Noun: tom·boy
(boy·ish girl)
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(boy·ish girl)

Danielle begins to wonder if she is more than a tomboy as she spends her year as Dani, gradually learning to accept herself for who he is.

Chapter 1: lying: (noun) 1. the telling of lies, or false statements; untruthfulness:
Chapter 2: pre·tend (verb) 2. Lay claim to (a quality or title).
Chapter 3: sor·ry (adjective) 1. feeling regret, compunction, sympathy, pity, etc.:
Chapter 4: re·al·i·ty (noun) 1. The world or the state of things as they actually exist.
Chapter 5: cry (verb) 1. a spell of weeping.
Chapter 6: en·ter (verb) 2. begin to be involved in.
Chapter 7: jouska (noun) 1. a hypothetical conversation that you play out in your head.
Chapter 8: woe·be·gone (adjective) 1. sad or miserable in appearance.
Chapter 9: nou·dous tollens: (noun) 1.the realization that the plot of your life...
Chapter 10: alexithymia (noun) 1. inability to describe emotions in a verbal manner.
Chapter 11: so·ci·e·ty (noun) 2. A group of messed up people (my opinion, not from the...
Chapter 12: atelophobia (noun) 1. fear of imperfection; of not being enough.
Chapter 13: si·lence (verb) 2. basically human torture
Chapter 14: exulansis (verb) 1. the tendency to give up trying to talk about an...
Chapter 15: free (adj) something I will never be.
Chapter 16: adronitis (adj) 1. frustration with how long it takes to get to know someone.
Chapter 17: tristful (adj) 1. deeply yet romantically melancholy [and all that cheesy...
Chapter 18: mi·graine (noun) 2. It’s you defending in suspense, it’s you defending in a...
Chapter 19: ikigagi (n) a reason for being; the thing that gets you up in the morning.
Chapter 20: redamancy (noun) the act of loving the one that loves you; a love returned...

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