4th Grade Wordly Wise Lesson #3

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approach

v. 1. To go closer to.

approach

n. 1. A coming closer.

approach

n. 2. A road or way that leads to a place.

burrow

v. 1. To dig a hole or tunnel into or under something.

burrow

v. 2. To dig deeply into; to search.

burrow

n. A hole or tunnel dug by an animal as a home or for protection.

cease

v. To stop; to come or bring to an end.

destructive

adj. Causing harm or damage.

drowsy

adj. Tired or sleepy.

famished

adj. Very hungry.

forecast

v. To figure out and say what will happen before it takes place.

forecast

n. A telling of what will happen.

hibernate

v. To spend the winter in a resting state.

migrate

v. To move from one country or region to another.

migration

n. The act of migrating.

migratory

adj. Moving from one place or country to another; usually regularly.

nestle

v. 1. To settle down comfortably, as if in a nest.

nestle

v. 2. To lie in a sheltered, partly hidden place.

observe

v. 1. To see; to notice.

observe

v. 2. To comment; to remark

observe

v. 3. To mark an event or day.

observe

v. 4. To obey.

prepare

v. To make or get ready.

reduce

v. To make or become smaller or less.

severe

adj. 1. Very strict or harsh.

severe

adj. 2. Hard to bear or deal with.

venture

v. To dare to do, to go, or to say.

venture

n. Something that involves the risk of loss.

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