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bench [bentʃ] n. A bench is a long seat for two or more people.
Most parks have benches for citizens to relax upon.
daisy [ˈdeɪzɪ] n. A daisy is a small flower with white petals and a yellow center.
There were a few daisies growing in the field.
dispute [diˈspjuːt] n. A dispute is an argument or disagreement that people have.
Karen and Brian often have disputes about silly things.
n. An empty container is one that has no things in it.
The teacher show the studenta an empty bottle.
horror [ˈhɔ:rər] n. Horror is a feeling of being very afraid or shocked.
The audience screamed in horror when the ghost appeared in the movie.
incident [ˈɪnsədənt] A .n incident is an event that is usually not pleasant.
Mr. Wilson had an incident where he became sick and had to leave.
mist [mist] n. Mist is water that you can see in the air or on a surface.
The forest was covered with mist.
object [ˈɒbdʒɪkt] n. An object is an unliving thing that you can see or touch.
The shopping cart was filled with objects.
orphan [ˈɔːrfən] n. An orphan is a child who does not have parents.
The orphan frequently cried during the night.
plot [plɔt] v. To plot is to make a secret plan to do something that is wrong or mean.
The group was plotting to ruin the company’s financial reports.
pregnant [ˈpregnənt] adj. A pregnant woman or animal is going to have a baby.
The pregnant woman was shopping for baby clothes.
rage [reɪdʒ] n. Rage is a very angry feeling.
The chef was filled with rage when his helpers ruined the meal.
revenge [rɪˈvendʒ] n. Revenge is the act of hurting someone who has hurt you.
He broke his sister’s doll as revenge after she lost his favorite book.
shame [ʃeɪm] n. Shame is a bad feeling about things one has done wrong.
The boy felt shame about misplacing his clothes.
sigh [saɪ] v. To sigh is to breathe out loudly to show tiredness, boredem or sadness.
Molly sighed when she looked at all the information she had to research.
sneak [sniːk] v. To sneak is to move quietly in order not to be seen or heard.
The thief snuck out of the house without anyone noticing him.
spare [spɛə:r] v. To spare something is to give it away because it is not needed.
I wanted to help him but I couldn’t spare a tire.
stem [stem] n. The stem of a plant is the stick that grows leaves or flowers.
The rose had a long thin stem.
supper [ˈsʌpər] n. Supper is a meal that is eaten in the evening.
We usually have supper around 6 o ‘clock at my house.
tender [ˈtendə:r] adj. A tender food is soft and easy to chew.
The meat was so tender they didn’t need knives to cut it.
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