; wanting to fight

  49. obscenity something that is shocking, rude, or inappropriate

  50. pirouette a whirling, spinning, or dancing on the toes of one foot or both feet