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Vocabulary for The Crowded House
The show on television Are you smarter than a fifth grader? is a test of wits. wits - mind, the ability to think
wailing We could hear the little boy wailing when he fell in the ditch. wailing (noun) a loud, long cry expressing unhappiness or pain
The children were faring well after even though they moved to a new school. faring - getting along
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The Crowded House
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