(noun) A flat circular stone, used for sharpening tools.
"Instead of using a more modern invention, he still sharpens all of his tools on an old ______."
*Ibis (pronounced EYE biss)
(noun) wading birds of warm regions having long slender down-curved bills
(adjective) of a vivid red to reddish-orange color
"Everyone said she looked like a matchstick when the skinny girl dyed her hair __________."
(adjective) about to happen, likely to occur at any moment
"Once the storm was _______ we all went to the storm shelter."
n. membrane enclosing a baby during gestation that sometimes attaches to the baby's head during birth
(pronounced IN vah lid, not in VAL id)
n. someone who is incapacitated by a chronic illness or injury.
"The unexpected illness turned the formerly energetic girl into a complete ____."
n. town square
n. a large covered porch, especially one attached to a house.
"When we were in Italy, every morning we had coffee out on the ______ so we could enjoy the beautiful view."
v. said again, repeated
"The teacher ______ the instructions at least 5 times, so no student could claim they didn't know what to do."
n. a worrisome responsibility, hardship
"She thought having twins would be a huge ______, but with everyone's help it became quite easy."
v. to swerve or lurch from side to side while in motion
"The bus _____ed into the cafe cause thousands of dollars in damages."
adv. in a gloomy, silent, surly way
"She was ______ for weeks after her cat passed away."
adj. having illustrious rainbow-like colors.
Above is a picture of a "rainbow boa". If you look closely where the sun is reflection off of it's skin, you will see an iridescent quality.
"The "Rainbow Boa" got it's name because of its _____ skin."
n. a powerful circular current of water (usually the resulting of conflicting tides), center of a situation, which draws in all that surrounds it
"The boat began spinning it circles once it was sucked into the _____."
adj. damaged; destroyed; ruined, destroyed or caused by decline or decay.
adj. suffering from a disease; destroyed
"The _______ crops were a sure sign that the farm had been infested by millions of bugs.",
n. Persistence; stubbornness; stubborn adherence to a plan
"She succeeded in everything she did due to her ambition and ______."
adv. dangerously, unsteadily; insecurely
"The glass of water was placed ______ on the edge of the table, just waiting for someone to knock it over."
faded away; dissipated
"The smoke eventually _______ into the air and everyone could breath again."
an opinion different from accepted belief; the denial of an idea that is generally held sacred
"For JIm, a die-hard Eagles fan, wearing a Giants jersey would be like ______."
"At the time, since Galileo's theories disagreed with the Bible, he was accused of ______."