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trick
an action that is meant to deceive someone
wise
having or showing wisdom or knowledge usually from learning or experiencing many things
motivation
enthusiasm for doing something; the need or reason for doing something
attachment
a feeling strong connection to someone or something; a computer file which is sent together with an email message
pray
to hope or wish very much for something to happen
strict
used to describe a command, rule, etc., that must be obeyed
silly
stupid, small and not important
catalog
a book with a list of all the goods that you can buy from a shop, or of all the books, paintings, etc. that you can find in a place
organic
not using artificial chemicals when keeping animals or growing plants for food
reckon
to think that something is probably true
uncle
the brother of your father or mother or the husband of your aunt
surprisingly
in an unexpected way that makes someone feel surprised
regardless
without thinking about problems or difficulties
coin
a small, flat, and usually round piece of metal issued by a government as money
attraction
something interesting or enjoyable that people want to visit, see, or do
athlete
someone who is very good at a sport and who competes with others in organized events
harbor
a part of the ocean, a lake, etc., that is next to land and that is protected and deep enough to provide safety for ships
darkness
when there is little or no light
stir
to mix (something) by making circular movements in it with a spoon or similar object
filter
to pass a liquid or gas through a piece of equipment in order to remove solid pieces or other substances
romantic
relating to feelings or stories of love
determination
when someone continues trying to do something, although it is very difficult
shelf
a flat board which is attached to a wall, frame, etc., and on which objects can be placed
tongue
the soft, movable part in the mouth that is used for tasting and eating food and in human beings for speaking
reasonably
in a fair way, showing good judgment
transportation
a vehicle or system of vehicles, such as buses, trains, etc. for getting from one place to another
tender
very loving and gentle : showing affection and love for someone or something
vessel
a ship or large boat
piano
a large wooden musical instrument with strings inside and black and white bars that produce sounds when you press them
envelope
an enclosing cover for a letter, card, etc.
slope
ground that slants downward or upward : ground that slopes
golden
made of gold
belt
a band of material (such as leather) that is worn around a person's waist
attendance
the number of people who go to an event, meeting, etc.
storage
when you put things in a safe place until they are needed
pregnancy
when a woman is pregnant
invent
to create or produce (something useful) for the first time
controversial
causing a lot of disagreement or argument
horrible
very unpleasant or bad
ocean
the salt water that covers much of the Earth's surface
uncertainty
not known, or not completely certain
fiction
literature and stories about imaginary people or events; not real
lover
If two people are lovers, they have a sexual relationship but they are not married
hint
when you say something that suggests what you think or want, but not in a direct way; a clue
liquid
a substance that is able to flow freely
nowhere
not in or at any place
anxious
afraid or nervous especially about what may happen :feeling anxiety
stranger
someone you have never met before
leap
to jump from one place to another
fool
a person who lacks good sense or judgment : a stupid or silly person
adventure
an exciting or dangerous experience
carpet
thick material for covering floors, often made of wool
shade
an area of slight darkness that is produced when something blocks the light of the sun
portrait
a painting, drawing, or photograph of someone
hook
a curved or bent tool for catching, holding, or pulling something
potato
a round vegetable with a brown, yellow, or red skin that grows in the ground
reflection
an image that is seen in a mirror or on a shiny surface
nerve
one of the threads in your body which carry messages between your brain and other parts of the body
leather
animal skin that is chemically treated to preserve it and that is used in making clothes, shoes, furniture, etc.
qualification
a special skill or type of experience or knowledge that makes someone suitable to do a particular job or activity
exhaust
to finish all of the supply of something; to make someone very tired
fragment
a small piece of something
wander
to move around or go to different places usually without having a particular purpose or direction
distant
existing or happening far away in space
unite
to join together, to come together for the same goal
bell
a hollow usually cup-shaped metal object that makes a ringing sound when it is hit
grain
the seeds of plants (such as wheat, corn, and rice) that are used for food
monthly
happening or produced once a month
altogether
completely and fully : totally, entirely
differently
not in the same way as someone or something else
universe
all of space and everything in it including stars, planets, galaxies, etc.
weekly
happening once a week or every week
empire
a group of countries or regions that are controlled by one ruler or one government
royal
of or relating to a king or queen
fence
a structure like a wall built outdoors usually of wood or metal that separates two areas or prevents people or animals from entering or leaving
luxury
something expensive that you enjoy but do not need
bite
to press down on or cut into (someone or something) with the teeth
comedy
entertainment such as a film, play, etc. which is funny
confusion
a situation in which people are uncertain about what to do or are unable to understand something clearly
curtain
a piece of cloth that hangs down from above a window and can be used to cover the window
consume
to eat, drink, buy or use up something
flexible
capable of being easily bent changed without breaking
innocent
not guilty of committing a crime
tent
a portable shelter that is used outdoors, is made of cloth (such as canvas or nylon), and is held up with poles and ropes
stamp
a small piece of paper that you buy and then stick to an envelope or package to pay the cost of mailing it
shore
the land along the edge of an area of water (such as an ocean, lake, etc.)
voluntary
done or given by their own will and not forced to do
genuine
If a person or their feelings are genuine, they are sincere and honest; real
swear
to state (something) very strongly and sincerely
panic
a sudden, strong feeling of worry or fear that makes you unable to think or behave calmly
sheep
an animal with a thick woolly coat that is often raised for meat or for its wool and skin
mayor
the person who is elected to be the leader of the group that governs a town or city
gentle
having or showing a kind and quiet nature : not harsh or violent
precise
very accurate and exact expression or detail
raw
not cooked, or in a natural state; not treated or prepared
wherever
in what place; where - used in questions that express surprise or confusion
refugee
someone who has been forced to leave their country, especially because of a war
listener
someone who listens
weird
very strange
substitute
a person or thing that makes the place instead of something
rice
small white or brown grains that come from a southeast Asian plant and that are used for food
aunt
the sister of your father or mother or the wife of your uncle
excitement
a happy and enthusiastic feeling
fade
to lose strength or freshness
wipe
to clean or dry (something) by using a towel, your hand, etc.
chase
to run after someone or something in order to catch them
slice
a flat piece of something that has been cut from a larger piece
alongside
next to someone or something
suspend
to stop something for a usually short period of time
autumn
the season between summer and winter
ugly
unpleasant to look at : not pretty or attractive
hello
used as a greeting
fortunate
having good luck : enjoying good fortune : lucky
insure
to buy insurance for (something, such as property or health)
lazy
not liking to work hard or to be active
ashamed
feeling shame, guilt or embarrassment
hunger
a very great need for food : a severe lack of food
thirst
an uncomfortable feeling that is caused by the need for something to drink