Unit 4: Frankenstein and How Frankenstein Began

Learn these words from an adaptation and introduction of the novel by Mary Shelley (Inside: Level A, Unit 4).

Here are our links to the selections of "Creepy Classics": Frankenstein; How Frankenstein Began, Film Fright, Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich, Mister Monster, Frankenstein

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  1. lonely
    lacking companions or companionship
  2. creature
    a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
  3. voyage
    a journey to some distant place
  4. weary
    physically and mentally fatigued
  5. accept
    receive willingly something given or offered
  6. record
    set down in permanent form
  7. create
    bring into existence
  8. evil
    morally bad or wrong
  9. experiment
    the act of conducting a controlled test or investigation
  10. scientist
    a person with advanced knowledge of empirical fields
  11. secret
    something that should remain hidden from others
  12. grave
    a place for the burial of a corpse
  13. slaughterhouse
    a building where animals are butchered
  14. quiver
    shake with fast, tremulous movements
  15. rasp
    speak in a harsh, grating voice
  16. repulsive
    so extremely ugly as to be terrifying
  17. hideous
    so extremely ugly as to be terrifying
  18. destroy
    do away with; cause the ruin or undoing of
  19. pace
    walk with slow or fast steps
  20. slumber
  21. crumple
    fold or collapse
  22. vacant
    not containing anyone or anything; unfilled or unoccupied
  23. companion
    a friend who is frequently with another
  24. terrorize
    coerce by violence or with threats
  25. vow
  26. abandon
    leave someone who needs or counts on you; leave in the lurch
  27. misery
    a feeling of intense unhappiness
  28. fantastic
    fanciful and unrealistic; foolish
  29. regret
    feel sorry for; be contrite about
  30. wicked
    morally bad in principle or practice
  31. vanish
    become invisible or unnoticeable
  32. conversation
    the use of speech for informal exchange of views or ideas
  33. vivid
    evoking lifelike images within the mind
  34. image
    a mental representation
Created on August 5, 2016 (updated August 17, 2016)

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