Injustice Unfair treatment of a person or thing.

Injustice Unfair treatment of a person or thing.

Lesson Two Vocabulary Words Story: My Brother

Martin Injustice Unfair treatment of a person or thing. The student was upset at the injustice of not having

a snow day. numerous Including or made up of a large number. The sky was filled with numerous stars.

segregation The act of segregating or the condition of being separated. Laws of segregation once kept African American

and white Americans separate. nourishing Helping to promote life, growth, or strength. Water and sunlight are nourishing for a plant.

captured To hold by force or skill. The yarn captured the kittens attention.

dream Something hoped for. The mans dream was to win the lottery. encounters

An unexpected meeting with a person or thing. He had several encounters with a snake. preferred

To like better The girl preferred the brightly colored boots over the black boots. recall

To remember. She could not recall how to get back to the park. example Something or someone that should be

copied. A firefighter is an example of someone who

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