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Language Arts 1

A Day No Pigs Would Die

goiter an enlargement of the thyroid gland on the front and sides of the neck, usually symptomatic of abnormal thyroid secretion; noun
tackroom a place where you hold saddles, or gear for animals; noun
gilt a young pig;noun
gilded covered with gold;adjective
pomade a scented ointment, especially one used for the scalp or for dressing the hair;noun
gullet the esophagus;noun
mirthful joyous; adjective
farrowed a litter of pigs;noun
boric of or containing boron;adjective
kine a plural of cow;noun
muslin a cotton fabric made in various degrees of fineness and often printed, woven, or embroidered in patterns;noun a cotton fabric made in various degrees of fineness and often printed, woven, or embroidered in patterns;noun
sump a pit, well, or the like in which water or other liquid is collected;noun
husbandry the cultivation and production of edible crops or of animals for food; agriculture; farming; noun
scythe an agricultural implement consisting of a long, curving blade fastened at an angle to a handle;noun
cipher to calculate numerically; verb
succotash a cooked dish of kernels of corn mixed with shell beans, especially lima beans , and, often, with green and sweet red peppers; noun
backhouse a building behind the main building, often serving a subsidiary purpose;noun
scurf any scaly matter or incrustation on a surface;noun
vespers religious service in the late afternoon or evening;noun
corn cratch stores the corn;noun
estrus the period of heat or rut;noun
camphor aromatic scent used to repell insects;noun
goad anything that pricks or wounds such as a stick;noun
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