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The story of Skill

TermDefinition
Apparel n. The things that are worn by a person; clothing.
Appreciate v. To see the worth or quality of. To increase in value.
Continuous adj. Going on without stopping.
Dissolve v. To make or become liquid. To bring or to come to an end.
Domesiccate v. To tame; to bring plants or animals under human control. adj. Brought under human control; tamed or cultivated.
Emerge v. To come into view; to appear. To become known.
Fiber n. A thin, threadlike part of animal hair or plant tissue; also, an artifa
Function v. To serve a purpose. n. The special purpose something is used for. An important ceremony or gatering.
Hatch v. To come or to bring forth from an egg. To think of. n. A small opening with a door or cover.
Inhibit v. To prevent from doing something or to prevent from happening. Held back because of shyness.
Minute adj. Very small;tiny.
Motion n. Movement. A suggestion on which members at a meeting must vote. v. A signal. adj.Not moving; stationary.
Sheathe v. To cover with something to protects.
Shed v. To lose; to give up. To cause to flow. To throw off water without letting it soak through. To send out or give off.
Transfer v. To move, carry, send, or change from one person or place to another. n. The act of transferring. A ticket used for transferring from one bus or train to another.
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