The Color of Water
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I wouldn't call him if I were you.
He was wearing a foolish grin.
An ancient Jewish prayer sequence regularly recited in the synagogue service, including thanksgiving and praise and concluding with a prayer for universal peace.
A list of forbidden books.
Snuck (past sneak)
He snuck a few cookies out of the jar while his mother wasn't looking.
A hairy person or animal has a lot of hair on their body.
Unfriendly and impatient.
A small round piece of metal, plastic, etc. that is sewn onto a piece of clothing and used for fastening two parts together.
In a way that appears to be true but may in fact not be.
Having a gentle and quiet voice.
A type of soft hat for men that has a wide brim.
In or to a lower position than somebody/something.
Toward the outside of something.
Not likely to slip or fall when walking, climbing, or running.
Having or showing a kind and quiet nature : not harsh or violent.
To make an animal or a plant breed with a different breed; to breed with an animal or a plant of a different breed.
The long, narrow part of a weapon, tool and instrument.
To take something quickly and often rudely or roughly.
To steal things from a shop or store.
To change direction suddenly, especially in order to avoid hitting somebody/something.
The quality of being strange or unusual.
Absence of awareness.
Relaxed and calm in a way that shows that you do not care or are not worried about anything.
Energy or speed.
A large wide flat sea fish that has a long tail with a sharp sting in it that can cause serious wounds.
To stand or move in an unsteady way so that you look as if you are going to fall.
While shaking and feeling weak, often because you are ill/sick, emotional or old.
Strange or unusual.
A crowd of people.
In the place of somebody,something.
The part of a shirt, jacket, etc., that covers all or part of your arm.
A person who behaves in a stupid way.
Used for introducing a statement that makes the main statement in a sentence seem surprising.
Of people, especially of three or more members of the same family.
Look keenly or with difficulty at someone or something.
Stood (past stand)
To get up onto your feet from another position.
To take somebody/something somewhere very quickly and suddenly.
Old and torn.
A way of cutting and arranging someone's hair.
Money and/or property that, in some societies, a wife or her family must pay to her husband when they get married.
Plan or organize something in advance.
To say that (someone or something) is honest, true, or good.
To perform brilliantly.
Playful and funny.
To cover somebody/something with soil, rocks, leaves, etc.
To hit somebody/something with your foot.
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