2017-2018 WordMasters 3rd Grade Blue Division - Meet 3

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inlet
(n) a narrow area of water that goes into the land from a sea or lake

(n) an opening through which air, gas, or liquid can enter something
stagger
(v) to move or cause (someone) to move unsteadily from side to side

(v) to arrange (things) in a series of different positions or times
phony
(adj) not true, real, or genuine : intended to make someone think something that is not true
alcove
(n) a small section of a room that is set back from the rest of it
dampen
(v) to make (something) somewhat or slightly wet : to make (something) damp
polar
(adj) of or relating to the North or South Pole or the region around it

(adj)completely different or opposite
dab
(v) to lightly touch (something) usually with quick, small motions

(n) a small amount of something
reveal
(v) to make (something) known

(v) to make (something that was hidden) able to be seen
stylish
(adj) following the popular style
prairie
(n) a large, mostly flat area of land in North America that has few trees and is covered in grasses
tend
(v) used to describe a quality that someone or something often has or is likely to have

(v) to give your attention to and take care of (something or someone)
natural
(adj) existing in nature and not made or caused by people : coming from nature

(n) someone who is good at doing something from the first time it is done : someone who has a natural ability to do something — usually singular
flock
(n) a group of birds or animals (such as sheep)

(v) to gather or move in a crowd
spew
(v) to flow out of something in a fast and forceful way
wasteful
(adj) using more of something than is needed
patchwork
(n) something that is made up of different things

(n) pieces of cloth of different colors and shapes that are sewn together in a pattern
stammer
(v) to speak with many pauses and repetitions because you have a speech problem or because you are very nervous, frightened, etc.
rough
(adj) having a surface that is not even; having or causing sudden, violent movements

(adv) outside and without shelter
scrawl
(v) to write or draw (something) very quickly or carelessly
hush
(v) to make (someone) quiet, calm, or still

(n) a time of silence, stillness, or calm especially after noise
coarse
(adj) made up of large pieces : not fine;

(adj) rude or offensive
puff
(v) to breathe smoke from a cigarette, pipe, etc., in and out of the lungs

(v) to breathe loudly especially because of hard physical activity
bound
(adj) very likely or certain to do or to be something

(adj) tied together with something (such as a string or rope)

(adj) very determined
delicate
(adj) easily broken or damaged

(adj) attractive and made up of small or fine parts
slump
(v) to sit or fall down suddenly and heavily

(n) a sudden decrease in prices, value, amount, etc.