v. To scold or yell at someone strongly.
adj. Not in a hurry; and calm.
adj. Without anyone else nearby.
n. Money that you get back from a coupon.
v. To put a group of papers in the right page order.
v. To have enough money to buy something.
v. To argue a long time about something.
v. To tell cool and fun stories to someone.
v. To pretend to be nice so you can persuade someone to do something.
v. To mess up the way something looks.
v. To come back to live, or to bring someone back to life.
v. To try to win in a contest or game.
adj. Greater than all others.
v. To secretly plan something bad or illegal.
v. To give up or surrender.
v. To set someone or something free. Also, to stop holding something and let it fall.
v. To make someone feel a burst of energy and happiness.
v. To meet up with someone or a group of people.
v. To become less. (usually talking about water)
v. To slow someone down.
v. Choose to stop working at a certain age.
v. To be affected or decided by something else.
prep. At the back of something or someone.
adj. To keep something away.
prep. At the side of something or someone.
v. To go to an event.
v. To come from a source.
v. To use abusive language at someone.
n. Hard building material that feels like stone, made from cement, sand, and water.
adj. Not noticed.
v. To make or cause something.
V. To make someone very happy or proud.
n. A large piece of land property.
v. To spread throughout.
v. To tell or describe something that happened.
n. A student at a military school.
v. To say out loud to an audience, usually from memory.
v. To protect.
V. To force or strongly persuade.
n. A dance for couples where they turn continuously while moving around.
n. A large long-necked water bird with usually white feathers.
v. To say something very loudly.
adj. Not asleep.
v. To stop supporting or to give up on somebody.
n. An order or command.
v. To change into something.
v. To become less in amount or intensity.
v. To be surrounded and harassed.
v. To act in a polite and self-controlled way.