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Thanksgiving

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wonderful
very good, very pleasing
prepared
made
watch out
be careful
cranberries
small, red fruit
neighbors
people who live close to one another
sneak
do something so that other people cannot see you
mood
how someone feels
carves
cuts into pieces or slices
gathered
came together
stuffed
a feeling of being very full; filled very full of something
plenty
more than enough
gobble
eat in a quick hungry way; the sound that a turkey makes
wishbone
a bone in some birds that is shaped like a "Y". People play a game with it.
pie
a dessert with a crust and a sweet filling
piecrust
the outside pastry that holds the filling of a pie
cornbread
a bread made from corn
turkey
a type of meat from a bird killed for food
deer
an animal with hooves that lives in forests
nuts
seeds with a hard shell around them
bake
cook in an oven
pumpkin
a big, orange fruit
feast
a large meal
holiday
a day to celebrate events or important people
poet
a person who writes a poem
mental images
pictures that you form in your mind
stanzas
groups of lines in a poem
suffix
a group of letters added to the end of a word
noun
a part of speech that stands for a person, a place, or a thing
pronoun
a part of speech that takes the place of nouns
subject pronouns
a part of speech that can be used in place of nouns that are subjects
rhyme
a part of text structure in which words have the same ending sound
rhythm
a beat, like a drum sound in music
vivid language
words that help you see, hear, smell, touch, and taste what the poet or author is describing
atlas
a book of maps
pilgrim
a religious person who travel a long way to the holy place
hunted
killed for food
Native Americans
the people who lived in the Americas before Europeans and others came
the Pilgrims
a group of early European settlers who came from Europe to the Americas in the 1600s