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Mrs. Harrison's 7-2 English Defining Nonsense words by Context

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What does the nonsense word "yop" mean from the following sentences:
Sam wrinkled his yop in distaste when he walked by the skunks. He covered his yop with his hand.
yop means nose
What does the nonsense word "fipt" mean from the following sentences:
Sam opened the fipt to look for something to drink and stood there with the door open. "Close the door!" yelled his mother. "You're letting all of the cold air out!"
fipt means refrigerator
What does the nonsense word "culdot" mean from the following sentences:
The lion paced back and forth in his culdot. "It's a good thing that the culdot keeps that lion from getting loose!" thought Sam.
culdot means cage
What does the nonsense word "nibert" mean from the following sentences:
Sam pulled off his nibert and fluffed up his hair. The nibert had flattened it over the course of the day. Sam hung his nibert on a hook.
nibert means hat
What does the nonsense word "akkem" mean from the following sentences:
Sam watched the akkem slither across the driveway. The akkem looked venomous, so Sam kept his distance.
akkem means snake
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