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idol
(noun) person or thing loved very much
herd
(noun) a group of animals of one kind
stationery
(noun)writing materials such as paper, cards, and enveloped
straight
(adjective) without a bend or curve; not crooked; honest
complement
(something that completes or makes perfect
sheer
(adjective) very thin; almost transparent
stationary
(noun) not movable; standing still
shear
(verb) to cut with scissors; cut close
compliment
(noun) something good said about one; praise
hostel
(noun) a lodging place, especially supervised for young people
idle
(adjective) doing nothing; not working
hostile
(adjective) unfriendly; unfavorable
principal
(noun) a chief person; one who gives orders
capital
(noun) a city where the government of a country or state is located: an upper case letter
heard
(verb) took in through the ear
their
(adjective) possessive form of they
capitol
(noun) the building in which a state legislature meets
principle
(noun) a fundamental truth: an accepted rule of action or conduct
there
(adverb) in or at that place
strait
(noun)a narrrow channel connecting two larger bodies of water