Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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bar a long piece of solid material used to support something, hold something together, or keep something outside or inside.
butter a solid yellow fat made from milk.
chew to break apart and make soft with the teeth.
junk things that have little worth.
nearly almost; just about but not quite.
neighborhood an area in a city, town, or other place that is different from other areas in some way.
overnight lasting or staying one night.
score the total points earned in a game or test.
silk a fine, soft, shiny fiber produced by certain insects.
ski to glide over snow wearing a pair of long, narrow, smooth runners attached to boots.
smoke the black, white, or gray gases that you see in the air when something burns.
sorrow the feeling of being sad.
suppose to assume to be true in order to make clear or to explain.
thump a heavy, dull sound of one thing hitting another.
trail a path or course through a forest or other rural place.