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WordMasters 2018-19 4th Grade Gold 1

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adorn
to beautify as with ornaments
adorn
to add beauty; to decorate
arch
a structural element, that is curved and used to span an open space such as a door
rumble
to make a long, deep sound or series of sounds
arch
to span
arch
to form an arch or curve in
arch
mischievous look or sly
bungalow
a small cozy house; cottage
churn
an apparatus in which cream or milk is beaten or agitated to form butter
churn
to beat or agitate in a churn to make butter
churn
to produce by beating or agitating milk or butter
churn
to stir vigorously
clog
to block passage along or through
clog
to make heavy, so as to hinder
clog
to fill beyond capacity
clog
to do a clog dance
clog
a blockage to motion, such as a weight attached to an animal's leg
clog
a shoe with a thick wooden sole
colossal
extremely large in size or magnitude
doze
to sleep lightly, for a short time or fitfully
doze
to fall into a light sleep
dramatic
pertaining to theater work, such as a play
dramatic
striking in appearance or effect, impressive
dramatic
characterized by heartfelt, feigned or simulated emotion of an intense nature
drone
a male bee that functions only to fertilize eggs from the queen.
drone
an unproductive person who is supported by others
drone
an aircraft whose movements are controlled from a distance
drone
to produce a low continuous sound
drone
a musical instrument or part of an instrument that produces a drone
gnarl
a knotty bulge on a tree
gnarl
to knot or twist
gnarled
bent and twisted as a trees branches or stump
gnarled
roughened, as from age or work
homely
lacking beauty, plain; unattractive
homely
not having elegance or style
homely
simple, direct, unpretentious
hunch
to be or move in a bent or arched or bent position
hunch
to push oneself forward awkwardly by jerks or thrusts
hunch
a strong suspicion or guess, intuition
hunch
a hump
hurdle
a movable or fixed barrier which a runner or horse must leap
hurdles
a type of race in which runners must leap over barriers
hurdle
an obstacle that one must overcome to make progress
hurdle
to help over a barrier in or as in a race
hurdle
to get past an obstacle
minute
a unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour
minute
in geometry, a unit of measure equal to 1/60th of a degree of an angle or arc
minute
the written record of a meeting
minute
the distance one can normally walk of drive in one minute
minute
capable of being prepared in a short time (food)
minute
extremely small in size, amount or degree
minute
attending to fine details
moat
a deep, wide ditch surrounding a castle, fort, or town, typically filled with water and intended as a defense against attack.
outburst
a bursting forth or out, as of activity, or emotion; eruption
plume
a feather, especially a large colorful or fluffy one
plume
a feather used as a decoration or as a mark of honor as on a hat or helmut
plume
of a bird, to clean or arrange its feathers; preen
plume
to be satisfied with (oneself) about something
raspy
rough and grating; harsh
rumble
to move or advance with such a sound
rumble
a fight between gangs
rumble
a rear seat or compartment in a carriage for luggage
scorch
to burn slightly
scorch
to dry or wither by subjecting to intense heat
scorch
to criticize harshly
scorch
a slight burn or mark left by it
silken
made of or similar to silk in appearance and texture
silken
smooth or pleasing; graceful or refined
slumber
to sleep lightly
slumber
to be temporarily inactive
slumber
to pass time by sleeping
stagnant
standing still, motionless
stagnant
having a foul smell or unhealthy quality as the result of standing still
stagnant
without activity, originality, or development, sluggish
stalk
a plants main stem
stalk
to track or follow
stalk
any long thin part of a plant that supports another part
stalk
to walk in in a stiff, arrogant, or threatening manner
stalk
to move through an area in search of game
wisp
a thin bundle, bunch, tuft, or the like as of straw, hair, or smoke
wisp
a thin or delicate person
wisp
a faint or fleeting trace or hint
wisp
to twist into or form a wisp or wisps