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Scrounging

To get something you need by searching, hunting, borrowing

Subside

To become less, decrease

Thicket

A thick patch of shrubs, bushes, or small trees

Quality

High grade; superiority; excellence

Eavesdrop

To listen to other people talk without letting them know

Logical

Reasonable; to be expected

Leery

Suspicious or mistrustful; warry

Enchanting

Charming; captivating, to attract and delight fascinating

Acquaintance

A person you know but usually not a close friend

Prophesy

To foretell or reveal, especially under divine inspiration

Avalanche

Anything that comes suddenly and in large amounts

Pagoda

A far Eastern tower usually with roofs curving upward; several stories tall

Gape

To stare in surprise, awe, or wonder, especially with the mouth open

Luxury

Something expensive or hard to obtain; something with classiness or elegance rather than a necessity

Furiously

With much noise, excitement, or activity; frantically

Fidget

To move in a nervous or restless way

Luscious

Having a delicious taste or smell

Luscious

Having a delicious taste or smell

Deduction

The process of finding an answer by using what is already known to be ture

Insulate

Covered, lined,or separated with a material that prevents or reduces the passage or leakage of heat

Rubbish

Material that is thrown away or useless; garbage

Jinx

Someone or something that is believed to cause bas luck

Salvage

To save or rescue something from harm or destruction

Sublime

Excting wonder,reverence, or the like; impressive

illustrious

Outstanding because of goodness or achievements; well-know; highly thought of; famous

Encore

Something added to a performance after the audience asks for more

Entomologist

A zoologist who studies insects

Ambling

Walking slowly;to go at a sluggish, easy pace; stroll

Ambling

Walking slowly;to go at a sluggish, easy pace; stroll

Summit

The highest part; peak

Smidgin

A small amount; a very small quantity or portion; a little bit

Analogy

A similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based