verb. To hold; to have within itself.
noun. A jar, box, or other object used for holding something.
verb. To change food after it has been eaten into simpler forms that the body can use.
adjective. Hard to please; fussy.
noun. 1. Something that a person does so often that it is done without thinking.
noun. 2. A special kind of clothing worn by certain groups.
noun. A joint on a lid or door that allows it to swing open or shut.
noun. A low-lying area, often covered with tall grasses, where the ground is soft and wet.
adjective. Soft and moist underfoot.
noun. 1. A room or other place set aside for the use of babies and small children.
noun. 2. A place where plants are grown for sale.
verb. To count on; to look to for support.
adjective. Trustworthy; not likely to fail.
noun. 1. The backbone.
noun. 2. A thin, sharp, stuff part that sticks out on certain plants and animals.
verb. To do well; to grow strong and healthy.