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daybreak
* dawn; first light;
very early morning

Antonym: dusk
awake
* conscious; alert;
wakeful

Antonym: asleep
daydream
* to dream about something
while awake
appear
* to show up;

* to become visible

Antonym: disappear
important
* main; vital

Antonym: unimportant; trivial
magic
* something that cannot
be explained

Antonym: science
librarian
* a person in charge of
a library
woods
* forest
pale
* very light in color;

* when someone's skin is very white due to sickness or fear
quiet
* making no noise; silent

Antonym: noisy
teeny peek
* a little look at something

* a small, quick, secret look
command
* an order
press
* to push on something, like
a button or key
relief
* to feel better about
something;

* to feel better with less worry, discomfort, or pain
breeze
* a light wind
seagull
* a bird with long wings, usually gray and white feathers; lives on the coast, can be seen at the beach.
riddle
* a word puzzle;
i.e. "What am I?"
ladder
* something used for climbing
research
* to gather information
dusk
* the time of day just before night
asleep
* not awake; sleeping;
in sleep
antonym: awake
dream
* the thoughts a person has while dreaming
scroll
* a rolled paper with writing used before books
surrounded
* when something is on all sides of something;
i.e. the island was surrounded by water
coral reef
* a tiny stony thing found in the sea, it is made up of skeletons
of many tiny sea animals
oceanographer
* a person who study the oceans,
the animals, and plants in the ocean
sharp
* having a point at the end
of an object for cutting
OR * very smart
Antonym: dull
hatch
* the door on a ship or a plane
control panel
* a section or board with buttons
to press that you can use
to make something work
hull
* the sides and bottom of a ship
backward(s)
* in a direction opposite to forward

* with the back first

Antonym: forward
handle
* the part which helps you to lift, turn, hold, or control things
silently
* making no sound.
starfish
* a small sea fish that has five or more arms.
steer
* to make something move in the direction you want
* to guide or control a moving object such as a car, ship, etc.
planet
* a large round celestial body that orbits a star; Earth, Mars, Venus, and Jupitor are all planets.
valley
* low land between mountains or hills.
cave
* a hollow place inside the earth
float
* to rest on the top of water or other liquid, not sinking

Antonym: sink
sway
* to move or swing from side to side
lacy
* fancy light open-work fabric
antlers
* the hard branch growth on the head
of a deer, moose, or other animal.
mushrooms
* a small fungus that grows fast;
some can be eaten, and some can be poisonous
tropical
* the place on the earth where it often has a hot climate
species
* a group of plants or animals that are alike in some ways
jellyfish
* a sea animal with a dome-shaped body filled with a jellylike material; many have long tentacles (arms) that can sting
sea horse
* a small ocean fish with a slender (thin) tail and a head like horse
stingray
* an ocean fish with a flat body and a long tail that looks like a whip
giant clam
* a large strong shellfish with a soft body inside two hard shells
pier
* a bridge built out over water on pillars used for a walk, etc.
rough
* not smooth, an uneven surface.

Antonym: smooth
smooth
* an even surface with no bumps
* moving easily.
Antonym: rough
slippery
* when a surface causes you to lose your balance and slide
ship's log
* an everyday writing on a ship
about what has happened during the trip, like a diary
octopus
* A sea animal with a soft body and eight long arms covered with suckers.