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eaves
n. pl. the overhanging edges of a roof
offense
n. the act of doing wrong; a crime; a sin TAKE OFFENSE v. to become annoyed or displeased
reflect
v. 1:to throw back or to be thrown from a surface, such as light, heat and sound are reflected 2: to think over to think carefully
adage
n. A brief saying that usually contains some truth
spectator
n. a person whowatches without taking part, espesially at sports, an onlooker
erode
v. to wear away; to eat away, as by acid or rain
restrain
v. to hold in check; to control
pine
n. an evergreen tree; the wood of this tree v. to become weak or thin with sorrow or longing
swine
n. 1: a pig or hog 2:amean or disgusting person n. pl. pigs or hogs
comprehend
v. 1: to understand fully 2:to include; to take in
COMPREHENSIVE asj. including everything; complete
chink
n. 1:a narrow opening espesially between two boards; a crack 2: aclicking sound,such as that made by coins striking together
v. to fill up (small cracks)
hull
n. the outer-covering of a
seed or fruit 2: the main outer body of a ship or plane v. to remove the casings from certain fruits and nuts; to shell