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Wordly wise 3000 book 5 lesson 19
Terms in this set (15)
In a sleeplike state. Not active, but able to become active.
Graceful or refined in appearance or behavior
to burst forth violently
To dig out. To uncover by digging.
To eject; to release, as from a container. To force to leave.
n1.A disagreeable smoke or gas. v2. To feel or show anger or resentment.
made liquid by heat; melted
showing or taking great care or effort
to die; to be killed or destroyed
the total number of people in a certain place
something that comes before or introduces the main part
to burn with hot liquid or steam
amazing because it is very great or very large
To kill or die by stopping access to air.
a shaking movement
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