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founder(v) If something founders, it failes
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tap(n) A tap is a device that you turn in order to control the flow of liquid or gass from a pipe or container.
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recall(v) When you recall something, you remember it
soapsuds(n) are the same as suds(are the bubbles that are produced when soap is mixed with water)
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valise(n) A valise ia a small suitcase; an old-fashioned word.
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port(n) A town by the sea or on a river, which has a harbour
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busies(busy) If you busy yourself with something, you occupy yourself by dealing with it
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dissect(v) If someone dissectes the body of a dead person or animal, they cut it up carefully in order to examine it
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incense(n) Incense is a substance that is burned fo its sweet smell, oftne during a religious ceremony
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hue(n) A hue is a color; a literay word
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dagger(n) A dagger is a weapon like a knife with two sharp edges
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adorn(v) To adorn something means to add things to itin order to make it more beautiful
y1zc‚ð(‘•ü•i‚È‚Ç‚Å)ü‚é,‘•ü‚·‚é(with)
rap(n) A rap is a quick hit or knock against something
y2z(c‚ð)(‘f‘‚­,’Z‚­)‚½‚½‚­[‘Å‚Â]‰¹(on, at)
feeble(adj) Someone or something that is feeble has very little power, strength, or energy
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intone(v) If you intone something , you say it in a slow and serious way, not allowing your voice to rise and fall very much ; a literary word
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go into 1 If you go into something, you describe it in detail, you examine or investigate it thoroughlyc.
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summon up If you summon up your strength, energy, or courage, you make a great effort to be strong, energic or brave
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