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51 Cards in this Set

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assembly
group of people gathered together for some purpose
anniversary
yearly return of a special date
accordion
musical wind instrument with bellows, reeds, keys, and buttons
empty
with nothing or no one in it
single
separate from others
accuracy
freedom from mistakes; correctness
commercials
paid ads on TV or radio
entertainment
something that entertains or amuses
chorus
group of singers or dancers
nuisance
something that annoys or irritates
performance
show or presentation
memorizing
learning by heart
promptly
quickly; right away
exercises
a series of movements to build strength
Braille
a system of writing designed for blind people
sculpt
to carve shapes from wood, clay, or stone
imitating
mimicking
dollop
small portion
marigolds
yellow flowers that have a stong smell
sternly
firmly
crinkled
wrinkled
fringe
border of hanging threads; to make a border of hanging threads
bounding
bouncing
basement
part of a building that is underground
shivered
trembled, as with cold or fear
arguing
disagreeing
clattered
made a rattling noise
plains
areas of almost level land that are nearly treeless; prairies
prairie
a plain
skillets
shallow cooking pans used for frying foods
scrape
to remove by rubbing with something sharp
rodeo
public contest of various cowboy skills, such as riding broncos
impress
to affect someone's mind or feelings
mimicking
imitating
gift
a talent
deeds
things that are done; acts
tribe
a group of people with the same customs united under the same leader
warriors
people trained in fighting and hunting skills
custom
a long-standing tradition
marmalade
jam made form fruit, usually citrus fruit
cocoa
hot drink made with powdered chocolate
vacuum
container that keeps liquids hot or cold
easel
three-legged stand for holding a painting
handkerchief
small piece of cloth
retired
no longer working, usually because of age
exhibition
public showing
antiques
things made very long age
granddaughter
daughter of one's son or daughter
sculpt
to carve shapes from wood, clay, or stone
imitating
mimicking
dollop
small portion