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NO WORD LIMIT Vocabulary Raceway Lesson 3.13 By Diana Dell Adapted from the Reading Keys Program
Set 3.13 Words in this set: troutpouchannounce encountersourcehasty
trout Definition: a freshwater fish with speckles and small scales Margie caught a large trout in the stream.
pouch Definition: A bag or sack for carrying objects Joey stored his marbles in a small pouch.
announce Definition: To make a statement which can be heard or read by the public He announced the beginning of the race.
encounter Definition: A brief meeting – usually unplanned He was surprised to encounter a horse at the water cooler.
source Definition: Where something begins – its point of origin They paddled the canoe from the source of the river to its mouth. the river to its mouth.
hasty Definition: Moving too fast to be safe or accurate He was so hasty when he left for vacation that he forgot to tie down the luggage. Start over
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