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My favorite animal at the zoo is the seal.
The part of a top or lid on a container that shows it has not been opened.
To close something very tightly.
A sea mammal with large flippers that lives in a cold region.
We went to the park to watch my favorite baseball team play.
To leave a motor vehicle someplace for a time.
An area of land with grass and trees.
A field or stadium, especially for sports events.
I connected the book I was reading to a different book that I read last week.
To join one thing to another; fasten together.
To think of something in relation to something else.
To plug into an electrical or telephone circuit.
The cat arched its back and hissed because it was mad.
A curved structure that bears the weight of the material above it.
The lower part of the foot which makes a curve between the heel and toes.
To bend into an arch or curve.
Movies about ghosts give me the creeps.
To move slowly with the body close to the ground or floor.
To grow along the ground or wall, such as an ivy.
A feeling of fear or horror.
I always hope to be in the cream of the class.
The best part of anything.
The thick, yellowish part of milk.
Any type of lotion-like substance that is put on the skin.
We read the notes so that we could sing the song.
A short sentence, phrase or single word written down to remind you of something.
A piece of information added to a word or a passage in a book.
A written sign that shows what sound to make.
We tried to mine diamonds on our vacation, but we couldn't find any.
A large hole or space dug in the earth to get out precious stones or ores (noun).
To get something from a mine (verb).
Something that belongs to me.
The tall oak will dwarf the other trees near it.
A person, animal or plant that is much smaller than the usual size for its kind.
In fairy tales, an ugly little man who often has magic powers.
To cause something to seem smaller; tower over.
My chest hurts when I run for a long distance.
The front part of the body between the neck and stomach.
A large box with a lid, used for holding things.
A piece of furniture with drawers.
We decided to pitch our tent near the river.
To throw or toss something.
The highness or lowness of a sound.
To set firmly in the ground.
We could see the ocean through the clear window.
Bright; not cloudy, misty or hazy.
Easy to see through.
Open; not blocked.
We fed all of the perch that we caught to the cats that live in the barn.
A bar, branch or rod that a bird can land on (noun).
To sit up rather high on something (verb).
A small freshwater or saltwater fish.
Tim presented his report on Native Americans in front of our class.
Words that are said or written to tell about something (noun).
To make a report of something; tell (verb).
To present yourself somewhere at a certain time.
It is a bore to have to wash the dishes every night after dinner.
To make a hole with a revolving tool.
To make someone tired by being dull and uninteresting (verb).
A tiresome, dull person or thing (noun).