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Find the definition and use the word in a sentence Knit: to make a fabric or garment by intertwining yarn or thread

in a series of connected loops either by hand, with knitting needles or on a machine Nit: the egg of a parasitic insect, especially of a louse (louse: any of a number of flat-bodied, wingless biting or sucking insects); a minor shortcoming Lays: to cause to lie down; to place in or bring to a particular position; to put or set down Laze: (intransitive verb {a verb that has no object} usually followed by the word around) to be lazy (laze around the house); inactive Lessen: (intransitive verb) to make less; reduce; to make little of; belittle; decrease; shrink in size; depreciate Lesson: (noun) something to be learned; a period of instruction Made: Maid: (verb) produced or manufactured by constructing, shaping or forming; invent an unmarried girl or woman; a woman or girl employed to do domestic work

Manner: (noun) a way of doing something or the way in which something is done; a way of acting; bearing or behavior Manor: (noun) a land estate; the main house of an estate; a mansion Mind: (noun) the human consciousness that originates in the brain and is manifested especially in thought, perception, emotion, will, memory and imagination Mined: (noun) an excavation made in the earth for the purpose of extracting ores, coal, precious stones Moose:(noun) a hoofed mammal found in forests of North America and in Eurasia and having a broad pendulous {hanging loosely} muzzle and large palmate {having a shape similar to that of a hand} antlers in the male Mousse: any of various chilled desserts made with flavored whipped cream, gelatin, and eggs No: (adverb) negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal Know: (transitive verb) to perceive directly; grasp in the mind with clarity or certainty; to regard as true beyond doubt Ode: Owed: or offer a lyric poem of some length, usually of a serious or meditative nature (transitive verb) to be indebted to the amount of; have a moral obligation to render

Paced: (noun) a step made in walking; a stride; a unit of length equal to 30 inches; a rate of movement; rate of progress (adjective) having a specified or indicated pacefast-paced Paste: (noun) a soft, smooth, thick mixture or material Passed:(intransitive verb) (past tense of pass) move, proceed, go; to go away

Past: Peak: Peek:

(adjective) no longer current; gone by; over (noun) a tapering, projecting point (intransitive verb) to glance quickly; to peer through a crack or hole

Pleas: (noun) an earnest request; an appeal; a legal suit or action Please: (intransitive verb) to afford or give pleasure or satisfaction; make glad or contented (adverb) used as a polite addition to requests or commands Pray: (transitive verb) entreat; implore; to utter or address a prayer to God Prey: (noun) an animal hunted or caught for food; quarry; one that is defenseless, especially in the face of attack; a victim Rain: (noun) water condensed from atmospheric vapor and falling in drops Reign: (noun) exercise of sovereign power as by a monarch; the period during which a monarch rules; dominance or widespread influence Red: (noun) any of various colors resembling the color of blood; the primary color at one extreme end of the visible spectrum Read: (transitive verb) to examine and grasp the meaning of written or printed characters, words or sentences Role: (noun) a character or part played by a performer; the characteristic and expected social behavior of an individual or people; a function or position Roll: to move forward along a surface by revolving on an axis or by repeatedly turning over; to travel or be moved on wheels or rollers Scene: occurs Seen: something seen by a viewer; a view or prospect; the place where an action or event (verb) past participle of see

Shoe: durable covering for the human foot, made of leather or similar material, with a rigid sole and heel Shoo: (interjection {a sudden, short utterance that usually expresses emotion}) used to frighten away animals or birds; to drive or frighten away by or as if by crying shoo Slay: (transitive verb) to kill violently; to overwhelm, as with laughter or love (ex: those old jokes still slay me); to delight or amuse immensely Sleigh: (noun) a light vehicle mounted on runners and having one or more seats, usually drawn by a horse over snow or ice Some: (adjective) being an unspecified number or quantity; being an unknown, undetermined or unspecified unit or thing Sum: (noun) the whole amount, quantity or number; an aggregate

Steal: (verb) to take without right or permission; to get or effect surreptitiously {done, made or acquired by stealth} or artfully (ex: steal a kiss; steal a base) Steel: (noun) a generally hard, strong, durable, malleable {capable of being shaped or formed} alloy of iron and carbon Swayed: Suede: (verb) to swing back and forth or to and fro; to incline or bend to one side (noun) leather with a soft napped surface

Taught:(verb) past tense and past participle of teach Taut: (adjective) pulled or drawn tight; not slack; strained; tense (ex: nerves taut with anxiety); kept in proper order or condition; tidy Tern: Turn: Throne: Thrown: any of various sea birds to cause to move around an axis or center; cause to rotate or revolve (noun) a chair occupied by an exalted personage (verb) past participle of throw

Toed: (adjective) having a toe, especially of a specified number or kind Toad: (noun) any of numerous tailless amphibians; related to and resembling frogs Towed:(transitive verb) to draw or pull behind by a chain or line; to pull or haul Vane: (noun) Any of several usually relatively thin, rigid, flat, or sometimes curved surfaces radially mounted along an axis, as a blade in Vain: (adjective) excessively proud of or concerned about one's own appearance, qualities, achievements, etc.; conceited Vein: (noun) Any of the membranous tubes that form a branching system and carry blood to the heart Waste: (verb) to use, consume, spend or expend thoughtlessly or carelessly; to cause to lose energy, strength or vigor; a sparsely settled or barren region Waist: (noun) the part of the human trunk between the bottom of the rib cage and the pelvis; the narrow part of the abdomen of an insect Way: (noun) a road, path or highway affording passage from one place to another; space to proceed; manner, mode or fashion (ex: a new way of looking at a matter; to reply in a polite way) Whey: (noun) The watery part of milk that separates from the curds, as in the process of making cheese Weigh: (transitive verb) to determine the weight of something by using a scale of balance; to measure or apportion by or as if by weight; to determine or ascertain the force of gravitation exerted upon a person or thing Which: (pronoun) what particular one(s) Witch: (noun) a woman claiming or popularly believed to possess magical powers and practice sorcery

Warn: (transitive verb) to make aware in advance of actual or potential harm, danger or evil; to admonish as to action or manners Worn: (verb) past participle of wear (adjective) diminished in value or usefulness through wear, use or handling; wearied; exhausted