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Vocabulary for Littles to the Rescue

accidentally happening by chance
ashamed embarrassed
aspirin a tablet used to treat headaches and fevers
burrow a hole dug in the ground by an animal
captured control by force
dare to have enough courage to do something
drifts heaps of snow
expert very skillful
glider an aircraft like a plane without an engine that is carried by air currents
glittered shine with a bright reflected light
handkerchiefs a square of cotton
harness straps by which a person could be attached to something
hibernation the act of spending the winter in a dormant state
invaded enter by force
ordinary regular
parachute a large cloth used to slow the falling speed of a person or object dropped from an airplane
shivered shook from the cold
slope slant
steady constant
timid easily frightened
Created by: stillman