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The Orphan of Ellis Island


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abandoned
accidentally
accompanied
accordion
accustomed
ambulance
ammunition
ancient
anxiety
anxiously
arbor
aroma
assure
assured
astonishment
backfired
battery
billowing
bittersweet
blight
burly
cadence
canopy
caseworker
cask
casket
cathedral
cavernous
coaxed
commotion
complexions
concentrate
concertina
confident
consisted
conspicuously
contentment
continual
cowlick
crimson
cringed
cutthroats

deafening
deceased
declared
dedicated
demon
demurely
departure
desperate
devoured
dimpled
din
disembark
disinfectant
diversion
divert
dormitories
dumbstruck
dwelling
ebbed
embark
embarrassment
embrace
enveloped
envious
expressionless
fantasia
fashionable
fašade
foster
fragrance
frantically
frayed
furrowed
furtively
gangplank
gaped
genuinely
glint
greenhorn
haughty
hawking
heady

hearse
heroically
hesitated
horrified
imaginary
immigrants
imposing
inconsolable
incredibly
inquire
interpreter
jeers
lament
lamentations
listless
lye
malaria
mandolin
manure
marveled
mechanically
medically
memorial
muffled
opportunity
orchard
ornate
overcome
overwhelmed
parcels
partition
passage
patience
patron
poisonous
possessions
protest
punctuating
pungent
quell
quipped
realization

recounted
reemerged
relics
reluctantly
resemblance
retorted
retrieved
ridicule
ringlets
rites
rummaged
salvation
spiraled
sponsors
squabbles
stammer
steerage
stench
sternly
stifled
swaggering
tapestry
taunted
temporary
temptation
terraced
thievery
threadbare
tobacco
transferred
translated
unkempt
urgent
ushering
utmost
ventilation
verify
vindictive
weariness
winced
woeful
wrath

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