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Holes Ms Stevenson

Holes

TermDefinition
burlap a woven fabric used to make rope, nets, and similar products.
energy the strength required for physical or mental activity
wasteland an unused area of land that has become barren or overgrown.
vacancies an available room in a hotel or other establishment providing accommodation.
spigot a device for controlling the flow of liquid in a tap.
vast a large space.
eternity never ending time.
temperature the degree or intensity of heat.
forbidden not allowed; banned.
discouraged having lost confidence or enthusiasm; disheartened.
rattlesnake a heavy-bodied reptile with a series of rings on the tail that produce a rattling sound when vibrated as a warning
exhausted very tired.
parched dried out with heat or very thirsty.
revolting causing intense disgust; disgusting.
saliva watery liquid in the mouth making it easier for chewing and swallowing, and helping digestion.
intimidating frighten or overawe (someone), especially in order to make them do what one wants.
anxious feeling or showing worry, nervousness, or unease about something
shovel a tool used for digging.
scooped pick up (someone or something) in a swift, fluid movement.
unearthed find something in the ground by digging.