Vocabulary for Chapters 22 - 26
dumbfounded - to confound with amazement
Pg. 87 - Dumbfounded, the old man drove back out of the park to the nearest diner, where he sat with a cup of coffee while the boy wolfed down meatloaf and gravy, mashed potatoes, zucchini, salad, and coconut custard pie.
repertoire - the accomplishments or skills of a person.
Pg. 97 - Except for one pitch, the only one left in his repertoire from the old days.
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