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  1. senses: noun.any of the faculties, as sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch, by which humans and animals perceive stimuli originating from outside or inside the body.Syn:sensation

    sprightly: adjective.full of vitality. Syn:animated

    twined: twist together. Syn: tangle

  2. Pensive: dreamily or wistfully thoughtful
    Part of speech: Adj
    sentence: a pensive mood
    Syn: dreamily

    Senses: any of the faculties, as sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch, by which humans and animals perceive stimuli originating from outside or inside the body
    Part of sepeech: Naun
    Sentence: the tigers use their senses to cach the prey.
    Syn: any of the faculties (smell,see,taste etc…)

  3. -Discovery: The action or process of discovering or being discovered.
    POS: Noun.
    MS: The Discovery of the Americas.
    Syn: Finding.

    -Luscious: Having a pleasingly rich, sweet taste.
    POS: Adjective.
    MS: “That was a luscious lemon pie”.
    Syn: Delicious.

    -Profound: Very great or intense.
    POS: Adjective.
    MS: He had very profound feeling about her.
    Syn: Heartfelt.

  4. Snaphot:(noun)
    •A photograph taken with a small hand-held camera.
    MS:Just take a quick SNAPSHOT from the mopst famous

    Tending to suggest
    MS:SUGGESTIVE remarks or discriminatory comments to a child.

    Not misterious
    MS:The forces conspiring to impose the global health threat of obesity upon us will be difficult to change but they are UNMISTERYOUS

  5. senses:(noun).any of the faculties, as sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch, by which humans and animals perceive stimuli originating from outside or inside the body.Syn: sensations

    sprightly: (adjective). animated, vivacious.
    (adverb)in a sprightly manner.

    twined: (verb)to form by or as by twisting together. Syn:tangle

  6. Smell:the ability of humans and other animals to perceive odors.

    Subtle:Something that is not immediately obvious or noticeable.

    Unaccountable:allowing of no explanation

  7. Reveal
    part of speech: verb
    definition:disclose,previously unknown or
    secrete information.
    c.c: “try to find images that REVEAL the way”
    m.s: She reveals who was the responsable of the death of sandra.

    part of speech:noun
    definition: an inphormal photograph, taken quikly.
    c.c:”…precision of a snapshot.”
    m.s: that snapshot is very improvised.

  8. twined:(v)an act of twining, twisting, or interweaving.
    cc: a morning glory twined round the bucket
    sentence:i twined the clothe

  9. sprightly:(adj)animated, vivacious, or gay; lively.
    cc:ten thousand saw i at a glance, tossing their heads in springhtly dance.
    sentence: she is a very springhtly friend

  10. -Subtle: So slight as to be difficult to detect or describe.
    POS: adjective
    MS: She makes me a subtle smile.
    Syn: elusive.
    -Unaccountable: Impossible to account for.
    POS: adjective
    MS: I the bank I have unaccountable absences.
    Syn: inexplicable.

  11. Capture: (verb) to catch; to take prisoner or to gain control of someone or something.
    Sentence: He captured a big old duck.
    Syn: catch

    Host: (noun) someone who entertains guests or strangers in his or her own home someone that is the venue for an event or organization,
    Sentence: Justin Bieber is the host for the kids choice awards.

  12. Profound: (adj)
    Definiton: originating in or penetrating to the depths of one’s being
    Sentence: Her uncle was feeling profound pain after his wife died.
    Syn: heartrending

    Smell: (v)
    Definition: to perceive the odor or scent of something through the nose by means of the olfactory nerves.
    Sentence: I love to smell cinnamon; it makes me feel at home.
    Syn: sniff

  13. 1.
    Like a rose is red
    And the ocean very blue
    My heart pumps for you.

    Dandelion small seeds
    Float and dance in the meadow
    There goes someone’s wish.

    Haiku Poems

  14. illiterate: adjective
    definition: unable to read or write.
    sentence: his parents were illiterate.
    synonym: ignorant.

    misery: noun
    definition: a state or feeling of great distress or discomfort of mind or body.
    sentence: she went upstairs and cried in misery.
    synonym: desolation, discomfort, agony.

  15. haiku poems:
    sound of the soft wind
    pasing through the small window
    in the cold free night

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