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A New Coat for Anna remainedstrung wound weaverbolt
remained: stayed in the same place or stayed the same But when the war ended the stores remained empty. After the small snack the boys remained hungry.
strung: stretched from one place to another Soon red yarn was hanging up to dry on a clothesline strung across the kitchen. Maria made a necklace of beads strung on a piece of ribbon.
wound: wrapped around and around When it dried, Anna and her mother wound the yarn into balls. The boys wound the rope around the tree.
weaver: a person who makes fabric from thread or yarn They took the yarn to the weaver. At the fair this summer, we watched a weaver make rugs on a loom.
bolt: a roll of cloth When Anna and her mother returned, the weaver gave them a bolt of beautiful red cloth. We pulled out a bolt of printed fabric to take a closer look at the pattern.
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