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GSL 1611-1620

lung (n) either of the two organs in the chest used for breathing
scratch (v) to scrape with the fingernails to relieve itching
rub (v) to move your hand over a surface while pressing firmly
admission (n) the act of accepting somebody into an institution, organization, etc.
medicine (n) a substance that you take to cure illness
bite (v) to use your teeth to cut into or through something
stroke (n) a condition in which a blood vessel in the brain bursts or is blocked, often causing death or impairment
leaf (n) a part of a plant growing from a branch
stupid (adj) showing a lack of thought or good judgement
lonely (adj) unhappy because you have no friends or people to talk to
Created by: drieb