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Henry and Mudge and the Starry Night Vocabulary and Amazing Words Second Grade
Vocabulary Words drooled lanterns shivered snuggled
drooled to let saliva run from the mouth like a baby sometimes does
lanterns portable lamps with coverings around them to protect them from wind and rain
shivered to shake with cold, fear, or excitement
snuggled to lie closely and comfortably together; cuddle
Amazing Words galaxy tranquil wildlife underneath identify detective fascinating slimy
galaxy a huge group of stars. Earth and the sun are part of a big galaxy.
tranquil how you feel when you are very calm and peaceful
wildlife animals and plants that live wild outdoors
underneath below something The heart is underneath the smiley face.
identify tell what something is
detective a person who tries to solve a mystery or figure out a problem
fascinating something that is very interesting When a detective finds a clue, he may say that the clue is very fascinating.
slimy something that is slippery and gooey when you touch it
Amazing Words galaxy tranquil wildlife underneath identify detective fascinating slimy.
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