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30 Words from the Book Thief
1) He is an accordionist.
Accordionist: a person who plays an instrument named accordion.
2) It’s about some fanatical germans
3) The facade is a strange concoction.
Concoction: a mixture
facade: a fake/false appearance
4) The book features the art of Saumenching.
Saumench: A slang. Sau: pig; Mench: Human
5) She would soon be given over to foster parents.
Foster parents: Take the child for a period of time without becoming legal parents in exchange of money.
6) One of them could have been an apprentice.
7) A black book fell innocuously from his coat.
8) She was not delivering her children to the higher echelons of Munich.
9) The car moved on, with Liesel dreading the last, lethal turn.
10) There was a considerable hiatus between the first stolen book and the second.
11) Liesel was tempted to ask her the word’s meaning but it never eventuated.
eventuated: happened, turned out
12) It was the profanity that made the greatest impact.
13) It was so vehement and prolific.
vehement and prolific: passionate and fertile
14) There was nothing but dry paint, difficult breath, and the deluge of abuse from Rosa.
deluge: overwhelming, a lot
15) As a perverse kind of reward.
16) Her cooking was atrocious.
17) She has the ability to aggravate everyone.
aggravate: annoy, irritate
18) Papa tries to incense(verb) mama.
incense: to make someone extremely angry
19) Evenings in the small kitchen were raucous.
raucous: constituting a disturbingly harsh and loud noise.
20) She stopped berating people.
berating: scold, talk bad about someone, criticize
21) She sniffed with derision.
derision: the feeling of deep hatred.
22) She was spiteful
Spiteful: cruel, unkind
23) Rudy Steiner was upended in the snow.
upended: upside down
24) Rudy Steiner was one of those audacious little bastards.
audacious: forward, daring, unflinching
25) Munich Street was strewn with a slosh.
Strewn: covered with untidily scattered things.
Slosh: the sound of splashing.
26) My eyes brimmed with tears.
His face was brimming with rage.
brimming: be full to the point of overflowing.
27) The words clobbered her in the back.
clobbered: treat or deal with harshly.
28) He goaded her.
goad: provoke or annoy (someone) so as to stimulate an action or reaction.
29) I am filthy.
filthy: disgustingly dirty
30) She’d actually been there for Rudy’s act of childhood infamy.
infamy: an evil act