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Cheddar
A firm, usually yellowish cheese.
cantaloupe
A melon with a ribbed, rough rind and sweet-smelling orange flesh.
tangerine
A fruit related to the orange but somewhat smaller, having deep-orange skin that peels easily.
mayonnaise
A dressing made of beaten raw egg yolk, oil, lemon juice or vinegar, and seasonings.
sardine
A small herring or similar small fish, often canned for use as food.
scallion
A young onion with a small, narrow white bulb and long, narrow green leaves, both of which are eaten raw as a relish or used in cooking.
currant
The small, sour, usually red or blackish fruit of a prickly shrub, used for making jelly.
copper
One of the elements, a reddish-brown metal that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity.
attic
The space in a house just under the roof; a garret.
magnet
Something, such as a piece of metal or an ore, that attracts iron and other substances.
seltzer
1. A bubbly mineral water. 2. Artificially carbonated water.
bologna
A seasoned smoked sausage made of mixed meats.
frankfurter
A smoked sausage of beef or of beef and pork.
pheasant
Any of several long-tailed, often brightly colored birds, frequently hunted as game.
badminton
A game in which players use a light long-handled racket to hit a shuttlecock back and forth over a high net.
limerick
A humorous five-line poem in which the first, second, and last lines rhyme with each other and the third line rhymes with the fourth.
cologne
A scented liquid made of alcohol and fragrant oils.
bronze
Any of various alloys of copper that usually contain tin, sometimes with small amounts of other elements such as antimony and phosphorus.
mall
1. A street lined with shops and closed to vehicles. 2. A shopping center.
spruce
Any of several evergreen trees with short needles and soft wood often used for paper pulp.
Parmesan
A hard, dry Italian cheese, usually served grated.
stoic
Seemingly indifferent to pain, grief, etc.
meander
1. To follow a winding and turning course. 2. To wander aimlessly and idly.
labyrinth
A network of winding, connected passages through which it is difficult to find one's way without help; a maze.
tarantula
Any of several large, hairy, mostly tropical spiders that can given a painful but not seriously poisonous bite.