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33 Cards in this Set

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logical
reasonable; to be expected
irritably
grumpily; crossly
scrounging
looking for scraps of food or abandoned materials
wistfully
longly; sadly remembering something nice
eavesdropping
listening secretly to a conversation
disposition
one's usual way of acting; temperament
scroungong
looking for scraps of food or abandoned materials
tutor
to teach privately
bonding
establishing closer ties or friendships
glumly
in a gloomy way
piteously
sorrowfully; in a way that makes others feel sorry for someone
tundra
an area in artic regions where there are no trees and where the ground is frozen all year
acquaintance
knowing someone or something
sympathetically
in a way that shows concern for someone else's feelings
surrender
the act of giving up
abundant
in large amounts or numbers; more than enough
ceases
stops
habitat
natural home of a plant or animal
brush
small trees and shrubs
grudge
ill will toward someone
bicker
to disagree in a quarrelsome way
excitable
very emotional; easily excited
spiny
having thorns
teeming
full; almost overflowing
decomposes
decays or rots
topple
fall over or be pushed over
impose
to put an unwanted burden on
rustle
a soft sound made by things rubbing together
pastimes
pleasant ways of passing time
conch
a large, spiral shell
windbreak
a row of trees, used to block the wind
alarmed
frightened or worried
paddock
a fenced-in piece of land usually used for grazing horses