A

    ability

    the power or skill to do something

    accept

    to receive or take (something offered)

    accurate

    free from mistakes or errors

    pillow

    a bag filled with soft material that is used as a cushion usually for the head of a person who is lying down

    owe

    to need to pay or repay money to a person, bank, business, etc.

    aware

    knowing that something (such as a situation, condition, or problem) exists

    apologize

    to express regret for doing or saying something wrong : to give or make an apology

B

    breakfast

    the first meal of the day

    borrow

    to take and use (something that belongs to someone else) for a period of time before returning

    bucket

    an open container with a handle that is used especially to hold and carry water and other liquids

    behavior

    the way a person or animal acts or behaves

    brief

    lasting only a short period of time

    bald

    having no hair or very little hair on the head

C

    cattle

    cows, bulls, or steers that are kept on a farm or ranch for meat or milk

    cough

    to force air through your throat with a short, loud noise often because you are sick

    claim

    to say that (something) is true when some people may say it is not true

D

    doom

    very bad events or situations that cannot be avoided

    dawn

    the time of day when sunlight first begins to appear

E

    eel

    a long fish that looks like a snake and has smooth slippery skin

    entrust

    to give someone the responsibility of doing something or of caring for someone or something

    edible

    suitable or safe to eat

F

    feather

    any one of the light growths that make up the outer covering of the body of a bird

    fair

    agreeing with what is thought to be right or acceptable

G

    genuine

    actual, real, or true. not false or fake

H

    handkerchief

    a small cloth used for wiping your face, nose, or eyes

    harvest

    the season when crops are gathered from the fields or the activity of gathering crops

    harm

    physical or mental damage or injury : something that causes someone or something to be hurt, broken, made less valuable or successful, etc.

    homeward

    in the direction of home

    haven

    a place where you are protected from danger, trouble, etc.

I

    ice

    frozen water

    indeed

    without any questionused to stress the truth of a statement

    idle

    not working, active, or being used

J

    jacket

    a piece of clothing that is worn on your upper body over another piece of clothing (such as a shirt) : a usually short and light coat

K

    key

    a device that is used to open a lock or start an automobile

    kettle

    a container used for heating or boiling liquid

    ken

    not within the range of what someone knows or understands

L

    lamp

    a device that produces light

    lawyer

    a person whose job is to guide and assist people in matters relating to the law

    lung

    either one of the two organs that people and animals use to breathe air

M

    map

    a picture or chart that shows the rivers, mountains, streets, etc., in a particular area

    mettle

    strength of spirit, ability to continue despite difficulties

    menfolk

    the men of a family, town, etc.

N

    neck

    the part of the body between the head and the shoulders

    needle

    a small, very thin object that is used in sewing and that has a sharp point at one end and a hole for thread

O

    obviously

    in a way that is easy to see, understand, or recognize

    odds

    the possibility that something will happen : the chance that one thing will happen instead of a different thing

P

    proud

    very happy and pleased because of something you have done, something you own, someone you know or are related to, etc..

Q

    R

      relieve

      to reduce or remove (something, such as pain or an unpleasant feeling)

      regard

      care or concern for someone or something

    S

      settle

      to end (something, such as an argument) by reaching an agreement

      suckle

      to give (a baby or young animal) milk from a breast or from an udder

      starve

      to suffer or die from lack of food : to suffer extreme hunger

      surgeon

      a doctor who performs operations that involve cutting into someone's body in order to repair or remove damaged or diseased parts : a doctor who performs surgery

    T

      tie

      to attach (someone or something) to something with a string, rope, etc.

      thread

      a long, thin piece of cotton, silk, etc., used for sewing

    U

      uneventful

      having nothing exciting, interesting, or unusual happening : not eventful

    V

      venture

      to go somewhere that is unknown, dangerous, etc.

    W

      wisdom

      good sense or judgment

      wise

      having or showing wisdom or knowledge usually from learning or experiencing many things

      wee

      very small or very young

      worth

      used to indicate the value of something

      weird

      unusual or strange

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