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blurted permission scald spectacular To _____ the milk, take it off the heat before it bubbles.
scald – verb – to heat to a temperature just below the boiling point
scald blurted spectacular fare I _______ out as the Olympic ceremonies began.
blurted – verb – said suddenly or without thinking
permission clenched blurted scald I had to get _____ from my parents before leaving on the school trip.
permission – noun – consent or agreement from someone in authority
chiseled fare autograph clenched The boy ____ his fist when he saw the bully walking angrily towards him.
clenched – verb – grasped or closed tightly
chiseled autograph permission blurted My sister got her favorite singer’s _________.
autograph – noun – a person’s signature written in that person’s own handwriting
autograph chiseled clenched permission The numbers were ______ into the stone next to the front doors.
chiseled – verb – out or shaped with a sharp metal tool called a chisel
chiseled spectacular fare autograph My mother paid my _____ on the bus.
fare – noun – the cost of a ride on a bus, train, airplane, ship or taxi
spectacular scald fare chiseled We watched the _____ fireworks display from our backyard.
spectacular – adjective – very impressive or unusual
addled – verb - to confuse or muddle somebody, or become confused or muddled; befuddled My grandmother seemed to be addled ; which is a side effect of Alzheimer's disease.
Scald – to heat to a temperature just below the boiling point, and to injure by burning with hot liquid or steam. The recipe said to scald the milk. In.
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