Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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afford to have enough money for; be able to pay for.
blush to become red in the face because of shame or embarrassment.
bury to cover in the ground with dirt.
drive to make something move by using force.
freeze to make into ice or become solid from cold temperatures.
laugh to smile and make sounds with your mouth. People usually laugh when something is funny to them, but laughing can express other feelings also.
mostly almost completely; mainly.
principal greatest or first in importance.
promise to state, in a way that makes someone feel sure, that something will happen or will be done.
quite completely.
reply to give an answer.
shortcut a quicker or more direct way to go somewhere.
stun to shock or amaze.
temper a usual state of mind of manner of feeling.
throne the seat used by a ruler or other important person for ceremonies or other special events.