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Grumbling
Verb. To complain in a low voice and in an angry or unhappy way. (ex. Bert kept grumbling all day because he could not go out to play.)
Mischief
Action that is naughty or that may cause harm. (ex. My mother has to watch my younger brother all the time to keep him out of mischief.)
Duty
Something that should be done. It is right or important. (ex. Police have a duty to keep people safe.)
Council
Noun. A group of people who meet to talk about something or to make plans. (ex. The council met, and members decided to clean up the park.)
Summons.
Noun. An order for someone to be at a certain place at a certain time. (ex. The police officer gave the driver who was speeding a summons to traffic court.)
Satisfy
Verb. To meet someone's needs or wishes. (ex. Dawn kept changing her picture until she was satisfied with the way it looked.)
Non-sense
Noun. Something that is silly or that does not make sense. (ex. The story about pigs flying is nonsense.)
Plotting
A secret plan. (ex. The snake thought the animals were plotting something bad.
Limb
A large branch. (ex. The rotten branch fell from the tree damaging the roof.)
Alarmed
Sudden fear. (ex. The deer heard a noise, became alarmed and ran off.)