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Wordly wise 3000 book 5 lesson 20
Terms in this set (15)
plenty, more than enough
Something that is carried, especially a heavy load
N. A feeling of sharing the suffering of others and of wanting to help; sympathy; pity
To act in agreement with a rule or another's wishes.
Awkward and hard to handle; unwieldy.
To cause pain or sorrow; to trouble or worry.
To meet unexpectedly. To be faced with. A battle or fight.
to put forth effort
angry or resentful about something that seems wrong or unfair
n. A joke or the act of joking. v. To joke or say things lightheartedly.
Laughter; joyfulness expressed through laughter.
A useful lesson about life. Having to do with questions of right and wrong. Based on what is right and proper.
The parts far from the center, as of a town.
to begin again after a pause
v. To make fun of; to mock. n. Words or actions intended to make fun of or mock. adj. Laughable; deserving of mockery.
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