Terms in this set (39)
V. To bravely accept or deal with a painful, difficult, or upsetting situation.
N. Something difficult or worrying that you are responsible for
V. To choose one person or thing from among a group because they are better, worse, more important etc than the others.
N. Great happiness and pleasure.
Adj. Feeling extremely happy and excited.
V. To shine softly.
Adj. Slightly wet, often in an unpleasant way.
V. To push someone gently, usually with your elbow, in order to get their attention.
N. When you are alone, especially when this is what you enjoy.
V. If a feeling, idea, or smell pervades a place, it is present in every part of it.
V. To produce or reflect a soft steady light.
N. The area of floor around a fireplace in a house.
V. If a star or light twinkles, it shines in the dark with an unsteady light.
V. Something that is used to hold an object.
V. To make light or a shadow appear somewhere.
V. To burn or shine with an unsteady light that goes on and off quickly.
N. A soft steady light.
V. To take the knots out of something, or unfasten something that has been tied.
N. the upper part of your legs when you are sitting down.
V. To move gently backwards and forwards or from side to side, or to make something do this.
N. The soft round part of your face below each of your eyes.
V. To do or have something that is not what you really wanted, but is still satisfactory.
V. To relax and enjoy something.
V. To keep and care for something that is very special, important, or valuable to you.
Adj. a foolish action, remark etc is stupid and shows that someone is not thinking sensibly.
N. a wisp of smoke, cloud, mist etc is a small thin line of it that rises upwards.
V. To say something suddenly and without thinking, usually because you are nervous or excited.
V. To speak in a voice that sounds weak and uncertain, and keeps stopping.
V. To make someone feel calmer and less worried or frightened about a problem or situation.
V. To completely stop something by making it ilegal.
V. To become red in the face, for example when you are angry or embarrassed.
V. To practise or make people practise something such as a play or concert in order to prepare for a public performance:
V. To expect that something will happen and be ready for it.
V. To work in the correct or intended way.
Adv. If a planned event, piece of work etc goes smoothly, there are no problems to spoil it.
N. A bed for a baby or young child, with bars on the side to stop the.
V. To move along on your hands and knees with your body close to the ground.
Adj. Calm and controlled, and not extreme.