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Pasture
n. Area of grassland, used for grazing livestock
Nag
1) v. to annoy by persistent complaints.
2) n. a person who nags
3) n. an old worn out horse
Pesky
adj. annoying, troublesome
Blossom
1) n. the flower of a plant

2) v. to flourish or develop
Plague
1) n. an epidemic disease

2) v. to trouble, annoy, bother or pester
Harmful
adj. capable of causing harm or injury
Barge
1) n. a long, flatbottom cargo boat, pushed or pulled by another boat.
2) v. to move clumsily, bump into things
3) v. to rudely interrupt
Warp
1) v. to turn or twist out of shape
2) n. the state of being twisted or bent.
Coarse
1) adj. rough, especially to the touch
2) consisting of large particles; not fine in texture.
3) low, common quality, not refined
Alley
n. a narrow street btween or behind buildings.
Swish
1) v. to move with a hissing, rustling or whistling sound.

2). n. a sharp whistling or rustling sound.
Frayed
to become worn away or tattered along the edges
Cafe
a small restaurant
Warble
1) v. to sing with thrills, runs or quavering manner.

2) the act of singing with trills or quavers
Ragged
adj. tattered, frayed

adj. rough, harsh, not smooth
Flaw
n. a defect or fault; an imperfection
Haul
v. to tug or pull; transporting something

n. the act of pulling dragging , transporting.
Downy
made of or covered with down; very soft
Skipper
the captain of a ship
Hound
1) n. a dog

2) v. to pursue relentlessly
Placid
calm, quiet, undisturbed
Cargo
the freight carried by a ship, aircraft or vehicle.
Whir
v. To move so as to make a vibrating or buzzing sound; swishing sound.
Blustery
1) adj. a loud, gusty and harsh wind
Channel
1) n. a trench, furrow or groove

2) n. deeper part of a river or harbor; especially a navigable passage connecting two points