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annual

(adj.) Happening every year

annual

(adj.) Somerville's ........... town meeting is in March.

annual

(n. #1) A plant that lives for one year.

annual

(n. #1) Impatiens(the flowers) my favorite ............

annual

(n. #2) A book that comes out once a year.

annuals

(n. #2) I save all my NFL foot ball ................

artificial

(adj.) Made by human beings and not by nature.

artificial

(adj.) My aunt Rosa says she can taste the difference between ............... sweetners and real sugar.

blend

(v. #1) To come or mix together in one.

blend

(v. #1) Make sure you ...... the butter and sugar before you add flour.

blend

(v. #2) To go together.

blend

(v, #2) The painters chooses colors that ....... well.

blend

(n.) A mixture.

blend

(n.) Mocha ia a ............ of chocolate and coffee.

bore

(v.#1) To make a round hole by drilling.

bore

(v, #1) If you ........ a hole in the wood first, won't split it when you put in the screw.

bore

(v. #2) to tire by being dull or uninteresting.

bore

(v. #2) The yawns of my listners told me i was beginning to .......... them.

bore

(n.) A dull and uniteresting person.

bore

(n.) He tells that same joke so often that he becomes a terrible .............

boring

(adj.) Dull and uninteresting.

boredome

(n.) A state of being bored.

boring

She sometimes streches the facts, but her stories never get ..............

boredom

when heads began to nod and eyes began to close, you can tell ................. has set in.

considerable

(adj) Great; large.

considerable

(adj.) Although my grandmother's house is a .......... distance from town, she walks to the post office there every day.

crude

(adj. #1) Raw; in an unrefind state.

crude

(adj. #1) Refineries turn ........... oil into gasoline.

crude

(adj. #2) Roughly made.

crude

(adj. #2) Andrea drew me a ....... map with a crayon on a scrap paper.

crude

(adj. #3) lll - mannered

crude

(adj. #3) As we walked back from school, we tried to ignore their ........... remarks.

evaporate

(v. #1) to change from water into steam or vapor.

evaporated

(v.#1)The water in the kettle boiled so long that it all ..............

evaporate

(v. #2) To disappear.

evaporate

(v. #2) By the third day on the mountain, our hopes of being rescued began to ................

foliage

(n.) The leaves of trees and other plants.

foliage

(n.) the house at the end of the road was compleately hidden by the ........

gash

(n.) A long deep cut.

gash

(n.) when Liza slipped on the rocks, she had to go to the hospital to get her ............ stiched up.

hue

(n.) A color; especially a shade of color.

hue

(n) The poppies in Moniti's painting stand out becouse of there vivid reddish orange ......

increase

(v.) To make or become larger; to add to.

increase

(v.) I'm going to asked my mother to ..... my allowance on my next birthday.

increase

(n.) The amount by which something gets larger.

increase

(n.) A wet spring usually means an ............. in the number of mosquitoes

nourish

(v.) To feed; to support or to make grow.

nourish

(v.)We ............. or bodies best by eating a diet of fruit,vegetables,and grains.

nourishment

(N.) Anything that feeds us or helps make us grow.

nourishment

(N.) When I had the flu, the only .............. I could take was clear chicken broth.

vary

(V.)To make or Change in.

varies

The length of the calander month .......... between 28 and 31 days.

variation

A change in form,position,or condition

variation

there isn't much ...................... in temperature where my Grandfather lives.

vision

(N.) eyesight

vision

(N.) If you are lucky enough to have 20/20 ................. ,you'll be able to see well.

vision

Sometimes seen in the mind,especally the future

vision

The founders of the united nation had a ............ of a world without hunger or war.

visual

Of or used in seeing.

visual

As a ......... aid ,the speaker projected pictures onto a large screen.

yeild

to give up someone or something;to surrennder

yeild

Congress finaly ............. to the presedents demands and passed the buget

yeild

To produce

yeild

20 gallons of milk will ................ about one pound if butter.

yeild

the amount produced

yeild

The farmer told us that you can expect a .............. of 50 pounds of fruit from each tree.

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