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shabby What does this word mean?
shabby Worn out and old looking
shabby Sentence example: Look at these shabby houses!
shabby Sentence example: Do you see these shabby clothes?
shabby Sentence example: This dresser is a bit shabby.
This car is NOT shabby. It is new and beautiful.
Is this car shabby?
This car is shabby. It is worn out and old looking.
Here is another shabby car.
embarrass What does this word mean?
embarrass cause to feel ashamed or uncomfortable
What are some reasons a person might feel embarrassed?
embarrass Sentence example: I feel embarrassed for breaking a plate.
embarrass Sentence example: I am embarrassed because I broke the window.
embarrass Sentence example: I am embarrassed for tripping over the wire.
embarrass Sentence example: The goalie was embarrassed for missing the ball.
midst What does this word mean?
midst the middle part or center
midst Sentence example: The blue man is in the midst of the crowd.
midst Sentence example: Now the red man is in the midst of the crowd.
midst Sentence example: Can you find the red man in the midst of the group?
elevated What does this word mean?
elevated raised, especially above the ground
elevated Sentence example: The lady elevated her leg.
elevated Sentence example: Do you see the porch that is elevated?
elevated Sentence example: The car is driving over the elevated bridge.
elevated Sentence example: Cars drove under the elevated roadway.
dazed What does this word mean?
dazed surprised or confused
dazed Sentence example: The man fell and hit his head. He felt dazed.
dazed Sentence example: The boy was feeling sick and dazed.
dazed Sentence example: The man had a dazed expression on his face.
collapses What does this word mean?
collapses falls, breaks down, or fails; folds up
collapses Sentence example: The boy collapsed on the stairs.
collapses Sentence example: Did you see the tree collapse on the house?
collapses Sentence example: A part of the house collapsed.
collapses Sentence example: The buildings collapsed and were destroyed.
collapses Sentence example: Look how the entire house collapsed!
collapses Sentence example: A part of the bridge collapsed.
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