This is the vocabulary set for Mr. Thomas
To throw something or someone out a window.
To make someone feel better; soothe.
To portray someone as criminal.
To destroy with fire.
To immitate or copy out of admiration.
To move in waves.
To move back and forth (like a pendulum).
To walk from place to place.
To scold or criticise.
To explore caves.
To assign or distribute a portion.
To burn with water or steam.
To criticise or repremand.
To avoid a task or obligation.
To waste time with trivial tasks.
To give off or release.
To waste or spend foolishly.
To show someone is involved in a crime.
To verify that something is true.
To become rigid and inflexible
To weaken or to lessen in intensity.
To mislead or trick.
To look at or examine.
To find not guilty.
To call someone over.
To hinder; to provide obstacles; to prevent progress.
To steal something.
To move by twisting like a worm.
To remove from entanglements.
To begin a journey.
To flood or overwhelm.
To direct ones hopes toward achieving a goal.
To make secret plans to commit wrongful acts.
To perform or utter repeatedly.
To put in prison.
To support, to strengthen.
To become dry due to age.
To sort through, to separate particles.
To cause someone to be hostile.
To formally withdraw from a group or organization.
To rule over or govern.
To occupy a place.
To raise and lower, to increase intensity.
To become smaller and weaker due to lack of use.
To put into words.
To pronounce clearly.
To collect and hide away.
To stop or ban a practice.
To refer to indirectly.
To stir or mix up.
To make worse; increase the effect of.
To hide something; to place out of sight.
To experience great anguish or worry
To turn upside down; to reverse the arrangement of.
To return to a previous state or condition.
To make rude and mocking remarks.
To place in battle formation or appropriate position.
To occupy a place idly (To stand around and do nothing).
To spread seeds; to begin growth.
To gather; to harvest.
To stick to; to hold fast.
To involve as a necessary part.
To decide (usually between two options).
To enter restricted space; to intrude.
To question someone's credibility.
To defy a rule or order.
To accept and allow; to approve of.
To prevent people from entering; to rope off or block.
To climb awkwardly.