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SING TO THE DAWN (CHAPTER 2) page 13-15

Scrawled - write (something) in a hurried, careless way.


Furrow - a long, narrow trench made in the ground by a plough
Plough - drawn over soil to turn it over (membajak)
Rekindled - revive (something lost or lapsed)
Snorted - make a sudden explosive sound through one's nose (mendengus)
Poised - having a composed and self-assured manner
Plow - plough
Feeble - lacking physical strength, especially as a result of age or illness
Piped up - speak up
Vehement - showing strong feeling; forceful,
Retorted - say something in answer to a remark, typically in a sharp, angry,
Reaped - cut or gather (a crop or harvest).
Peering - look down
Earnestly - with sincere and intense conviction;
Mustered - gather together
Fumbled - do or handle something clumsily.
Quell - put and end to
Sagged - bulge downwards under weight or pressure (crumple)
Exasperation - a feeling of intense irritation or annoyance.
Briskly - in an active, quick, or energetic way.