Either of the two long thin organs on the heads of some insect and sea animal, used for feeling and touching things.
Shocking, extremely bad.
To come near or nearer to somebody or something.
The power to give orders and make others obey
A thing that prevents something or makes something impossible.
A sailor who attacked and robbed other ships at sea
A person who is enthusiastic and knows a lot about a specific subject or activity.
Not excited, nervous or troubled, quiet.
Any cover that hangs over something
An electronic device for storing and analysing information fed into it.
ending to follow what is done or considered acceptable by society in general
A person who is foolishly bold and seems not to care about danger.
An organized journey or voyage with a particular aim.
Filled with or showing great happiness and excitement.
In a very quick or excited way.
Liking to be with other people
To examine something closely
A baby, especially one whose sex is not known or not relevant.
Mental illness or abnormal behaviour of a particular type.
An idea or a subject that a person thinks about very often or all the time.
Medical examination to see if one is fit. Bodily
Completely dark, with no light at all.
To fill the mind of something, so that they can think of nothing else.
To follow or chase somebody or something
A tool with a long handle and a row of metal points at the end for gathering fallen leaves
To ride on a sledge.
The length of time, which something lasts or continues
An unusual act designed to attract attention.
District away from the centre of a town or a city.
A vehicle similar to a bicycle, but with one wheel at the front and two at the back