Wordly Wise 3000 Book 4 lesson15
To forbid, especially by passing a law or making a rule.
To focus all one's thoughts or efforts on.
To be about; to interest.
To think about carefully.
To compare in order to show the differences.
Easily broken or damaged.
Something that is likely to do harm or is regarded as dangerous.
To swoop down on and seize.
Of a time just before the present.
Something that stands for something else.
The claw of a bird, usually one that kills animals for food.
Something, as a prize or award, given to show success in an activity.
Spread or stretched out over a large area.
Quick; without too much time passing.
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