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to a preposition used in front of a noun or pronoun. exampils;to shool or presint tense; to go
two the nomber 2
too as another word for also;
their belonging to them
there a location not here; that place
theyre a contraction of they are or they were
gondola long narrow flat-bottomed boat propelled by sculling; traditionally used on canals of venice
ware artices of the same kind of material; usually used in combination: silverware; software
hoodlum an aggressive and violent young criminal
where used to tell the position of somebody or something
wear means to have or put on clothes
mukluk a sealskin boot worn by an eskimo
preposterous ajective; ridiculous,senseless
triumph to gain victory or success, especilly
tyrant a person in power who bosses everyone else around
ogle to stare at, often in a flirtatius and bold manner
infatuation temporary love of an adolescent
Created by: darinhoule