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to speak softly
whisper means to speak softly
shhhhhh
clever
very smart
tease
to make fun of
The boys teased the girls.
able
can do something
Tom is able to tie his shoe.
wonder
to thing about something
I wonder what the weather will be like tomorrow.
trouble
a problem
Johnathan is alway in trouble with the teacher.
wreck
to break; to destroy
He wrecked his mother's car in the accident.
manage
to direct
The girl managed the store without the owner.
respect
to look up to
The students respect their teacher by sitting quietly.
content
happy; satisfied
She was content with her job.
cause
to make something happen
The icy roads caused the accident
inquire
to ask
I inquired about a job at the mall.
decide
to make up one's mind
I could not decide which dress to buy.
glance
to look at quickly
I glanced over the test.
eager
to be very excited about something
We are eager for school to be out.
complain
to talk about something you do not like
The students complained about the worksheet.
gaze
to look at for a long time
The boy gazed into his girlfriends eyes.
stout
strong
The powerlifter was very stout.
harbor
a place where ships stop and unload
The ship unloaded at the harbor.
astonish
to surprise
They astonished me with a party.
cozy
comfortable
We are cozy near the fire.
seize
to capture or take
The cop seized the drugs from the man.
hollow
empty
The tree was hollow on the inside where the birds built a nest.
curious
eager to learn about new things
I am curious about the new school policies.
pretend
to make believe
My niece likes to pretend she's a princess.
fierce
very cruel
The substitute was very fierce.
scent
a smell
The scent of the candle flowed throughout the room.
average
normal
It is okay to be average.
compete
try to win
They compete for the trophy.
prepare
to get ready
Make sure you prepare for the test.
stump
to puzzle
The teacher stumped the students with her question.
mishief
something playful that can be harmful
The boys mishief got them into trouble.
repeat
to say or do again
Please repeat the question.
simplify
to make easier
I simplified the test.
steep
almost straight up and down
The tall hill was very steep.
startle
to surprise
The man behind the bust startled me.
borrow
to use something that belongs to someone else and then return it.
I borrowed my neighbors mower.
alarm
a bell or buzzer
The sound of my alarm woke me.
stupid
not smart
You are not stupid, you are very smart.
thief
someone who robs and steals
The thief stoled the mans wallet.
fault
something that is wrong
It was not my fault you got in trouble.
serious
not joking
The man was serious about his work.
fault
something that is wrong
It was not my fault you got in trouble.