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Word masters Anologies By: Lily and Vivian
nook A right angled corner.
swat A powerful or crushing blow. To hit a hard slapping.
A technical language gibberish
prance To ride a prancing horse. An act of prancing.
feisty Full of nervous energy.
mist A film before the eyes. To be or become misty.
spout To eject in a stream.
bashful Socially shy or timid.
paddock An often enclosed field.
crow A language of the crow people. To utter a sound.
timber Growing trees of there wood.
lag One that lags or last.
bold Fearless before danger. Bold face.
depot A place for storing goods or motor veicels.
scold One who scolds habitually.
craggy Full of crags
trickle Issue or falls in drop.
sprint To run or to go on top speed.
mischievous maliciously or playfully annoying. 2. causing annoyance, harm, or trouble. 3. roguishly or slyly teasing, as a glance. 4. harmful or injurious
barb a point or pointed part projecting backward from a main point, as of a fishhook or arrowhead
Cranny a small, narrow opening in a wall, rock, etc.; chink; crevice; fissure: They searched every nook and cranny for the missing ring.
Saunter to walk with a leisurely gait; stroll: sauntering through the woods.
Slimsy flimsy; frail.
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