Randy ______________his friend in stealing pumpkins by helping him to lug them home.
Alexandra's _________steps followed Wilfredo's as the band played a tango.
In the final round of the chess tournament, Gary Kasparov's ______mind enabled him to think five moves ahead.
Our karate instructor carefuly developed our __________through repeated practice of the basic movements.
Ms. Kaplan usually _____________fifteen minutes at the beginning of each French class for conversation practice.
Instead of the ___________Florida weather she had expected, Cynthia experienced cold, rainy days for most of her vacation.
After the war ended in Europe, thousands of people _____________in refugee camps, waiting for help.
By sandbagging the shore, we can ________some of the flood waters.
A juggler ___________the audience during the scene changes.
Collecting shells of so many colors and sizes was a __________our whole family enjoyed on our visit to Puerto Rico.
Baggine groceries is a ______________job, but the flexible hours allow me to finish school.
Hotel owners hope that this winter's coastal oil spill will not affect the _______of summer tourists.
Susan's paper for art history described the _________arrangement of colors in the old textile.
Madelaine kept the sand dollar as a __________of her day at the New Jersey shore.
Doctor Feldman ______________ Bruce about his childhood diseases.
Last summer, between _________acting jobs, we worked as waiters or cabdrivers.
Rice and beans are ______________in many Caribbean households.
Remove the _______________before you put those papers through the copy machine.
Wheat and corn are ____________crops of Canada.
Entering the house through the chimney, the squirrel caused a ______________ until my sister finally caught it and released it in the backyard.
A _______________crowd waited at the airport to greet the triumphant Mexican soccer team.
Sharon and Richard began an ________________argument at the wedding dinner of their daughter.
To allot funds is
to distribute them.
A staple is
a basic food.
quickness of mind or body.
A momento is something
kept as a reminder of a past event.
A humdrum task
is one that lacks interest or excitement.
To divert is to
entertain or amuse.
An influx is
movement into a place.
An intricate proposal is one
that is very detailed.
To abet someone is to
give support to that person.
A tumultuous day
is one filled with noisy excitement.
Rain was (coming down from time to time) all through the day we had chosen for painting the house.
Beautiful beaches and impressive rain forests have helped make tourism a (very important) industry in Hawaii.
Barbara's attention was (turned away) from the violinist's solo by the commotion going on two rows behind her.
Anyone who wishes to be a gymnast must learn to be (able to move quickly and easily).
The campers were (assigned as their portion) one dish of ice cream at the evening square dance.
Mom made us spit out our gum before the memorial service because chewing it, she said, would be most (unsuitable for such an occasion).
A (warm and gentle) breeze from the ocean helped keep us cool on a sweltering August afternoon.
The immigration officer (asked a number of questions of) Jonas about US history and government during his citizenship interview.
The announcement of the verdict caused (great excitement and confusion) in the press room.
Last year scientists predicted the (continuous pouring in) of killer bees from South to North America, but it never took place.