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TermDefinition
quiver so shake with a slight
ferocity a ferious quality or state
linger to remain or stay in one place more than usally
portly rather heavy or fat
unision coincidence in pitch of two or more musical tones, voices, etc.
sheepishly embarrassed or bashful, as by having done something wrong or foolish.
agile quick and well-coordinated in movement; lithe: an agile leap.
eavesdrop to listen secretly to a private conversation.
vile wretchedly bad: a vile humor.
falsify to make false or incorrect, especially so as to deceive:
despair loss of hope; hopelessness
dismay to break down the courage of completely, as by sudden danger or trouble; dishearten thoroughly; daunt:
simile he is as tall as a lampost
metaphor he swims so fast he is a dolphine
onomatopoeia that guy is WOW
alliteration sally sells seashells on the seashore
imagery the color of winter is white because all the snow
symbol orange
Created by: 089045