Lunch Money Spelling
Terms in this set (20)
rubbed hard in order to clean
paying attention to what someone is saying
astonished or shocked
a form of sewing yarn together to make different things
rug or soft floor covering that reaches to all edges of the floor, from wall to wall.
v. to go from place to place with no plan or purpose in mind
a group of people together in one place
the act of starting something
to read quickly, to look at quickly or carelessly
talking, or to talk in a friendly or informal way with someone
lifted shoulders upward as a sign of not caring or not knowing, hunch up shoulders to express uncertainty
giving someone trouble or annoying them, or irritating or causing trouble
beaten, or to beat something, like an egg, so that it bubbles
questioned closely; or tested
a state of acute pain, or troubled by pain or loss
quickly looked over, or to glance over
a command, or told someone to do something and gave an order
added numbers together to find the sum
a reply to a question someone asks you.
Something that makes you feel bad, or angering, making you unhappy
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