straight up and down; upright
a passage or hole for shelter
dried, hollowed out shell of fruits such as melons or pumpkins
poets use these to create musical effects in poems. Examples are - rhyme, repetition, and alliteration
using the same vowel and consonant sound at the end of two words
using the same word or phrase more than once
using the same consonant at the beginning of words
old fashioned word for "shoes"
dark colored birds with a short tail, long wings, and a sharp, pointed bill
large rabbit like animal whose color changes from brown in the summer to white in winter and whose broad feet resemble snowshoes
small, high plateau with steep sides
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