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feisty
touchy, excitable, quarrelsome
tumbleweeds
a densely branched plant that when withered break off their roots and tumble across the land with the wind.
holler
to yell or shout
eerie
spooky or scary
sputtering
to speak in a hasty or confusing fashion, to stammer
squall
a brief, sudden, and violent windstorm, often accompanied by rain or snow.
pungent
with a very strong odor or smell
hearthstones
stones used to build a hearth on a fireplace
wretched
lonesome and miserable
reins
long leather straps used to guide a horse
shuffling
walking without picking up ones feet.
squawk
to utter a harsh scream or screech
flax
a plant with small blue flowers, used for the fiberto create ropes etc.
energetic
full of energy
windbreak
a row of trees, plants or bushes planted to prevent the wind from damaging a building such as a house or barn.
paddock
a small fenced in part of a field used by farmers or ranchers to contain livestock.
whickering
the sound made by a horse.
pesky
annoying, troublesome
wild-eyed
having a crazed look in one's eyes.
mica
a thin and brittle mineral
peering
looking intently, searchingly and with difficulty.
petticoat
a skirt, particularly a woman's slip or undergarment
nasturtiums
a plant having five broad petals that are usually yellow, orange, or red. Their pungent leaves and seeds are sometimes used as seasoning.
primly
with properness, neatness and precision to the point of affectation.