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mustache
The trimmed hair on a man's upper lip.
fastened
To attach one thing to another.
beyond
Outside of; farther away than
cartwheel
A sideways movement in which the body turns like a wheel.
seriously
In a thoughtful and honest way.
collection
Things gathered together for study or as a hobby.
perform
To sing, dance, act, or play an instrument, or use some other talent in front of an audience.
recite
To say something from memory.
gym
A large room or building used for sports and for training athletes.
roam
To move or travel around with no purpose.
prefer
To favor or choose one thing over another.
enjoying
To get happiness from.
billions
A thousand million; an amount that seems too great to count or know.
vanish
To go out of sight; to pass from sight,
outfielder
A ballplayer who catcher in the outfield, the area outside of the baseball diamond.
ballhawk
A nickname given to a ballplayer who is good at catching balls,especially ones that are hard to catch.
concentrate
To give complete attention to; to think hard about.
depend
To trust or count on someone to do something.
fault
Guilt or responsibility for doing something wrong.
contagious
Spread easily from one person to another; usually used to describe a disease.
prescription
Written instructions from a doctor for the preparation and use of a medication.
comfort
Someone or something that makes others feel better when they are in pain or unhappy.
longed
To want something very much.
glanced
To look at very quickly.
attention
The act of noticing, listening to, or thinking about someone or something.
unexpected
Surprising; unplanned.
generation
Any group of people born at about the same time.
summoned
To order a person to come.
faithful
Firm and constant; worthy of trust.
persistently
Never giving up.
fortunate
Having good luck.