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Angel Child, Dragon Child jangled twittered darted margins scrawledgleamed
Jangled - made a loud ringing noise The set of keys jangled noisily when I picked them up. Somewhere, a loud bell jangled.
Twittered - chattered noisily, sounding like chirping birds The class twittered happily when they had a surprise visitor. The round-eyed children twittered.
Gleamed - was bright and shiny When the princess put on her necklace, the diamonds gleamed like stars in the night sky. His laughing eyes gleamed like watermelon seeds.
moved or ran quickly from one place to another The rabbit darted across the path and ran into the tall grass. The red-haired boy darted behind the dumpster. Darte d
Scrawled Raymond scrawled my words in black squiggles. wrote quickly but not carefully. I saw the postman coming, so I scrawled the address on the envelope and quickly put the stamp in place.
Margins After I wrote the letter, I drew little hearts in the margins of the paper. I crayoned pictures in the margins. empty spaces at the edge of the page: above, below, to the left and right.
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