"A Bittersweet Memoir" by: Jerry Izenbreg November/December 2016 AR Biography Activity

Bittersweet= Both plesent and painful

" A Bittersweet memoir"

Harshly= In a ungentle un-plesent way

"You could hear the waves pounding against the jagged rocks."

Rumbled= To make a deep heavy sound

"The DC-7 taxied onto the runway received clearance,rumbled down the narrow concrete strip and pulled away from earth"

Prominent= Standing out noticeble

" He told me that Pedron Zarrilla, who was one of our most prominent baseball people."

Splendid= Excellent or very good

" He had been a splendid ballplayer."

Hypochriac=Some one who imagens they are sick or hurt ehen they are not

" In the later years, there would be people that said Roberto was a Hypochriac."

Phony= fake not genuine

"There was nothing phony about him."

Careful= with alert

" He chose his friends careful."

https://quizlet.com/172986103/novdec-16-autobiography-vocab-senteces-flash-cards/

https://quizlet.com/171308442/a-bittersweet-memoir-flash-cards/

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