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ACCOMMODATE
v.-1. To have or to find room for.
2. To da a favor for.
AGGRESSIVE
adj.-1. Ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way.
2. Bold and active.
BASK
v.-1. To relax where it is pleasantly warm.
2. To enjoy a warm or pleasant feeling.
CARCASS
n. The dead body of an animal.
CONCEAL
v. To keep something or someone from being seen or known; to hide.
FLAIL
v. To strike out or swing wildly; to thrash about.
GORGE
n. A narrow passage between steep cliffs.

v. To stuff with food; to eat greadily.
MORSEL
n. A small amount, especially of something good to eat; a tidbit.
PROTRUDE
v. To stick out; to protect.
RIPPLE
v. To form small waves.

n. A movement like a small wave.
SLITHER
v. to move with a sliding, side-to-side motion of the body.
SLUGGISH
adj.-1. Lacking energy; not active.
2. Slow moving.
SNOUT
n. The nose or jaws that stick out in front of a certain animals' heads.
TAPER
v.-1. To make or become less wide or less thick at one end.
2. To lessen gradually. (Usually used with "off")
n. A thin candle.
VISIBLE
adj. Able to be seen; exposed to view; not hidden.

VISIBILITY-n.-1. The condition of being easily seen.
2. The distance within which things can be seen.