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Cry The Beloved Country Vocabulary

1.Mute (refraining from speech or temporarily speechless) pg.40 sentence- Then she sat down at his table, and put her head on it, and was silent, with the patient suffering of black women, with the suffering of oxen, with the suffering of any that are mute. My sentence- As the pastor was praying, all in the room were mute. 2.Gravely( serious or solemn in manner or appearance; somber) pg.55 sentence-they must go on, said masimangu gravely

my sentence-I am gravely in school 3. Articulately (having or showing the ability to speak fluently) pg. sentencemy sentence-I can speak eanglish articulately 4. Reconciled(cause to coexist in harmony; make or show to be compatible) pg.60 sentence-and thus reconciled ,they sat and in hand my sentence-I reconciled with my family 5.stipend(fixed regular sum paid as a salary or allowance.) pg.62 sentence- to save ten pounds from a stipend

my sentence-I am stipend for my chores 6.irresolute(showing or feeling hesitancy; uncertain) pg.124 sentence-stands out side irresolute

my sentence-I do not have irresolute 7.corrugated(shaped into alternate ridges and grooves) pg.83 sentence-there is corrugated iorn at the reformatory my sentence-my roof on my house is corrugated 8.travail(engage in painful or laborious effort.) pg.84 sentence-he was travail my sentence-slaves are travail in the old times 9.obscure(not clearly expressed or easily understood) pg.87 sentence-a purpose obscure my sentence-some times I am obscure with my words 10.desolate(deserted of people and in a state of bleak and dismal emptiness) pg.36 sentence-she walked desolatly

my sentence-some people in the world are desolated 11.muse(say to oneself in a thoughtful manner) pg.88 sentence –he was muse with her

my sentence-I am muse to my friends and family 12.dubious(hesitating or doubting) 13.tenaciously(not readily letting go of, giving up, or separated from an object that one holds, a position, or a principle) 14.ruefully(expressing sorrow or regret) 15.apprehension(anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen) 16.prodigal(spending money or resources freely and recklessly; wastefully extravagant ) 17.reproachfully(expressing disapproval or disappointment) 18.congenial(pleasant because of a personality, qualities,) 19.innumerable(too many to be counted) 20.quaintness(attractively unusual or old-fashioned) 21.repression(restrain or prevent (the expression of a feeling) 22.reverie(a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts; a daydream) 23.expedient(convenient and practical, although possibly improper or immoral)

24.prestige(widespread respect and admiration felt for someone or something on the basis of a perception of their achievements or quality) 25.scrupulous(diligent, thorough, and extremely attentive to details) 26. Renounce (formally declare one's abandonment of (a claim, right, or possession) 27.profoundly(of a state, quality, or emotion) very great or intense) 28.humility(a modest or low view of one's own importance; humbleness.) 29.transmuted(change in form, nature, or substance)